Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Healthy Habits - One Change per Week: Week #1

In 2015 I'm hoping to implement one healthy habit per week.  Care to join me?

Since we're on a tight budget this year, I'm hoping to have these habits be things that are either free or inexpensive or things that are definitely worth the effort and financial contribution.

This week's habit:

 

Week #1:   Drink a glass of water first!



I always, always start my day with coffee.  During the Christmas break from school, I started going out to the early morning Jazzercise class a couple mornings a week.  On those mornings I didn't start with coffee, I started with water.

And, um, yeah, I felt more refreshed for the day too. 

I'm not sure if it was the workout or the water, but I'm pretty sure the water helped.

So, for my first habit in 2015, I'm going to work on drinking a glass of water first thing each morning.

I figure that way, even if I don't do a good job of drinking all the water I should each day, at least I started the day well!

I'll let you know next week how I did with this challenge!

If you'd like to join me, please leave a note in the comments.  I'd love to cheer you on!


2 comments:

  1. I will try to join you! Health - overall, and in all areas of life - is my focus/word for the year. I do drink water in the morning, because I have to take a medication then, but I have been doing a better job lately of drinking more of the water. The cold, dry air also makes it somewhat easier to drink water (I had a dry air nosebleed to tonight. :( I've also been drinking mugs of hot water during the day - in part to have something warm I can wrap my fingers around.

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  2. Thanks for jumping on board Joanna!

    Cold, dry air is the pits, isn't it? I get nosebleeds from it too. :( Is it spring yet?

    Lea

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