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Wellness Wednesdays – The Beginning

Wellness Wednesdays

Wellness Wednesdays are here to help your wellbeing.

Would you agree that the health and wellbeing of you and your family begins with yourself?

Doctors are here to react to problems. Most practitioners are not particularly active in preventing disease in the first place.

That responsibility lies with you.

So it is important that we understand the basics of how to prevent disease and live a healthy lifestyle.

Why Wellness Wednesdays?

There is so much information out there to help us, yet so many people remain ignorant.

Our governments keep telling us we should live healthier lives. Yet most of us think we are immune to the dangers until it is too late.

Have you ever thought about your health and decided to do something about it?

Yes? But the new regime lasted only a few days.

Or have you thought you should become healthier, but decided you would put it off for a little while longer?

Look around you and you can see the outcome of this type of thinking.

The world is growing obese and lazy.

Wellness Wednesdays

Are You Unhealthy and Unfit?

It is not up to me to say whether you fit into this category, but you know yourself.

If you are not healthy, then what is this saying to your kids?

I am not saying you should shop only at the organic shop and go grab a lifetime gym membership.

All I am saying is that you can begin to change your ignorance.

You can stop deluding yourself when it comes to your personal health.

Did you read my previous post called ‘Tuesday Tweaks’?

If so, I am suggesting taking a similar approach to health for you and your family.

Wellness Wednesdays will be a weekly health tip you can introduce into your life. Advice, if followed, that will take you a step closer to good health.

What Do You Need To Do?

So what is my first tip?

In theory this one is easy to do, but much harder to follow through with.

I am challenging you to start taking responsibility for your health and wellbeing today.

Take a good look in the mirror and be honest with yourself and answer these questions:

  1. Do I take responsibility for my own health?
  2. Do I exercise on a regular basis?
  3. Do I set a good example for my family?
  4. Do I try to improve my knowledge about living a healthy lifestyle?
  5. Do I care enough about myself to do what is necessary to get healthy?

The bottom line is as follows:

At Proud To Be A Dad we want to help you become healthy, but you have to want to do it yourself.

Wellness Wednesdays are here to play some part in helping us achieve those goals.

Terry Jenkins
Proud To Be A Dad

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