Finding a healthy work-life balance
Q: Youâ??re wife, mom, a fitness instructor, model and spokesperson â?? how do you maintain a balance and the energy to do it all?
Stick to a schedule
Iâ??m a big planner. I have a visual planner and plan my schedule at least two weeks in advance. I also believe itâ??s important to schedule down-time and family time. Weâ??re an active family so we tend to spend our down-time together going for bike rides, hikes and walks.
Start the day out right
To maintain my energy, I start my day with a Herbalife Formula One shake, which has the right balance of 21 vitamin and minerals, and pack my bag with healthy snacks.
Do some prep work
Preparation is the key for success and when it comes to maintaining energy, itâ??s so easy to throw some healthy snacks in your purse â?? like a few almonds, protein bars and a fruit. If you have your healthy snacks, you donâ??t have a reason to buy that chocolate bar! I also pack in healthy snacks for my kids and when Iâ??m travelling, I always have healthy snacks with me!
Have a cheat day
On a Friday, we got out for dinner as a family and I eat whatever I want. Thatâ??s my cheat day. Thereâ??s nothing wrong with having a cheat day, as long as it doesnâ??t turn into a cheat week and then a cheat monthâ?¦
Write down your goals
I still write down my goals and put them somewhere where I can see them. Itâ??s an athlete mentality that still works for me. I encourage my kids to do it too. They write their goals on Post-its and stick them on the fridge. When they achieve a goal, they pull the Post-it down.
Achieving your health goals is 100 percent mind-set. If you think being healthy is hard, it will be. But, if you plan and prepare, it will become a habit and, over time, those healthy habits become a fabulous lifestyle!
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