10 Steps to Better Health in 2022

January 3rd 2022

Health is a lifelong journey not just a resolution at the start of each new year. The small habits we practice daily are at the heart of how our health is molded. When people decide to make major health and wellness changes they usually rely on willpower to get them to their destination and time and time again the willpower and motivation aren’t enough.  Our modern lifestyles are busy and demanding, so in order to make behavior changes that are sustainable we need to start small.  When you decide to make a change, start small and do your best to stay consistent.  Always remember health and wellness is a marathon not a sprint. Don’t try to be perfect, just try to be better today than yesterday, and if you mess up, pick yourself back up, pat yourself on the back, and give yourself grace. Healthy habits are built one small step at a time. Get out of your comfort zone and take some healthy risks. Choose one of these healthy habits and go with it. Once you have mastered this area, move to the next.  Proper nutrition and wellness starts with small lifestyle changes that will have a lasting effect, and you will be so grateful you did it. 

  1. Drink more water
  2. Prioritize sleep
  3. Have fun and experiment with cooking
  4. Try some new vegetables
  5. Experiment with new protein sources
  6. Find joy in each day
  7. Cherish and make time to enjoy your relationships
  8. Enjoy regular physical activity
  9. Find work that you love and have fun with it
  10. Value and develop a spiritual outlet

Wishing you health and happiness this next year!

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Her holistic approach to nutrition will help you to find the nourishment that feeds your body and your soul to help you maximize each day. Her goal as a health coach is to mentor and empower you to take control of your health by implementing proper nutrition, behavior changes, and better lifestyle choices that will contribute to the achievements of your personal wellness goals. Shelly believes in a bio-individual perspective, there is no one size fits all approach to help people reach their goals. She also believes in finding the balance in our lifestyle choices that nourish our bodies off the plate (career, relationships, physical activity, spirituality, finances, etc) and what nourishes us on our plate through our diet. Her goal is to help you find the balance between these two areas. Shelly’s love and passion for people and wellness help her to continue growing her knowledge base to help bless the people around her with the tools to assist them in living their best life on and off the plate. Shelly has been in the health care arena for 13 years.