A Word for the Interested

I love my job. I started there very recently and already feel at home in our office. My daily routine consists of some event planning, some public outreach, some charity work, and A LOT of helping people get healthy. Its awesome! Work doesn’t feel like work, just a mission to change the health of our community one family at a time.

It also has the added benefit of motivating me to get healthier and stay that way. I’ve been referring some of our patients to this blog for help with easy recipes, tips for keeping up with workouts, and some inspiration thrown in there.

Just a word for the interested though: I am on a journey to health just like every person reading this (hopefully). My diet and exercise regime is a work in progress. In fact, I don’t think my pursuit of a healthier lifestyle will ever end. I am so happy that I started my education on health and fitness at a young age (thanks Ma and Pop) and just continue to learn as much as possible and better my health every day.

This blog is not intended as an example of perfection, just a show of the baby steps it takes to achieve a healthier, sustainable lifestyle. SUSTAINABLE being the key word. It’s a struggle for all of us but the key is to take it one day, one step at a time so that backward steps rarely happen.

Every once in a while I will outline my goals for the upcoming months so you guys can know what I’m working at. But stick with me and hopefully it will help you to know that someone is struggling right along with you.

Have a happy day, and don’t forget to smile! They’re contagious.

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2 thoughts on “A Word for the Interested

  1. Ruth Rainwater

    Great post! You are so right in that it takes one step at a time. I think sometimes people get overwhelmed with all they know they should change. And it’s easier to sustain the changes if they are made one at a time instead of trying to tackle everything at once.

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