The Most Important Meal

Hey bumblebee, ever look for ways to change your life for the better, but end up feeling so overwhelmed? Unfortunately, “how to be better” lists always include several habits to change or add to your daily routine all at once. When it comes to creating a better lifestyle, remember; one step at a time!

In a world full of bullet journals and schedule blocking every hour of the day, it’s easy to get caught up and quit when you get bored or overwhelmed. After countless trial and error, falling and getting back up, I read it takes 21 days to make a habit. I decided to try to add one or two healthy habits a week to create my best lifestyle.

The best place to start is to ask yourself why? What are your intentions behind creating your better lifestyle? Now write that down so you have a reminder to keep going every time you consider quitting. It’s time to start living your best life! Let’s start by adding one of the most essential healthy habits to your morning.

The first meal gives you fuel to get going with your day!

Breakfast, literally meaning “break the fast” can have a major impact on your day. Along with a glass of water, filling your stomach with healthy food gives you the energy you need to get through the tough part of your day; mornings. By filling your stomach, you’ll eliminate so many distractions that could keep you from having the most productive days.

Become your happiest, healthiest self!

Eating breakfast has endless benefits from filling your body with essential nutrients to help you stay on track throughout the day. Not only will you see physical improvement, but your mood will also benefit from this meal. Studies show that those who eat breakfast see both a jump start their metabolism and mood.

Start with breakfast and go from there.

Adding this one habit to your day tends to have a ripple effect. Once you’re committed to breakfast, other healthy habits like drinking a glass of water every morning and taking your vitamins fall right in line. Not a morning person? Meal prep to save time for other healthy habits to include in your morning!

Cheers to being able to create our best lives, xo Bri

5 thoughts

  1. I was reading this post as I was having my breakfast:) I eat my breakfast after working out in the morning, and it is a fruit plate:) I only eat fruits until noon, I have a cup of coffee an hour after my fruit plate if I feel the need but otherwise that’s it. I use to be a person that skipped breakfast and existed on coffee, but you grow you learn right?

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    1. Exactly! Breakfast used to be a weekend thing when I was younger as we had a long commute to school so we usually just had breakfast to go. As an adult it’s something I’ve prioritized as I realized how much it really impacts my day!
      Thanks so so much for checking out my post!

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