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  • Writer's pictureKelly Neff

30-Day Better Mind & Body Challenge

Are you way past ready for Covid19 to be over? Are you going stir crazy or wondering if you have early on-set dementia because you can't remember what day it is, let alone the date?

Then join me for this 30-DAY Better Mind & Body Challenge!

I am starting today, May 1st because something needs to change. There are many things in life we cannot control right now, so we have to focus on what we can control. Our mind is a lot like molding clay. Whatever we allow into our minds has the ability to shape us if we focus on it. That can be positive or negative and there is so much negativity all around us right now we have to careful not to let it overtake us.

So... let's do something proactive to make a difference in our lives, and let's face it we can't make a difference in the lives of those around us if we are a mess! So here's my challenge to you:

1) Read or listen to a podcast or do something for 30 minutes a day that will challenge you and make you grow. Don't just read random stuff. Read something that will challenge your thinking or your philosophy. Read something that will help you recognize lies you are believing and will encourage you to choose to replace them with the truth, or that will guide your life so you're more fulfilled ( I am currently doing The One Year Bible plan on the YouVersion app). Read something that will help you learn & implement strategies that will make you more successful (I am currently reading and listening to Dean Graziosi and Tony Robbins).

Just remember… these 30 minutes are for your growth.

2) Feed and strengthen your body every day. Our minds, bodies, and emotions are all connected, and you cannot separate them. You can work on building a healthy mind, but if your body is weak and unhealthy, it will limit the strength of your mind.

Do something for just 10 minutes every day that will strengthen your body and make you feel strong. It could be going for a brisk walk, doing some push-ups and wall-sits, Tabata or HIT training, or anything that will get your heart pumping!

What we feed our minds is important and so is what we feed our bodies. It’s easy to give in to comfort foods (my weakness is a half-gallon of ice cream and a spoon!) when you feel overwhelmed, but afterward, it just makes you feel worse about yourself. Before you eat the whole tray of brownies or finish off a row of Oreos (also a weakness of mine), remember how you’ll feel afterward. Start making food choices that will make you feel good about yourself and see what happens. Our feelings and emotions are powerful. They can lead you down the path of poor choices that create a never-ending cycle of defeat, or you can harness those feelings and emotions to help you make good choices that will strengthen you and make you grow.

Fear makes us feel weak, so instead of letting fear shape us, let's decide to join together and take control of what we can, and let’s make a difference!


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