Unleash a Healthier You: Conquer These 3 Life-Changing Goals!

Living a happier and healthier life requires a decision to change your way of life by setting and pursuing health objectives that are most important to you. However, it might occasionally feel overwhelming as if there is too much to do to build a healthier life. 

There is good news. Changing your life doesn’t mean doing everything. Setting just three sensible goals will transform your life and have an impact on every aspect of it.

Exercise (gasp and groan), mental health, and diet are the three objectives that will help improve your quality of life. Concentrate on these three factors and you can see a significant shift in how you feel, work, and think.

Go For Physical Fitness 

To be fully physically fit, increase your muscular and cardiovascular endurance. as well as maintain a body composition that is appropriate for your body type in terms of fat, muscle, bone mass, and flexibility. 

Being physically fit lowers your risk of acquiring diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and a variety of other preventable health problems as you go through life. Additionally, maintain a minimal degree of fitness, in order to prevent additional troubles brought on by bad health, such as mental and physical disorders.

The best approach to determine your level of physical fitness is to speak with your doctor and get a physical fitness evaluation. The goal is not to become a professional athlete. All you want to do is gain a high enough level of physical fitness to be considered healthy, as determined by your doctor. 

Care For Your Mental Health

We often overlook the importance of maintaining our mental health. The smallest of traumas, even if you don’t remember it, can have a detrimental impact on your health and happiness. Spend some time practicing greater awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and subsequent behaviors. Your mental health will improve as you learn more about what makes you who you are, who you want to be, and how to be that person.

Don’t assume someone who walks around with a smile on their face is doing okay mentally. In fact, the opposite may be true. Every person can benefit from working on their mental health. Take time every day to practice mindfulness and focus on gratitude. There is no benefit in suffering in silence. If you need help with a mental health issue—Talk to a professional. I cannot stress this enough. There is no harm in getting the assistance you need. 

Eating Well 

There are so many varying viewpoints regarding diet and nutrition, that it can be difficult to discern what is truthful and what is not. It can be safe to go by the numbers, no matter your thoughts. Look at your lab values and develop a healthy eating plan with your doctor and nutritionist. 


The really fabulous news about these three healthy goals is that you don’t have to be perfect. You can treat yourself sometimes and still be healthy. You can skip a workout and still maintain your fitness. Just do what’s right according to the data most of the time, and it’ll pay off, and that will change your life more than you think.

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Discover the Power of Self-Love

Self-love is not selfish.

Self-Love JournalLearning to love yourself is on of the most difficult things you will ever do on this journey called life. It’s okay to take care of your needs first. This doesn’t mean you aren’t going to take care of your To-Do list. It simply means you’re changing priorities so that you put yourself first.

My Self-Love Journal is a powerful tool that will help you reconnect with yourself and explore what makes you unique. You will understand why self-love is so important.

Inside you will find:

  • Why self-love matters,
  • Prompts to help you connect with who you are,
  • Space to record your thoughts and feelings

This Journal is designed to encourage and empower you to set up your own self-love routine.

You owe it to yourself to become the best version of yourself you can be.

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Patricia “Pat” Bumpass is a ghostwriter, self-care advocate, author, and parent coach. She encourages and empowers women and parents with special needs kids to love themselves. Pat is North Carolina “born and bred” and loves coffee — hot or iced. You will often hear her say, “Twertles make me happy.” 🙂 

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