Ok, admit it, 2020 was rough, rough as a sandpaper (maybe more) but it doesn’t mean that we don’t have to prepare for 2021.
Here’s a quick and healthy guide to jump start 2021:
1. Re-evaluate your goals and purpose
2020 brought a total whirlwind of unexpected events. Were you planning on a nice holiday away and had to cancel last minute? Or have you been wanting to visit your family and the pandemic got in the way? Before the year ends, set an alone time to really understand and revisit last year and plan your 2020 goals, so you can be ready for the upcoming year.
2. Plan ahead.
Now that you understand and have clearer goals for the upcoming year, next critical item is to plan ahead, make sure to create tangible and realistic plans. As if you were planning to move to another place: Set a specific date and time frame, understand what things are needed, create a checklist, prepare the family and talk to them in advance so they will not be surprised and make sure to have a plan B and C in place, in case plan A did not go accordingly. It’s always best practice to have a back up plan.
3. Be knowledgeable.
We are not suggesting you to be a whiz, but it pays to be in the know of what’s going on in the world, your state or maybe just around you. Make sure to check credible information sources and before you share, do a quick fact check. You don’t want to be quoted as spreading fake news, right?
4. Challenge yourself.
Make 2021 your bounce back year, learn new things, conquer new goals and stick to them. I understand this is easier said than done, but if you are lost and you need a head start, I can guide you. Just click below to book a FREE quick coffee chat with me.
5. Be healthy.
When the pandemic hit and all other unexpected challenges in 2020, we all got stuck in the limbo and for some it was too much. Hence, we ended up binge eating, or just really snacking more and moving less. So, let’s overcome this hurdle and be healthy once again. Beat emotional eating forever with my “End Emotional Eating” group coaching program.
Below are more things that you can do to improve your health in 2021. Keep in mind, getting fit is more about what you do and how to best support your health:
Exercise for at least 30 to 60 minutes, three to five times per week
7 to 9 hours of restful sleep
Healthy meals and snacks (get my personalized meal plans here)
Bebe tu agua – have enough water intake
Just as I mentioned, let’s make 2021 a bounce back year.
With determination, realistic goals and proper planning 2021 will be a better year.