This blog post is also going to be short, sweet, and simple. Here are daily changes you can make to change your perspective on things to have the best day ever.
I don’t have to workout today, I get to workout today.It is a blessing to move your body freely and explore the world. With this intention, I invite you to do a workout that brings you joy.
I don’t have to eat healthy today, I get to eat healthy today.
Stop making excuses and start developing better habits. In fact, Feeding America projected that 42 million people (1 in 8), including 13 million children (1 in 6), may experience food insecurity in 2021. We take for granted the fact that many don’t even have access to healthy food. At the same time, we actively decide not to consume it. At the same time, Feeding America is an organization to give (better) too. We invite you to take action, donate your time, money, or energy to help food insecurity in the America.
The world is not out to get me, it’s simply happening around me.
It is our response to the stressors that defines our behavior. This can be extremely challenging at times, but we can learn to react better each time until our default response is positive and optimistic.
I don’t have to help others today, I get to help others today.
If you’re suffering, go out and help someone else suffer less. Surely, they’ll feel better (and be grateful), you’ll feel better, and the world will be better for it.
These four, simple perspective changes make up our pillars at Live Better: