As individual as each person is, our personal best practices will be just as unique. Creating new habits that result in health benefits of some sort (weight loss, increase family time, build resistance to stress) are typically offered to us in packages that often are one size fits all.
Research and common sense from many of our Mower Refreshed partners, encourage the concept of creating our personal best practices: identifying what our roadblocks are and addressing them with methods, processes or activities that are most effective for us as individuals in achieving our personal desired goals/outcomes.
Healthy weight loss for example will have common practices that are proven effective, best practices...decreasing calories and in-creasing physical activity, looking at food as fuel and then making our calorie intake sensible to develop lifestyle changes. The approach to our lifestyle changes however will be a personal best practice: where and how we exercise based on our resources and physical ability, what food we bring into our home or choices made when dining out. These are examples of methods or activities to reach our desired goals, in this case, healthy weight loss.
Take time this spring to consider developing your personal best practice: the methods, processes, activities and relationships that are most effective in encouraging you to live well and then practice!
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