Can you believe summer is coming to a close?
If you are like me, you are sad that this is the last FULL month of summer. The joy of summer brings a whole new essence of care-free living and a “no worries” mentality. While this is great, sometimes it’s important to remember the essential things.
I often struggle in the summertime to make it to the gym or make physical activity a priority. I like to spend my weekends at the beach, and for me to do so, I need to wake up extra early to get a good workout in and eat breakfast. Needless to say, it can be a struggle to fit it all in. Regardless of the effort it takes to get out of bed some mornings, I always do so, and at the end of each workout, I can say that I am glad that I did!
During my time as a trainer, the hardest months to train were during the summer, believe it or not. This is because everyone wanted to spend the time that they had outdoors or doing summer activities. While this is great, it’s also important to know that it takes time to see change, and it takes just as much effort.
Believe me, as soon as fall comes around and the weather starts cooling off, it becomes even more challenging to work to grow your better self. Because what does fall entail? Thanksgiving, looser and heavier clothes, football, pumpkin beer, spicy wings, and all sorts of great things. But please stay focused and work to remove obstacles from your goals.
Soak in this last little bit of summer, enjoy it with your family, get outside! But there never is a wrong time to better your health and life!Tags: healthy practice manager, medical office management, national organization of rheumatology managers, office management, office managers, rheumatologists, rheumatology Posted by