Sarah Coleman: Do these 5 things right now to achieve a happier life
For Steamboat Pilot & Today
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Living a happy healthy simple life shouldn’t be difficult, right? Here are five simple steps to start taking to ensure you are making the most out of your already incredible life.
Think simple. Consume lots of veggies and some fruit. Eat lean meats and some healthy fats. And, get lots of water. Don’t forget to prep your meals the night before to ensure you eat proper during the day.
Think seven to nine hours a night. Your body and mind cannot function without proper rest. If you don’t get enough sleep at night, take a nap during the day.
That’s right, everyday, move. Hiking, swimming, tennis, golf, burpees, lunging the stairs, push-ups in your office, carrying your kid around, walking the dog, you get the picture. Start with 20 minutes a day and add on.
Using your favorite choice of relaxation. Turn your phone off, read a book, laugh, breath, clean your workspace, create, sing, cook, meditate, say “no,” say “yes.” Have fun and get creative by taking at least 15 minutes a day — more if you can — just for you.
With those you love and care about. I mean it, really connect. Pick up the phone, schedule a date, plan a camping trip, host a reunion, have a friend over for a meal, take a meal to a family member, have a gossip sesh. Aim for real authentic connection. Hug, smile, share, listen, repeat.
See, it’s not that hard. Go back to the basics and create a happy, healthy life with the simple things.
Eat, sleep, move, unwind, connect. Happy summer everyone.
Sarah Coleman brings years of personal health and fitness knowledge to the table. Currently the health and wellness director at The Foundry, Coleman is a personal trainer, “CrossFitter,” coach, outdoor enthusiast, managing partner with Inspired Live Network and owner of A Weight Lifted Fitness Camp. She provides flawless technique and a positive attitude. Taking fitness to new levels, she uses the outdoor environment, your living room or work space, as well as the gym to influence and push her clientele. Funky knee socks and outrageous colors make Sarah unique, which transfers into her training and brings a smile to everyone’s face.
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