One of the more interesting parts about being a kid was thinking about what you want to be when you grow up. I am sure most of you can relate. The problem is, once you did become an adult and made a few career shifts, did you ever wish you stayed with what you started? Have you ever experienced “Switcher Remorse”?
Stress can take a huge toll on our productivity and health, I am sure everyone wants to reduce the stress they feel, but it can be a challenge especially when we get overwhelmed with busy family and work demands.
Too much stress can lead to physical problems including headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pains and problem sleeping. Research also suggests that stress can bring on or worsen diseases.
One important thing I am learning in this journey of investing more in my health is the value of consistency. Consistency matters in everything we do, whether it be working on a business, school work or a hobby. When we practice and keep on pushing our skills forward, we tend get better performing those particular skills.
It’s 2015 and what better way to start the year than by committing to a better “you.” Maintaining a healthy life can sometimes be taken for granted. We tend to place our health on the back seat when we get busy with life and work. Entrepreneurs, navigating busy schedules and money issues, are frequently guilty of this and only pay attention to their health when they feel that something is not right.
It has been more than a year now that I‘ve been working for the company that I co-founded with my husband. I handle the day-to-day operations and client work for the business. Over the years I have worked for other companies and was never home and always on the go. What I love most now is I can work at home which is especially nice particularly when the weather conditions get nasty. One thing that I really love working for my own company is that I can work anywhere. Since a lot of my work is online, I can really work from anywhere whether it’s the beach or at a downtown coffee shop. I find it really liberating.