New Year New You

We have the ability to change our mindset and our lives at any time.But the New Year is always a time for a new start.We may find change overwhelming,but by ticking off some activity on our goals list everyday,we can get there and it will move us out of stuck mode.Whatever your goals , whether to eat healthier,exercise more etc,small daily steps will focus your mind and resolve.Kaizen is a Japanese term that means continuous improvment.Robert Maurer in his book “One Small Step Can Change Your Life-The Kaizen Way”,says posing Kaizen questions can help us reach our goals eg 1)If health were my first priority,what would I be doing differently today? and 2)How could I incorporate a few more minutes of exercise into my daily routine?He says that by asking small questions such as these we can keep our fight or flight response in the off position and we will start to come up with new and creative ways to establish good habits..Robert Maurer says by continuing to ask the same small questions,you can program your brain for the right solution.The book is available in kindle and paperback .The link for kindle ishttp://amazon.co.uk/Small -Step-Change-Your-Life-ebook/dp/B00GU2RHCG

Published by carolinerainsford

I am Caroline Rainsford a Health Blogger and author of 'Health and Weight Management Teachings From The East' .I believe healthy eating habits ,exercise and self compassion are the keys to Health and weight management for all ages.Follow me on this blog to join in this healthy lifestyle community to engage your motivation and change !

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