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Previously, we had decided to stop the 30, 60 and 90 day FFFC Challenges! Nothing is ever written in stone? We’re bringing back a 90 day summer fitness program and we’re calling it the 90 Day Fitness Tune Up! Let’s make this July, August and September the best three months this year! Lose weight, get fit and be ready for a grand ole fall and winter!
I’ve set a goal of a 40-pound weight loss by the first of October, 2019! In 2016 I lost 56 lbs in one year by simply cutting out all added sugar! No cookies, no ice cream, no candy, no doughnuts and especially no sweet soda! I also walked 500 miles and worked out with gym weight systems.
Since 2016 I’ve gained some additional information about good weight loss ideas. If you want great numbers, i.e A1c, cut out all fried foods, potatoes, pasta and cut back on bread. A great idea is to have your burger in between two large pieces of Iceberg Lettuce! I’ve started doing this and I really liked the taste.
In addition to watching what you eat you need to get up and walk or ride a bike. If you own a treadmill, that’s a good alternative! Gym exercise equipment is also important. You don’t need to kill yourself, just do a little at a time. Remember, 30 minutes x 5 days a week, plus your walking.
Join me, and make 2019 a year to remember!
Reinventing yourself can spring from many reasons in your life, including major upheaval to general dissatisfaction. Regardless of your impetus, embarking on a significant life change such as this is a brave move that can help you achieve your ultimate happiness. Be willing to put in the hard work, and you will reap the generous rewards.
Don’t be afraid to purge your life of what is holding you back. It might be a stack of books that no longer align with your values, it could be clothing that doesn’t fit or even furniture that is uncomfortable, unused or just ugly to you now. You might be surprised at just how much those physical items have been holding you back, both physically and emotionally.
Change is difficult, but with the right mindset, clear goals, self-awareness, and regular action, you can start making changes today that will lead you down your chosen path. Remember that no lasting change will occur right away, and you must be persistent and patient if you want to transform your life.
Finding ways to reinvent yourself can help you achieve your strongest desires and realize your full potential.
Tired of not feeling satisfied in your life? Maybe you’re ready for your next reinvention.
It’s never too late to reinvent yourself! Life has never passed you by so much that you can’t change yourself. You can achieve whatever you put your mind to whenever you choose.
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At age 60, life can be extremely meaningful, and it may not be as much about “you”. It may be time to pass the knowledge on to younger generations and sharing what life has taught you. You may even want to progress in your life as far as career goes and this is completely normal.
How can you best reinvent yourself at and after age 60?
• Focus on contributing to a greater cause (promoting a lasting sense of self-worth)
• Be consistent with social interaction
• Enjoy life more often (leisure activities, travel, etc.)
• Make health a priority (exercise, nutrition, therapy etc.)
• Design your retirement in line with your own goals, needs, and desires
• Make a major life change
Putting out into the world what you’ve taken in, from years of experience, is one of the most gratifying aspects of life. When we help others by sharing something, we’re passionate about our sense of meaning increases drastically. We always want to feel a sense of worth (who doesn’t) and it’s necessary to put yourself out there more (especially at and after age 60) than ever.
Loneliness at age 60 is very common and unfortunately, depression and a loss of interest in life can result. However, it’s up to the individual to want to be active in engaging with others to avoid a life of solitude. Meaningful relationships can make life so much more enjoyable, and for many, they are essential for a healthy lifestyle.
Around age 60 and the years which follow is the perfect time to start putting the stresses from your younger years behind, to enhance the quality of life from this point on. Leisure activity is earned, and years of hard work make this completely understandable. The lifestyle choices at this age are crucial to long life and health.
Health should be a priority at this age, and not only physically speaking because the mind must be maintained, especially as you get older. Mental health exercise is just as important as exercise which conditions the body.
Consider having a regular therapist which you can benefit from by expressing yourself and venting when necessary.
Being disciplined by making healthy nutritional choices and exercising will do wonders for health. It’s important to keep yourself as healthy as possible if you want to experience longevity in your efforts of self-reinvention. Lifestyle changes are not an option if you desire to reinvent yourself at and after age 60.