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Perhaps nothing has vexed humanity quite like the inevitable pull of aging. We are gripped by an absurd paradox: As we grow wiser with years of experience, our bodies begin to sag, weaken, and stiffen. “Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen,” writer Mark Twain once joked.
However, no one has proven that you can actually drink from the “Fountain of Youth”! Oh how we wish! If only we could avoid the pain and struggles of aging, but – perhaps we need to put more emphasis on just being our best at every age?
How you look and feel in your forties and fifties is partially the result of how you’ve been treating yourself since you were young. I remember lying on the snow banks in spring (I grew up in the far north) and holding tin foil under my chin to take advantage of every chilly ray of sun, not wearing sunscreen, indulging in too much “Happy Hour” and extreme dieting, which led to weight fluctuations that kept getting harder and harder to tame.
But, looking at myself in the mirror today — age-related fine lines, wrinkles and gray hairs aside – I also see the results of good habits I picked up early in life. Fortunately they’re simple things that anyone can do to reach midlife in half decent shape. If you’re just out of school, ready to retire, or somewhere in between, don’t let anyone tell you it’s too early or late to start taking care of yourself. Start now – and enjoy the benefits of time you spend on YOU.
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So I’m always yammering on about being my best at every age, living limitless, moving my body, eating well, enjoying life, yada, yada. You’ve all heard me. Don’t get me wrong – it’s been my goal for the past 10 years to make the rest of my life the best of my life!! But there’s one dirty, dark little secret that I’m going to reveal to you that has the power to take away all I’ve accomplished!
And it’s not even a real secret. I have not tried to hide it one bit – in fact, it’s been kind of a fun “fact” about me – but not really. I’ve embraced it, laughed about it, shared fun posts and memes, heck, I even have a shirt that shares a joke about it – but it’s time to be open and let you know what I need to take more seriously and to improve about myself.
10 years ago (really, 10?) I found a different kind of program that changed my life. I became more life-conscious. I started really thinking about how many more years I wanted to live, and how I needed to make some changes to be able to do that. I have an amazing family, wonderful friends, a great business, beautiful home, and everything I could imagine. I wanted to travel more, enjoy more, do more things with people I love, spend more time at the lake, enjoy my colleagues more, create more art, read more books, and help more people in this world.
I joined a company that had products that provided immediate results with my quality of sleep, my energy, my strength, my weight, my skin and my health. I enjoyed sharing my results, and reaching my goals. I was more comfortable in my skin. I started moving more – swimming, biking, walking. I embraced my stage in life – letting my hair turn silver, embracing the wonderful fun of this age – a time of more freedom, more options, and even more creativity. I was feeling better than I had in years.
And I still do. But one little, ugly habit has firmly implanted itself in my life. It’s delicious, it’s red, and it comes in a bottle.
I call it “Wine at 9”. There seems to have been a trend that started about 10 years ago – it was women getting together for “girlfriend nights” and learning about and drinking wine. Or maybe they played Bunko, or talked about books (for 10 minutes). Wine was certainly the featured presentation. And that morphed into the “wine mom” – google that if you want a good laugh. And then Covid. Oh, don’t get me started.
So for the past 2+ years, “wine at 9” has been my reward and my salvation. I could be on zooms and calls all day, just as long as after I made dinner, did some laundry or whatever the daily chore was, I could waddle to my couch with my “glass” of wine (a true serving of wine is 5 oz. Whatever.) and chill out with my latest Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime featured presentation. It was safe. I didn’t have to get dressed up, put on makeup or even talk to people. And a glass of wine wasn’t $12, so I was saving money, right?
Fast forward to 2022. Wow – we are finally able to go places, and talk to people. Maybe I should get started on that book I want to write. How about some volunteer work? I could be doing that. Painting my kitchen? Oh my gosh, my energy was coming back. But I still have this habit that started nagging me at 8:45 to put on my jammies, open up a bottle, and chill out with a good movie. I just wonder why the bottle was required. The taste is fine, but I’m not purchasing Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2018 from Bordeaux at $1000/bottle. (Did you know that you get an extra 10% off 4 bottles at target plus your 5% reward?)
Seriously, a beautiful bottle of wine at dinner is delightful. But the $7.99 deals I was buying weren’t all that great. And something salty goes so well at that time. I deserve it. It’s the pandemic – I’m not doing much for fun these days. Did you know there are 6.75 grams of sugar in an average bottle of wine? And I drink the dry, red stuff. Holy, moly – no wonder I packed on my Covid 19!
So, spring has sprung (kind of – I live in Minnesota) and I feel empowered and energized to do some new things. What is this? Yes. I’m paring down the mounds of clutter and papers that have accumulated over the winter on every flat surface. I scraped every last bit of ice and snow off my deck before the last snowfall – I’m being optimistic. And the other day I dusted my baseboards! If that doesn’t scream spring and renewal, I don’t know what does.
