6 Steps To A Newer You

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Wondering how to reinvent yourself?

Weary souls dream of all the beauty and freshness that comes with new growth, fresh starts and new chances. Nature is in a state of constant regeneration…and this can also include you. Here’s how to get started today and present a fresh, new version of “you” in no time at all!

Be Healthier

What could be a fresher start than a clean bill of health?

What to do: Arrange that medical checkup you’ve been putting off. Schedule that dental appointment you’ve been dragging your feet on. Whether it’s a mammogram or a colonoscopy you’ve been procrastinating about getting, start taking your health more seriously.

Get More Organized

It takes effort to learn new organizational techniques that not only clear the spaces in our closets, but clear our heads as well.

What to do: Empty that junk drawer and find a method to insure you don’t let it get that way again. You can be a newer, less cluttered person if you start today.

Stop Smoking

You already know the many reasons you should rid yourself of your nicotine addiction. Now all you’ve got to do is set it in your mind that you want a fresh new lease on life as a non-smoker.

What to do: Talk to your healthcare professional about steps you can take.

Build Some Confidence in a New Area

Practice some new skills, or brush off old talents.

What to do: Sign up for that ballroom dancing class you’ve been dying to try. Give Bikrim yoga a shot. Find a painting class in the neighborhood. Adding some new experiences by spring.

Do Something You’ve Never Done Before

Maybe it’s finally getting your driver’s license or learning to swim. Perhaps it’s singing in the church choir or attempting to run a marathon.

What to do: It doesn’t matter. Just challenge your fears!

Lose That Weight

Imagine being excited about shedding that winter coat for a change.  According to some studies it takes about sixty days to turn an activity into a habit.

What to do: Whether it’s working with your Wii, taking daily walks on a treadmill or swimming laps 3 to 4 times a week, if you start today, not only will you be in the process of losing weight, you’ll be entering a new season of you with a great new habit that’s going to help you keep losing weight and looking and feeling better.

New attitude, new you .

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