Tag Archives: healthy life

Focusing on Health

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Now is the time to Focus On Your Health!  It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here on my blog, but it’s not because I’d decided to abandon it, just the opposite. Sometimes we need to step away from something to really get a true understanding of it and that is what I needed to do with GoodFoodMama.

I wanted to make sure I was taking it in the direction it needed to go at this time in my life. I wanted to make sure it was serving a purpose to my clients, to you and to myself.

While the message stays the same, “Motivating and inspiring you to reach your best health potential!” my approach will be one that offers more interaction with you! There will be more tips, quotes and daily actions you can do, right now, to help you care for yourself and to reach your best health potential.

One way for you all to get more daily messages from me is to follow me on Twitter or Facebook

In addition, starting November 1st clients will be receiving “Good News + Good Vibes = Healthy Life!” a monthly newsletter packed with healthy, motivating and inspiring information to help you live a healthier life! If you have already signed up to get emails you will also be receiving the newsletter. If you have not signed up, do so now!

Be Healthy!

Donna

Balance – For the week, for the month, for Life!

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Hello Monday! My word to live by from this point on is “Balance.” But, first I must define what balance, better yet, what a balanced life means to me. I am using the Life Balance Wheel to help me identify the areas of my life that I would like to improve upon and you can too.

The life balance wheel is a tool composed of 8 different pieces (health, career, fun, spiritual, family, finances, environment and relationships), which represent areas of a person’s life. Think about each of these areas one at a time and consider how happy or satisfied you are with each area in your life.

Then, on a scale from 1-10 or 0% to 100%, indicate how happy or satisfied you are with that area today—right now—with 0% being completely dissatisfied and 100% being ideal or 1 being completely dissatisfied and 10 being ideal.

To help you do this answer the following questions:

  • How satisfied are you with each area of your life?
  • Which life area would you most like to improve?
  • Describe what that life area would look like if you were 100% satisfied?
  • What are all the possibilities for this area of your life?
  • If you were at your best, what would you do right now?
  • What is stopping you from moving forward?

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Next week let’s start working towards balance.

A healthy and fulfilling life is in our grasp!