How Smart People Care For Their Health

As the old saying goes, “Health is wealth.”

To a lot of people, exhausting yourself means that you are working hard. What they do not know is that they may be working hard, but they are not working smart. Being productive and being mindless are two different things. Through the years, I have learned through personal experiences that health should never be compromised.

 

Smart People Eat Well

Individuals who work a lot and do not pay much attention on what they put inside their body is not being productive at all. Food is fuel for the mind and body, but if you put a toxic fuel into your systems, don’t expect to gain more for the next few months. Eat well to work well.

 

Smart People Exercise

“Busy” has already been a prevalent term for people who do not wish to own their life (I do this sometimes). There is no such thing as being too busy to do something that will benefit your life. You can never be too busy to work out. FYI, your body is your asset, don’t take it for granted. You can start by even just planking for 30 seconds everyday when you wake up and before you sleep.

 

Smart People Choose Friendships

There is nothing wrong with being picky when it is for a greater profit. I’m not saying that you have to ignore other people that you do not like – respecting others is also a different thing. It’s just that, some people are not worth your time. Real and strong friendships make you happier, thus contributing to your health.

 

After all, our health is our most valuable treasure in life – let’s take good care of it.

xo, miss podd

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