How to Make “You” your Job: 3 Areas in your Life to Make your Job

What if your health was your actual real-life job? Would you take your fitness, nutrition, and health more seriously? Would you make better choices if it was your livelihood? What could you accomplish l if you put in the actual work, like at work? These are the three areas in your life to make your job.

Why you should make “You” your Job

Anyone who has tried to commit to a healthier lifestyle knows that the battle is often more mental than physical.  Busy schedules can make it a challenge to be consistent. This got me thinking; “What is the one thing in my life that is consistent no matter if I want to do it or not?”. The answer was my job. I get up to go to work, whether I am tired or don’t want to. I have to make money to support my life, but I have to take care of myself to have a life to support.

Areas in your Life to Make your Job

I have been transparent about my health journey and know the importance of prioritizing my health. As a result, I have identified three areas in life you must prioritize and treat like it’s your job.

Job 1 – Exercise
Job 1 – Exercise

Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. If you’re physically active, your heart gets trained to beat slower and stronger, so it needs less oxygen to function well; your arteries get stronger, so they push your blood along better and prevent high blood pressure.

Muscles that are used to being active stay more receptive to insulin, which means exercise helps prevent diabetes. Exercise changes the way the brain functions and can reduce the symptoms of depression. Exercise is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle, and it only takes an effort to make a real difference, even if it is pretty minimal.

How to make exercise your job – There’s nothing worse than doing an exercise or using a piece of exercise equipment you don’t enjoy. Over time you may lose interest in your training sessions. Find an activity you enjoy doing and just do it. Just like you make yourself go to work, you have to make yourself exercise.

Job 2 – Eat Balance Diet
Job 2 – Balance Diet

A balanced diet supplies the nutrients your body needs to work effectively. Without balanced nutrition, your body is more prone to disease, infection, and fatigue. A balanced diet means choosing various foods from different food groups.

Eating a full range of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients from various foods improves your immune system and may even help prevent diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. We must teach our kids the importance of a healthy lifestyle to break generational habits. A balanced diet is crucial for children and adolescents because as the body grows, it is essential to receive the proper nutrients, so the body grows at the right pace.

How to make having a balanced diet your job – Everyone has to eat to survive, making it even harder to eat the right foods all the time to sustain and maximize your survival. Try incorporating these tips to ensure a balanced diet:

  • Add a fruit or vegetable to every meal. Aim to eat 30 different plants every week because this will ensure a variety of nutrients in your gut.
  • Eat a variety of whole grains like whole-wheat bread and brown rice.
  • Eat quality protein consisting of fish, poultry, beans, and nuts. Limit red meat and cheese to once a week and avoid processed meats.
Job 3 – Get your Annual Physical
Job 3 – Annual Physical Exam

Annual physical exams are essential to your ongoing health regardless of age. Visiting your doctor for regular preventive care is one of the best ways to identify and treat health issues before they worsen. My life was saved due to an annual physical I finally decided to not skip one year. My blood work showed that my liver was shutting down due to all the weight I had gained. I had no idea that I was slowly killing myself.

Benefits of an Annual Checkup:
  • Assess risk for future health issues – When you get an annual exam, you can identify slight signs of any disease, which is likely to develop in the future or even get severe.
  • Treat early stages of health conditions – Having a blood test can detect early stages of some diseases including diabetes, heart disease and some cancers.
  • Help you to maintain a healthy lifestyle – Once you have the knowledge you can find resources that can bring enhanced health and noticeable changes.

If you take these three areas of life and treat them like it’s your livelihood, you will notice an enhanced quality of life.

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2 responses to “How to Make “You” your Job: 3 Areas in your Life to Make your Job”

  1. Thank you! Great advice – for so many of us it is a journey!

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