"I'm happy to be presenting my new program for getting you ready for this Saturday's Ironman Texas. In just 1 day, you will be prepared to take on the 2.4 mile swim, 112 (or 94ish) mile bike ride, and full 26.2 mile marathon. This program is valued at over $1,500, but today I'm excited to offer it for...FREE! And it doesn't matter if the closest you've been to a 5K was a 4K television at Costco. You've got this!"
This sounds a bit ridiculous, right? All the positive thinking and inspirational memes in the world couldn't get you ready for an Ironman by tomorrow. Even elite athletes can struggle through a race such as Ironman triathlon, let alone an un-trained couch potato. AND YET many are conditioned to believe that years and decades of poor lifestyle choices can be reversed in days. It is simply not true. Change requires time, effective strategy, and motivation.
If you feel like you are ready to make a commitment to better health, improved relationships, a better job, or tackling a huge athletic endeavor like a triathlon, it is best to PREPARE.
Here are 5 strategies to making a Life Turnaround:
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Dr. Evan Pulver
By Dr. Evan Pulver-
What happens at your house when mom gets sick? If you're like many families, life may be put on hold when mom is sidelined with illness, migraine/headaches, or fatigue. And many mothers do not like to take the time off to recover and rest because they may have several obligations- careers, families, and church/civic groups- to tend to. Time off is simply not an option! But it's important.
The natural tendency for some parents is to put the needs of others ahead of their own. This thinking is toxic. Just as the flight attendant reminds passengers to put on their own air mask first, parents- especially moms- need to take time for their own health NOW before caring for others. Waiting until secondary conditions or symptoms are present is not the smartest decision. If you're a mom, give yourself permission to take care of yourself. Having more energy and vitality will make the other tasks of your day more manageable. If you're a spouse, create the TIME for Mom to practice self care.
Strategies for Mom
Here are a few simple strategies that mom can do today to boost her vitality, energy, and overall health. Some are free, some require some planning and resources.
Moms make the world go round. They deserve to be pampered, and at the very least cared for and kept healthy. And I would like to give a special thanks to my mom, Wendy, who I know is reading this article to the very end, liking the post on Facebook, and printing a copy to show my grandma. I love you, Mom!
And if you're a mom of kids with special needs, we've got a great event coming up on February 25th! Event information here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/girls-night-calling-all-moms-of-kids-with-special-needs-tickets-21456764761?aff=eac2
Dr. Evan Pulver