Set your priorities on a regular basis and make your decisions based on your set priorities.
For example: Your priority for the month is to pay off your credit card. You are hungry and can't decide whether to drive through Del Taco or swing by Whole Foods and get a vegan sushi. Del Taco is $3 for a meal, Whole Foods is $22 for a meal. Looking at your priorities, Del Taco wins. Easy!! Now, if your priority for the month is to eat healthy or lose weight, Whole Foods would be the clear winner. Simple as that! But, if you hadn't set your priorities up in advance, you may be going back and forth with pros and cons between which to choose for lunch and miss your entire lunch hour all together. Make sense?
This week's workout
Slow Mo Pushups. Why? Because I love 💙💜💚❤💛
you. How many can you do? I will be taking on the Challenge starting
this week. Each week I will feature a swim, bike, run, strength, core,
or flexibility. This one is SIMPLE yet effective!! (by Kirsten McCay-Smith) workout.