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How’s Your Juggling Act?

How’s Your Juggling Act?

I recently got a call from my son who started a new job as a rehabilitation therapist in conjunction with a chiropractor.

He is learning lots of information, including the in’s and out’s of being a small business owner.

His routine for cooking meals, working out, and other tasks, has become a bit challenging.

As he put it, “I’m drinking water from a fire hydrant.”     

In addition to all of this, he needs sleep.

He loves his new life, yet at the same time, his juggling act is not the best.

Can you relate?

I can. Life gets a bit hectic at times and we feel our routines slipping away. I too, have lost it on more than one occasion.

Sometimes it’s a short-term thing. Sometimes, it goes on for…years.

My son thought he’d have a handle on all of this within a couple months. Not quite.

I’ve met people who have been drinking from that fire hydrant much longer than they had ever intended.

The reasons vary—children’s activities, work schedules, aging parents, and the list goes on.

Our juggling act isn’t as polished as we’d like, and we start dropping those colorful juggling balls.

Planning, cooking, exercising, playing, sleeping…all get dropped.

Blood pressure, cholesterol, frustration level, and weight…all go up.

It doesn’t have to be this way. When the right habits FOR YOU are implemented, the juggling act gets much easier.

Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy an amazing life without dropping you?

Consider what it would be like to feel lighter, healthier, and happier. What if you were able to find space in your day to take a break from juggling and have some fun?

I’d love to help you figure out what steps you can take TODAY to create the health and life you truly desire.

If you could use some help with your juggling act, shoot me an email and we’ll find a time to chat.

Decide now to live your best life.

“The body needs its rest, and sleep is extremely important in any health regimen. There should be three main things: eating, exercise and sleep. All three together in the right balance make for a truly healthy lifestyle.”—Rohit Shetty

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