Make it hard to fail

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Let’s dig into today’s bite:

  • Hard to Fail: Make it easy.

  • Tidbits & Recipes: Big Daddy’s breakfast burritos.

  • Did You Know: exercise and gene expression.

Hard to Fail

You see quick fixes all the time. We live in a quick-fix world. Like 28 days to your bikini body. It usually involves a strict diet and high-intensity workouts.

But the truth is, most of us can't stick to something so crazy. We burn out.

That's why we start to come up with excuses like:

  • “I'll start working out when I have more time.”

  • “When we aren't always on the go, I'll eat better.”

  • “When I'm not working so many hours, I won't be too tired to work out.”

If you aren't careful. This thinking can go on for years.

When you're trying to create change. Like eating healthy or working out. Make it so easy it's hard to fail.

So start with 5-minute workouts or add a veggie to your meals.

Learn to Scramble Well(ness):

While eating your lunch, waiting for your lunch, or letting go of your lunch, try our wellness-themed word scramble. It's one word a day, and you can find the answer at the bottom of this newsletter - good luck!


Did You Know? Like Really Know…

We all know how important exercise is. We know it affects how healthy you are. But get this, it can also affect your genes.

A study looked at twins and the connection between their genes and how much they exercise. They found that environmental factors like exercise can affect gene expression.

Exercising proved to be impactful at a molecular level. All the more reason to get moving.

Tidbits & Recipes:

We are big into breakfast burritos at my house. I love to freeze them for quick meals too. Try Big Daddy’s breakfast burrito recipe.

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