Creating The Lifestyle Of Your Dreams


For most people when thinking of the dream lifestyle the first images that come to their mind are images of travel to distant warm beaches, relaxing mornings with their favorite cup of coffee, lots of toys and cash, basically to have the finances to do as they please.

But let me make myself clear what I am talking about is much more than that. I am also talking about great health, spiritual wealth and happiness. A women’s dream lifestyle has it all.

The lifestyle of your dreams has it all. The truth is creating the lifestyle of your dreams begins with your health.

Think about it, maintaining your health allows you to do the things you love.

Whether you dream of a life of adventure, travel, or simply swimming, golfing, hiking or bike riding it all requires you to have your health. A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about what you eat, though that’s a part of it.

It’s also about achieving balance in your life, keeping yourself active, having regular check-ups, getting proper rest, maintaining a positive mental attitude and maintaining a normal body weight.

I, like most people didn’t appreciate my health until I had a problem with it.

Two years ago, while I was snow skiing, I tore the ligaments in my knee. I needed surgery and used part of my hamstring muscle to replace the torn ligaments. The next step, 9 months of rehabilitation before I was up and active again. The months of rehab and limited activity definitely helped me realize how important maintaining your health is.

Believe me spending months on the sofa and watching daytime TV, is not my idea of the lifestyle of my dreams.

Good health is the starting point to the lifestyle of your dreams.

To create the life of your dreams, choose a healthy lifestyle. With a healthy life you will have better mental clarity, more energy, more joy, and better performance.

What can you do to have a healthier lifestyle?

Just one goal like becoming more active for 20 minutes 4 times a week, or eating less (or no) junk food, can make a difference in your health.

When it comes to making changes in your life don’t choose to change too many things at once just pick one or two things to focus on at a time. Then make an absolute commitment to make the change.

Then hang in there because things will happen to sidetrack you off your goals. It starts with making the decision, without the decision you leave your future to chance.

When you have a mentor or coach you are much more likely to succeed. My partner Elena and I are here to help you live an amazing life.

We would love to help you  live the best life that you can, the one you deserve. Join us in this journey for you. We have a free training course on how to live the lifestyle of your dreams. We will share with you tips on time management, a healthy lifestyle, and achieving balance in your life, strategies and much more.

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9 replies
  1. Sandra Mauck
    Sandra Mauck says:

    Such a timely post for me to hear. I was just talking to someone much younger than I today and encouraged them to maintain their health now, because it pays off later. It’s taken many years and more and more refinement for me to achieve a “healthier” lifestyle and there is more to go, but I’m headed in the right direction and it definitely pays off for me now. Thanks for the good advice and constant reminder of what kinds of way I can continue to maintain good health.

  2. Jeanmarie Bills
    Jeanmarie Bills says:

    It does pay off in so many ways to take care of ourselves. I know especially for women we tend to take care of ever one else first, forgetting that we need our own health to do all the things we want and need to do.

  3. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    Health is wealth and without our health we’re not much good to anyone, including ourselves. So investing the time to do a little bit of regular exercise and to eat properly will definitely contribute to us leading a healthier, happier life. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Shannon
    Shannon says:

    Thanks for the reminder to look foward to what we want to invite into our life. I’m recovering from extensive shoulder surgery, and sometimes it is difficult to look beyond my current state:) Thanks!

    • Jeanmarie Bills
      Jeanmarie Bills says:

      Shannon, I hope you are better soon I know shoulder surgery can take some time to recover from. I am sending you all my good thoughts and wishes. Jean


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