How to Build a Routine

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1 month ago

Everyone is unique. Not everyone requires a fully scheduled day to reap the health benefits of a routine. Make the choices that will help make you be healthier and get the most out of your time. When we practice good habits, that can help us maintain positive relationships, good hygiene, and our best health.


Some general tips on building routine:


Try one thing at a time. Do not feel like you need to change your enter lifestyle all at once; it can be overwhelming and counterproductive.


Make a plan. Building out your intentions and the changes you want to see can help you be consistent and hold yourself accountable.


Reframe your thinking. A routine does not need to be about changing the whole way you live. It may be more about incorporating healthier habits into what you already do so that you can live a better life for yourself and for those around you.


                                                                                                                                – Cheryl Beutell, APRN

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How to Build a Routine

Last updated 1 month ago

Everyone is unique. Not everyone requires a fully scheduled day to reap the health benefits of a routine. Make the choices that will help make you be healthier and get the most out of your time. When we practice good habits, that can help us maintain positive relationships, good hygiene, and our best health.


Some general tips on building routine:


Try one thing at a time. Do not feel like you need to change your enter lifestyle all at once; it can be overwhelming and counterproductive.


Make a plan. Building out your intentions and the changes you want to see can help you be consistent and hold yourself accountable.


Reframe your thinking. A routine does not need to be about changing the whole way you live. It may be more about incorporating healthier habits into what you already do so that you can live a better life for yourself and for those around you.


                                                                                                                                – Cheryl Beutell, APRN