5 Healthy Habits for Your Home And People You Love - Karen Salmansohn

5 Healthy Habits for Your Home And People You Love

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Now more than ever it’s important to be creating healthy habits for your home and the people you love. 

Every household should strive to be as healthy as possible. But with so much to do throughout the day, it’s no surprise that everyone is exhausted when it comes to making dinner.

Because of this, it’s much easier to make oven fries and chicken nuggets rather than a nutritious meal.

Still, if you want to live a healthy lifestyle, you’ve got to create health habit for your home and the people you love.

5 Healthy Habits for Your Home And People You Love

1. The Healthy Habit of Plenty of Sleep

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The first step towards living a more healthy lifestyle for the whole family is to climb back into bed. Getting eight hours of sleep is the recommended amount for adults. Plus kids require anywhere between 10 to 12 hours, depending on how old they are. 

Of course, this can be a battle. Your kids might not be sleepy. They may want to stay up talking with friends or playing video games. But there’s no need to get into a battle with them about it. Just explain the benefits that a consistent sleep schedule will bring. Relate the benefits back to having more energy for the things they love.

2. The Healthy Habit of Daily Exercise 

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Everyone needs exercise. Admittedly, it can be difficult to get started. Especially if you’ve never really been on the athletic side of life. B

For families with young kids, or even single parents with a child custody arrangement, you can make this exercise more interactive. Workout and train with your kids rather than all alone. 

Not only will a healthy exercise routine ensure the whole family gets fit. It also saves you from the monotony that comes with exercising by yourself. Your kids are unlikely to be able to spot you when on the weight bench. But you can still have fun exercising in the backyard. Or experiment with going for walks around the neighborhood.

3. The Healthy Habit of A Good Diet

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A proper diet is another cornerstone of a healthy household. Cooking fresh and nutritious meals will ensure that everyone in the house gets their vital 5-a-day. Plus when you do some good home cooking, you open their palate to a world of delicious meals that they wouldn’t get from ordering take out.

Make meal prep a family affair. Teach your loved ones all about how to best cook, fry, chop, and sizzle their favorite foods.

You can introduce everyone to the right seasoning combinations. And demonstrate how even the most straightforward meal can be just as yummy as what you can find at a restaurant.

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4. The Healthy Habit of Writing, Painting, Creating

As much as a healthy body is crucial, so too is a healthy mind.

We all have ways to foster and feed this healthy mind, whether it’s through reading our favorite books, or writing in a journal, or painting artwork. 

It’s important to have a passion you love, away from schoolwork or your job.

You need to allow your mind to refresh and recharge. 

5. The Healthy Habit of Meditation

While all of this family time with one another is great for building relationships and learning from each other, too much time spent together can become an issue. You’ll feel like you are in each other’s way. You can get frustrated and stressed. This can lead to disagreements and arguments. 

Finding the time to connect with yourself via meditation, alone from the rest of the world, will give everyone the chance to take a breath and relax. It will help you feel more comfortable being with yourself. And this will help with self-esteem and self-care.

Start Today To Create Healthy Habits

It’s time to make healthy habits your new normal. While there may be a little pushback and dashes for freedom, everyone will soon realize that the healthy road is a much better one to follow.

Take time to listen to your heart – on a daily basis!

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