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6 Smart Ways to Improve Your Life

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By Kimberly Hayes Reviewed by B.Laidley of

If you’re like many of us, there are places where your life needs improvement. If you find yourself in a slump, feeling less than healthy, or not spending enough time with your friends and family, today’s tips are for you. Here, Nutri-Empowered empowers you with six smart ways to live up to your full potential starting today.

Start your own business.

Okay, while it’s true that entrepreneurship brings its own set of stressors and challenges, there are few better ways to break the monotony of everyday life than to set out on your own to control your financial fate. Consider starting a new business, which you should structure as an LLC. An LLC protects you from financial issues with your business, and you can use an online formation service instead of an attorney to reduce your startup costs. Make sure to check the rules in your state before moving ahead. 

Change jobs.

If you’re not quite ready to jump into business ownership, consider at the very least changing careers. You can use a business card along with your resume to leave a lasting impression. These tangible tokens are often more noticed than emails, and a personalized card is easy to make when you find an online template. These can then be customized with fonts, text, and images so that you garner the most positive attention.

Relocate for a change of scenery.

If you don’t quite feel at home in your home, consider relocating for a fresh start. Perhaps moving somewhere that you always wanted to go, such as New York City. You can always rent instead of buying for the first 6 to 12 months to make sure that living in the city is as good as the thought of living in the city. Online listings are easy to find, and you can narrow these down by price, beds and baths, location, and other amenities. The All-Around Moving blog asserts that you’ll find new opportunities and a broader perspective with a change of address.

Schedule a day out.

According to Resources To Recover, there are many benefits that go along with spending quality time with people you love. You’ll not only boost your self-esteem, but you also experience lower stress levels. Make a point to be intentional in the time you put into the people you want to be around. Keep your cell phone out of sight, and be mindful of your communication style.

Get moving.

While we’ve already talked about moving from where you live(relocating), this time it’s pertaining to exercising your body. Even if you don’t want to spend hours at the gym each week, you should make exercise a daily habit. You can exercise at home, around your desk at work or go for a walk, and cut out screen time , complete your 10,000 steps/day instead, or exercise in 10 minutes spurts in the morning, at lunch time, and at night.The adult body consist of 206 bones and over 600 muscles that enable movements, so the human body is made to move frequently and not made to be stagnant in order to improve flexibility and strength thereby maintaining ones health, physically and mentally




Change your diet.

The food you eat, either fuels you up or weighs you down. Let’s focus on the foods that may fuel you up. Make sure that you’re eating foods that are right for your body, activity level, and goals.

For example, if you’re trying to lose weight, choose whole grains and eat lots of fruits, vegetables, and lentils. You may be wondering where can I find other types of whole grains than the ones I’m familiar with from day to day? Well let me introduce you to some .

With the exception of wheat bread, brown rice etc, they much more out there to try such as: Oats are a good source of fiber, protein ,carbohydrates and small amount of healthy fats.

Freekeh is an Arabic grain which is low in carb and has four times the amount of fiber than brown rice.Like oats consist of carbs, fiber and protein.

Whole grain barley is also a soluble fiber with carbs and proteins.

Buckwheat is one whole grain that people with celiac disease can tolerate because it doesn’t contains gluten. It consist of minerals such as Magnesium and Manganese. Not to mention the good old Bulgar, which is   also a great source of Iron and Magnesium.

Quinoa is packed with Protein and one of the few plant source of all nine essential amino acids.It has more protein than any other grain.It consist of high volumes of Omega 3 fatty acids.

Then there is Wild rice that is rich in antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Millet too like Buckwheat is gluten free and is a rich source of Calcium ,has three times more Calcium than milk. Millet also has fiber, carbs and protein.

You also want to prioritize eating fish that consist of healthy fats such as polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats and Omega 3 fatty acids and lean meats and substitute some proteins with egg whites or tofu.

Living better means making decisions that have a positive impact on your overall mental and physical health and well-being. From making major life changes, such as moving, changing careers, or starting a business, to simply scheduling a night out, eating well, and exercising more, the choices you make each day impact your wellness, so be intentional in your decisions, and you’ll see an improvement almost immediately.

We do hope you enjoy these few lines and you are encourage to  live up to your  potential with confidence.

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