3 ways to embrace good, better and best choices for your health

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Healthy eating and healthy living is a journey for a reason. As we learn more about what "healthy living" looks like within our own day to day lives, we learn to add more goodness in and track things that aren't helping us.

Like anything else, we are in constant growth and we evolve over time. Everyone's pace is totally different. 

These are 3 ways to embrace good, better and best choices for your health: 

1. Prioritize and go back to your "why " - Why do you want to eat healthy? Why do you want to live healthier? That's going to drive a lot of what you do and maybe that means you cut something out so you can introduce a healthier option into your life. 

2. Be flexible, there are going to be seasons that come and go, seasons where things change and depending on your current situation, you might be prioritizing some clean beauty products and getting some additional supplements to address a hormonal issue, for example and that's going to best that you can do given your current struggle, what your ultimate goal is and your finances and that's great! 

Give yourself grace to navigate those current situations and realize that it probably means you have less money in other aspects and that you might need to make different choices.

3. Resist chasing perfection, healthy eating and healthy living can be a beautiful thing if you allow it but it can also be a really stressful experience. 

Making once healthy choice at a time is the best thing you can do because that will add up in the long run.

Healthy eating and healthy eating is really all about our moment to moment and daily choices - If we think about it that way, just one little step forward at a time it feels so much more doable and more sustainable rather than completely overwhelming when it comes to eating better food. 

I want to encourage you to always make the best possible choice you can in any given moment - Find what works for you and do what works for you. 

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