So, now that January is nearing an end, is your resolution also nearing an end or is your resolve continuing? I hope it is, because new years resolutions are made with good intentions to change something that suits our needs, but doesn’t necessarily align with our wants. It takes a concentrated effort daily to make that change stick. Recovering addicts know this better than anyone. It is something that has to be thought about each and every new day, one day at a time. Complications happen. The key is to simplify.
Remind yourself of the positive reason you made your goal (resolution) before considering the obstacles. Those are what complications are made of. Your health and well being are first priority. If only there was a magic pill for all the physical problems we face; diabetes, high blood pressure, headaches, etc or dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, etc. Keep in mind that the human body was designed for living. Nature is God-created, just like you. Why do we turn our nose up at the things that are good for us, and choose instead, the alternative?Treat every day as a new day. If you are in the process of changing an old habit into something new, (and better) don’t stop! Keep learning, keep trying new, healthy things! If you are looking for natural products to treat any number of nagging ailments, take a moment to look at some alternative resources, such as herbal treatments, natural, nutritional foods and products that you can even make yourself. Read, learn, listen. Have you ever read the labels on products in the stores and can’t pronounce the ingredients? All the more reason to find the natural alternative remedy. And there is one, because human will, spirit and the power of natural healing really can work. Let me know what you think and feel free to add comments.