Taking a focus on your health is a wonderful way to increase your energy levels, to look and to feel better, but it’s also an interesting way to reduce your expenses. How you might ask? Well being sick isn’t cheap, if you’re feeling low energy it’s probably costing you in terms of productivity. Likewise, if you get really sick due to not taking care of yourself, then there are numerous financial costs in terms of healthcare expenses as well as of course a lower quality of life. Here are 4 simple tips for a healthier lifestyle that you can begin to implement every single day!

1. Get a Good Breakfast
They say breakfast is the important meal of the day, and while I think it’s important what you eat all of the time, breakfast does set the tone for the rest of your day. If you eat something high in sugar, then you’re likely to suffer from a huge spike in energy with a crash coming a few hours later. This isn’t particularly good if you need to tackle some important tasks during the day. It can also leave you feeling groggy which can impact your energy levels. Starting with a good breakfast is an easy way to ensure your day gets off on the right foot. Check out these amazing breakfast delivery options available here https://www.freedomjars.ca/

2. Take Time to Relax
Our lives are busier than ever, we try to fit everything in and it can be really stressful. I’ve realised without making it a priority to relax, I simply wont. Even late at night before I fall asleep I’m scrolling through my inbox checking what tasks I need to tackle the following day. As such, it’s more important than ever to make your mental health a priority. Scheduling in relaxing time where you focus on things like meditation, yoga, or even Buddhism Nature is really important for your mental health and to prevent burn out.

3. Don’t Skip Exercise
Exercise is a fantastic way to feel more energized and to keep your body working well. It might seem strange that burning calories can help you have more energy, but a whole cocktail of feel-good hormones are released when you exercise, leading to increase energy levels, a more upbeat mood and a whole range of other benefits. Some people even report that their digestion and skin improve with regular exercise. The amount of exercise that works for you will depend on your needs, your spare time and what style of exercise you enjoy, but as a baseline aim for at least 30 minutes three times a week with your doctor’s permission.

4. Practice Moderation
Too much of anything isn’t good: we know that too much junk food, too much alcohol, too much time spent watching TV etc doesn’t benefit your health in any way and can be detrimental. But did you know that too much work, too much stress and too much pressure can also cause chaos in your life? You should practice moderation in everything, even the things you might consider to be ‘good things’ because too much of a good thing can be something really negative.


Taking charge of your health is a fantastic way to feel better, and also to save you substantial costs in the long run. Let me know if you have any tips for a healthier lifestyle in the comments below.