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Small Steps Toward Healthier Habits

Posted on Friday, June 22nd, 2012 at 11:19 am under Play Hard.

An infographic courtesy of GetJauntly.com

Creating healthy habits often begins with a single step. This quick guide helps you determine the right place to begin a healthier, happier life. Pick just one today to start your journey.

healthy habits infographic

The Big Question:
What healthy habit do you want to take on today?

33 Responses to Small Steps Toward Healthier Habits

  1. I’m gonna try and be more positive… I think my family needs to work on the mental health part of being healthy right now…

  2. JoAnn says:

    Walk one mile and ride my bike for one hour.

  3. Modotr6 says:

    wlking and going to bed on time

  4. I’m going to do thirty minutes of activity, now, well as soon as I finish typing! I just got a brand new yoga mat and I have a ten minute yoga video that looks challenging. For the other twenty minutes I’m going pick my weights back up. It’s a good thing they are adjustable, it’s been too long and I may need to take off five pounds on each side. Gotta start somewhere, I’ve been relying too heavily on meditative yoga and my not really pushing myself- my muscles reflect it… or rather don’t reflect it??? LOL either way I need to do some squats because those big muscles are what burns of my snacking and pizza episodes. More muscles = more pizza… or something like that. :) 

  5. Danielle Murgia says:

    I’ve been working on eating healthier. I walk with my dog at least an hour a day. We go about 3 miles each day, rain or shine.

  6. I workout every day and since my car accident I have been doing lite workouts in place of physical therapy. My fiance and I go to the gym together and tho we don’t workout together, we are maintaining a healthy lifestyle together and that sets a good example for our three children. Our kids and I have always liked to cook together and I make it fun for them by telling them each meal is a work of art that requires lots of color. Our colors are made of fresh veggies and fruits in just about anything with always subsituting flavor salts with fresh herbs. Children learn what they live and its our responsibility as parents to give them the best start possible!!

  7. Netnetroberts says:

    i have started to put more water in my diet and am walking a mile every day!

  8. Liz says:

    Walking for exercise!

  9. Nicole Rajaram says:

    Mood tracking to find what is more suited for me & from there create a healthier lifestyle so it’s guaranteed to be easier to stick to.

  10. Kim Davis says:

    I choose activity because it’s been lacking for a good 3.5 weeks now.I usually walk and do yoga dvds , but to be honest I haven’t been doing either and I am starting to feel it physically now in addition to the mental guilt and uneasiness  I have been feeling . I am going to get back to “doing ” starting Today !

  11. B. Poole says:

    Walking!  Both for myself and our dog!

  12. Jo says:

    I am going to try mood tracking to see if I am really suffering from depression or just mood swings. Thank you

  13. arlawren70 says:

     Sleep!!! Try to get at least 8 hours of sleep every night!

  14. Molly Adams says:

    I want to plan 3 positive activities each day :) Well, wait, I already do that! I just recently started keeping a journal again, and that has been really wonderful for me! It feels good to write about what’s going on, what you’re doing, how you feel, what you think. I love it!

  15. Kuuleivic says:

    I choose food…. just got back from grocery… & my bags are filled with GOODIES !!!!! CHerries,strawberries, blueberries, bananas, kiwi, a brocolli chopped salad, eggs, yougurt, 1 % milk,whole grain bread…. Oh Yummmmmmmmmm
    Victoria Findley aka kuuleivic

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  17. Amstelma says:

    OH…can I pick two. I really like the idea of tracking what effects my mood. It would be great to know, so I can avoid the bad stuff. But most important to me right now is to get some sleep. I am going to get to bed at the same time every night and see what happens. 

  18. Beth Reecher says:

    I’m choosing to do more of what I’m good at!

  19. Barbara Nicholson says:

    I need to start going to bed earlier. I’m a night owl at heart, but I know it’s not good or my health or waistline!

  20. Runt4952 says:

    I am choosing to get the sleep I need.  I am going to go to bed at the same time for the next week and get up at the same time.  I am also choosing to get 8 hours of sleep every night.

  21. Definitely get enough sleep! Hoping Yoga helps me with that. Moving to a new home will take care of the activity issue LOL

  22. Jennifer Dysart says:

    eat more veggies! today I’ll add some steamed broccoli :)

  23. It’s hard to pick just one when I know I should be doing them all, and all the time. I do need to become more physically active. But I’ve been down lately due to my lack of a job so I’d like to plan three positive activities everyday.

  24. Kathleen Walsh says:

    I choose sleeping because it is something I definitely don’t get enough of!  I rarely get to bed before 11 and usually pop wide awake anytime between 4 and 5.  Crazy, but I should aim to at least try to get to bed a little earlier being I get up so early.  No matter how late I go to bed I awake at the same time, so probably making a point to got to bed earlier would be the solution.

  25. Ethan Bonen says:

    I will go with the mood, because I believe that having hapiness and optimism in your heart is the key to good life. It was also scientifically  proven,that stress-free life reduces one’s blood sugar and tendency to verious illnesses ,as well as promoting higher life expectancy.To gain most out of it, I also workout regularly and eat healthy.

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