Our health is our most valuable asset and, if we invested a fraction of the time in our own health and wellbeing as we do in our businesses, careers, and families, I believe that chronic disease in women would decrease drastically.
One of the greatest misunderstandings when we talk about “getting healthy” or “health and wellness” is that we think it means fad diets and losing weight. Well, that is not correct. Losing weight (if there is any to lose) is the end result or by-product of a healthy lifestyle.
Last week was the 3rd annual “Camp Aunt Corinne.” My nephew, who is now 14 comes to stay with me for a week. During our time I choose fun activities in the area for us to do together. (Per his request, he also gets to go to Dave and Buster’s and plays video games until the money I give him runs out.
This week we went on a long bike ride and several shorter rides to get ice cream, spent an hour at WhoaZone in Holly; an inflatable adventure course floating on the lake. An afternoon at Tree Runner in West Bloomfield; an adventure course up in the trees with zip lines and repelling. And my nephew’s favorite, DEFY Trampoline park in Commerce; think Air Time plus America Ninja Warrior. Although, for the record, I did not participate in the trampoline park day for bladder related reasons. (I know you ladies can relate).
Last week I was reading an article on the pros and cons of having a full-time business versus having a side hustle. Among the pros of having a side hustle - diversification, peace of mind, and a competitive advantage in your job. Among the pros of having a full-time business? You have faith in your business. Because, by quitting your “you are telling yourself that you know your business idea can and will work.”
“Fuck that noise!” I thought to myself and slammed the computer shut.