Slow thinking allows you to take the time to plan ahead...to be intentional. It’s one of its biggest benefits of being in control of your own life. There are quite a few good reasons to work on planning ahead, and today I’m sharing a couple with you. If this isn’t something you do on a regular basis, I hope this blog post inspires you to get started. If you’re already a planner, good for you. Keep reading. Maybe you’ll pick up a new tip or two.
Planning Ahead Helps You Manage Your Time and Energy
I don’t know about you, but whenever I jump feet first into a new project, I tend to greatly underestimate how much time and energy it will take. By the end of the day, I’m exhausted and disappointed in how little I got done. Except I didn’t do a little. I got a lot done, but I needed to manage my expectations better.
Planning ahead can help you do this. It can also help you make sure that your day includes a mix of hard and easy tasks. You...
Have you have ever heard that exercise is a drug or an anti-depressant? Well there is no exaggeration there. Exercise releases certain chemical responses in the body that people who are addicted to drugs crave. Exercise is a much healthier alternative to substance abuse and dealing with stress.
It is something everyone should be doing on a daily basis. It gets you moving and not living a sedentary lifestyle. Exercise is crucial to the health of the lymphatic system. Your lymphatic system is closely related to your immune system. When you are moving and not allowing yourself to be sedentary you are giving your body a chance to flush out any toxins.
When toxic waste sits in the body it creates an inflammatory response, which can raise stress levels. An inflammatory response can also be linked to imbalance in the body. If you are healthy, the body can eliminate the toxins.
You want to make sure you are moving every single day. ...