Time is a concept of mankind for measuring
and recording change.
Yet time is one of the excuses I hear people use to
not make the change they need to own the
health they want.
Things like "I would change my eating habits if I had the time" or I don't have time for another job of fixing healthy meals" "and where do I find the time for exercise?"
One idea to manage time better might be by finding "lost time". Lost time is time you didn’t even realize you were wasting in the first place. It’s almost like keeping change in a piggy bank and one day you realize it’s totaled over $100.
Choose not to waste that "lost time".
There are ways to find time that’s often overlooked because people tend to think of time management as being large blocks of time.
But you can do a lot with just ten or fifteen minutes.
Realize that not everything that seems important is.
It only seems that way. Look at your life and stop doing the things that
aren’t important, things that drain your time. If something isn’t a matter of you being healthy, happy, succeeding personally or professionally, then it’s not important.
Run ahead, not behind.
When you get behind schedule, it can make you feel a lot of pressure and it adds
stress to your life. Try to get things done ahead of time because this gives you a
buffer in time management.
Delegating is a great way to help with time.
Most people like to do things themselves because they know then that the
job is done correctly or to their standards.
But if you do the things that others can do, it’s draining your time.
For example, some time drains are things like mowing the grass, cleaning the house,
or picking up after your kids or grand kids.
What are you willing to do to "create" time for health?
How will you find time for honoring more healthy choices?
Overcoming "not enough time" might just be revisiting your habits and prioritizing health.
Do you care enough about health to invest your time to support it?
When is the right time for health?
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