There’s been something on my mind lately that's really been bothering me… it seems like while there is indeed a shift towards being more “health conscious” these days, there are still so many millennials who brush off health like a bad Tinder profile. #swipeleft
Health is one of the (if not the) most prized possessions we can have during our lifetime. And I’m not just talking about one’s physical abilities, but rather the state of our physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual self, all co-existing in harmony.
The hard truth is that…
So banking on your “fast metabolism” while entering adulthood isn’t a hall pass to taking care of your body. After all, it’s the only place you have to live!
We should all give AF about our health. And it’s not about just portraying a healthy lifestyle, but actually living and breathing it - whatever that looks like for you.
So, we want to ask you, “What does "healthy" mean to YOU?”
For me, health means…
What are you those (intangible) things you give to yourself? Are you giving too much away to others? Being uncompromising about taking care of yourself could be a lifesaving practice that allows you to make the long-haul. So this National Women’s Health Week (May 14th - 20th), we want you to do something each day for YOU… something that betters your physical, mental, emotional, social, or spiritual self. Please share with us using #MealPlanningMethod!
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