So it’s time to overhaul my habits too. We’re eating more fresh produce, fish and chicken, and a couple of Girl Scout cookies as a treat seems to satisfy me as much as that Tres Leches cake I made for the last birthday celebration.
So maybe it’s time to say bye-bye to that last, big, ugly, habit that has hung onto my hips for the past couple of years. Maybe it’s time for something lighter, fresher, and easier on my body. I don’t even want to tell you all the havoc that wine can impart over time. It’s NOT great for my heart – no matter what they say. It does not help you sleep better – in fact, it makes your quality of sleep worse which decreases mental clarity and when you do wake up you feel lethargic and slow. And I think my liver could use the break. Alcohol is especially hard on your liver and other organs.
So bye-bye for now. I’m committing to ONE HUNDRED DAYS with no alcohol. After that, who knows. I hope I feel so much better that I will never go back. Or maybe only for a glass of that Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2018 on my birthday. We’ll see. So this April Fool started yesterday, and my 100th day will be July 9th. I did think about the milestone days during that time and wondered if I would feel left out without drinking – I decided no. I’m stronger than that.
I’m committed. It feels good. And I will feel more authentic working toward “being my best at every age” from now on.
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If you have an accountability partner, you’re 65% more likely to compete a task and you’ll increase your chance of success by up to 95%, according to a study done by The American Society of Training and Development (ASTD).
I’ve found this to be true. After I moved to my new home, I started walking outdoors for exercise and since I didn’t know anyone here yet, I just explored the neighborhood – not going too far from my home base, and making sure I had my phone with me in case one of the twisty roads or trails in our development got me turned around.
I got to meet a few folks in the neighborhood, but I really bonded with one in particular! It’s Joan – and we hit it off from day one! She asked to walk with me – and through that simple outreach, we became fast friends! Bonus points for my husband and her husband getting along as well. We all have a lot of the same interests, and most importantly, love to get together for a chat and a cocktail occasionally.
Well, our daily walk became a routine, and we quickly became accountable to each other. Every morning after I finish my daily company call, I text her and say “walking today”? We share our plans and head outdoor at the same time and take our walk. We have explored our area much more thoroughly once we had a buddy with us. She knows the area and has shown me so many fun parks to hike through. We head out and set our GPS and track our walks. In good weather, we walk 2-3 miles, and even when the snows came, our goal was 2.0. Once the Minnesota weather got fierce, we resigned ourselves to the fact that perhaps we needed to find a place to walk indoors – and we did – and it still offers us the chance to spend an hour together, chatting and discussing life.
We are totally accountable to each other! A day doesn’t go by where we don’t connect and share our plans for the day. On the days when it’s cold and blustery, the only reason I bundle up and get my boots on is because I know Joan is waiting. It’s the greatest system – and it works!!
I have some important health goals that I am working towards. I want to continue releasing this stupid Covid weight that I gathered in 2020, and am committed to the other good habits I am trying to establish. So I want some accountability partners! Who wants to go down this path with me? Hit me up! Tell me what you are trying to accomplish and we will see if it is a fit!
I’m focused on health, longevity, and wealth – and I am positioned to help others as well. Let’s talk. If there was one thing you could change about yourself, what would it be?
I can’t wait to be accountable to you!
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According to CNN, you can live more than a decade longer if you follow these 5 healthy habits:
Maintain a healthy body-mass index
Keep up moderate to vigorous exercise
Don’t drink too much alcohol
Eat a healthy diet
Studies showed that if you were to incorporate these habits at age 50, compared with not incorporating any of them, your life expectancy could increase by 14 years among women and 12.2 additional years among men. Now imagine what you can do with those extra healthy years!
With these habits, you could also reduce the risk of dying from the top 2 killers in the United States – cardiovascular disease and cancer.
According to Dr. Meir Stampfer, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, these are some of the leading causes of premature death and if we can prevent or reduce the risks then it can promote longevity:
“We can do so much better for having a long healthy life by pretty simple minimal changes in our behavior, and only 8% of adults in our country are adhering to these,” he said. “The main take-home message is that there are huge gains in health and longevity to be had just by simple changes in our behavior pattern, and as a country, I think we need to make it easier for ourselves to do this by promoting tobacco cessation, by providing better environments for physical activity and so on.”
Only 8% of adults are willing to make simple changes in their behavior? What if Limitless could help change that statistic?
Remember… you can be your best at every age: physically, emotionally, and financially if you do one thing.
Master the power of habit.
Bad habits block us from being our best. They get in the way of who we want to be and where we want to go. If we start to form good habits, the changes in our behavior will soon become natural! Go on your morning or evening walk, take your Limitless products as directed, continue to eat your healthy meals, and soon you’ll feel those small changes making a difference!
The Limitless Habit-Forming System™ provides the products, tools, and inspiration you need to harness the power of habit! So why not start now?