How to prioritize your health, organize your schedule, and get things done.


Almost everyone knows what it takes to get healthier and in better physical condition. For most people it goes something like this: Be more active and consume fewer processed foods. But when your life already seems like it couldn’t get any busier, how can you expect to actually do those things? You’re in luck because we’ve got 7 practical tips that will help you make more time for exercise and nutrition, even in the context of your crazy, busy life.

Let's use our imagination and pretend you just finished dropping your kids off at school (or daycare), you’re running late for work, and you know your day is already jam packed with meetings and errands.  In between meetings, you decide to think ahead to dinner and you find yourself wondering how you’ll manage to fill the dinner plates with anything remotely homemade, so you decide your going to order a pizza on your drive home from work…

So, while sitting in traffic on your commute home, you take out your phone and call up the pizza place closest to your house and order takeout. Once the kids are fed and finally in bed, you’re exhausted and all you want to do is prop your feet up and get caught up on your favorite TV show or get sucked into a good book.   

Most days it seems like you’re just barely managing to meet basic needs: go to work, eat food, wear clean clothes, and keep a somewhat clean home.  So now you’re wondering how in the world you’re supposed to find eight hours to sleep, an hour to workout with your personal trainer, AND 15 minutes to chop veggies?!

If you’ve been wanting to eat better and get on an exercise regimen for a long time but life feels like an endless conveyor belt of busyness that you can’t get off, WE GET IT.

Many of our clients at STAX are busy moms, overworked professionals, single parents, caregivers to aging parents, or sometimes all of the above.  And if we’re being honest here, we’re in the same boat too which is great news for you because it means we’re no strangers to busy clients and busy lifestyles!

If you’ve made it this far in the blog post, give yourself a pat on the back and thank us later because you've made it to the real good, juicy part!  We’re sharing a system that helps people prioritize health, organize their schedules, and check things off that to-do list.



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