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4 Time-Saving Tips to Better Your Health and Well-Being

1. PROCRASTINATION IS THE ENEMY:

Procrastination, we all do it! Don’t let its popularity fool you though, procrastination can lead to a deterioration of your mind, body, and soul. Though right now putting things off may seem convenient, you always pay for it later. Payment comes in many different forms, it could be the worry and anxiety that comes from unfinished work or tasks, or the stress from having to rush to finish something you put off. On top of that many times rushing leads to mistakes or halfway done projects which require extra time to fix. The repercussions of procrastination hit hard, but avoidance is simple. Save yourself the worry and stress by just doing things now.

2. CREATE A HOME GYM:

Not only are gym memberships expensive, fitting the commute into your day can become a struggle. Setting up a home gym allows you to exercise immediately at any time of the day or night. To accomplish this you do not need thousands of dollars of equipment or even a spare room to dedicate to exercise. Most of what you need, a chin-up bar, an exercise ball, and some rubber bands and tubing, can all be stored in a closet and taken out/put away when needed.

3. ORGANIZATION IS KEY:

Finding and taking the time to organize your space may be tough but believe me it is worth it. Think of all the minutes in the day you spend trying to find what you’re looking for. Taking the time to organize your life now means saving the time and hassle it takes to find things later.

4. COOK WHEN YOU CAN:

In today’s world we all try to travel at light speed, often leaving little time for food preparation and cooking. So for some eating right can be a nightmare, seeing as few health foods come in microwavable or TV dinner form. Like it or not though when choosing to eat healthy, cooking is a must. Instead of rushing to try and prepare meals before school or after work try pre-cooking meals that can be reheated and served quickly. During the weekend when you have time cook lean meat or fish, steam veggies, boil brown rice or whole-wheat pasta, store them in the fridge or freezer and you’ll have healthy meals ready to go all week.