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I recently shared my blogging goals and finance goals, but perhaps the most important set of goals to have is health goals. After all, health is the most important thing in anyone’s life. No matter what size you are, it’s important to eat right and be active, which is why I set some personal health goals this year.
1. Eat less dairy
I’m already a vegetarian and while I strongly feel that a life without cheese is not one worth living (maybe that’s a little dramatic but seriously, I love cheese), I definitely do want to cut back on my dairy intake. I drink soy or almond milk in my coffee and opt for dairy-free as often as I can. A tasty treat Silk dairy-free yogurt alternative with some granola and fruit in the morning is the perfect way to start the day dairy-free.
2. Get active
Working from home is amazing, I’m not going to lie, but I literally barely ever move. Unless it’s to the kitchen to get coffee or some food. So I definitely have to make a conscious effort to be more active. One of my goals this year is to do more yoga to start my morning and take walks. Though that second one might have to wait until it warms up outside…
3. Eat more veggies
While I do already try to eat veggies with every meal and honestly love the taste of a lot of them (kale is my spirit animal), I could definitely do a better job of not eating straight up bread and cheese for every meal. It’s a problem that I really need to control. I think a great way to eat more veggies (and fruits!) is to start juicing. Any tips on a great juicer?
What are your 2015 health goals? How do you plan to achieve them?
Photos by Johnny Cheng.
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