You Owe It To Yourself To Take Care Of Your Mind, Body, Spirit

Have you seen articles about the rate of obesity in America? The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) states, one in three adults and one in six kids and teens are obese. This is not good because medical cost are skyrocketing and this means fewer people will be able to afford medical cost in the future.
It is time to get selfish about taking care of our mind, body and spirit. Case in point, how can we help our spouse and or children if we become obese and ultimately have poor health?
While in high school, prior to ever driving my dads car or owning and driving my own car in the 11th grade, I was in fantastic physical shape.
Why? Walking keeps me in good physical shape as it does for many people.
Ultimately I purchased my own car, had a part-time job and spent less time walking. As for taking care of your body, I highly recommend visiting your doctor first and get a comprehensive examination, from head to toe. The bottom line is if you spend 30 minutes a day for three days a week walking, stretching, running, workout on a treadmill, weight lifting and or playing an organized sport. Physical exercise is time well spent and is a better investment than an expense healthcare program because it is a preventive measure.
Lastly, and arguably one of the most important aspects of mind, body and spirit is spirit. Why?
Taking care of our spirit may entail prayer, meditation, fellowship with others, and calling upon our creator for direction. Spirit represents a trinity of ones being and is a key indicator of people taking priority of their life.
Make yourself the top priority of your life and watch how much better your life will be. When the mind, body and spirit is aligned, life takes on a whole new meaning, its get better and better.

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