Lifestyle Optimiser - Cecilie Rigneus

Cecilie is passionate about helping others optimise their life by managing their health and beauty through nutrition and fitness.

Is time an issue?

I think we all have been using the excuse, I don’t have time. Yes, am I right? There are so many things we HAVE to do first. Usually we choose not to make time for things that really makes us feel good and happy. Time is there for everybody and we all have 24 hours a day to use.

What do you as an individual find important to fill these hours with to maximize and to enjoy every day? First of all, to live a fulfilled life, you can’t ignore your health and what promotes good health! You need to find time to exercise and eat nutritious food. The other things that are important to you as a person you need to make a list starting with very important and less important. It can be your carrier, money, wellbeing, friends, family, hobbies, personal development… What do you choose? What is lifting you up and making you happy, what is pulling you down. You are the only one who can make a change and when you are making a priority list, you will find time to do things that are more important to you. If you are making a list, it’s easy to see what you should use less time on. It’s not that difficult. The most difficult part might be the people around you, how do they react to and questioning your changes. But if you want it hard enough, and don’t let their reaction influence you, your are living your life the way you want it.

Your time

Do you find it hard to get started after a break? First of all, you have to ignore the voices in your head that is trying to convince you not to do your exercise. We all have these discussions with ourselves. It’s so easy to find a 100 excuses why you shouldn’t do it. Then it’s important to find your motivation! Have a pep talk with yourself. Talk positive to yourself. Remind yourself how good you feel after sports and how fantastic it feels to have reached your goals.

What are the benefits of doing sports?
- you get more energy
- your daily life routines feel easier
- you can handle stress better
- you distress
- your reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases
- your immune system
- you control your weight
- you strengthen your bones and muscles
- improve self-confidence and happy chemicals as endorphins
- better skin health
- reduces cancer risk
- increases metabolism
- helps digestion
- improves sleep

And I can continue…. Seeing all these health benefits of doing sports hopefully makes the motivation a bit easier.

If there is still a lack of motivation:

  • what do you like to do
  • find out how much time you have, is it 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hours and adapt your type of exercise to that. Some sports are definitely more time consuming.
  • tell people around about your plans and goals, and you might get some support and understanding
  • don’t make goals that are impossible to reach, like I am going to lose 10 kg’s in 2 weeks or run 20 km’s next month….
  • team up with someone. You might have a colleague, friend, neighbor who is looking for a training partner

have fun and enjoy!

Rate this blog entry:
The Easy Detox
Get started tips

Related Posts

Comments

 
No comments yet
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Saturday, 22 February 2020

Captcha Image