Detoxify your mind and body with these health tips to ensure a better tomorrow
So you are making a lot of money and spending even more. You are piling those junk food calories and debt, and accustomed to imbalanced schedules. Yes, you have finally hit your 30s. This is when biologically your physical performance reaches its peak. It is also when you can still tear up the life structure you have put together to sustain old dreams and start all over.
Here is a list of 10 lifestyle changes to implement when you hit your 30s to ensure health and longevity:
1. Introduce healthy eating habits
Your body does not break down suddenly one day, it's breaking down all along as you live. This is the age when you start working towards slowing the breakage. Introduce healthy eating habits. Choose unprocessed whole products and avoid junk food with huge amounts of sugar, salt and fat. In addition, get yourself checked regularly.
2. Exercise. Start now.
3. Cement those relationships
Start taking care of your body by indulging regularly in some sort of physical activity, after all it's the only one you have. The more you put off exercising, the more likely you'll never get started.
4. Face your fears
Trade your party nights and trips to the bar for time with people that truly care about you. Build and invest in meaningful relationships.
5. Boost your financial stability
Knowing what to do with our careers, relationships and finances by the time we hit our 30s is not true. Don't be afraid of tearing it all down and starting from the scratch. Fear is such a detrimental force to be driving our lives at 30.Knowing what to do with our careers, relationships and finances by the time we hit our 30s is not true. Don't be afraid of tearing it all down and starting from the scratch. Fear is such a detrimental force to be driving our lives at 30.
6. Accidents do happen
Lack of money causes stress. Devote time to learning about increasing your finances. Hire an advisor, pay off all your debts, create an emergency fund and start saving for your retirement.
7. Educate yourself, do new things
While you are busy making your dreams come true and doing mindless things, be aware that accidents do happen. Insure yourself and your family by investing in health and personal accident insurance policies. You should also insure your house, car and other precious things.
8. Remove negative people from your life
Continue to develop by educating yourself. Go back to studying and get another degree. Try new things. It prevents you from staying in your shell and exploring new ideas and thoughts.
9. Get used to change
People can become formidable. Learn to say no to people. Don't spend time with people who don't treat you well. Cut out the negativity from your life.
10. Be kind to yourself
Things may not develop as expected. What may seem important now may not have importance 10 years down the line. Stop obsessing about what is happening right now since it will change anyways.
Stop comparing yourself to others. Forgive yourself for mistakes you may have done. Be a little selfish and do a little something for yourself every day. Since life is not a dress rehearsal after all, go ahead and make your 30s a positive experience to look forward to. Treat your anxiety as a catalyst for change, a change that will help build and cement your future. Stay happy, stay healthy!