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Time Management For Exercise and Nutrition Planning

The biggest excuse for not exercising and eating healthy meals on a regular basis continues to be lack of time. Most likely we have the time, we just haven't quite learned how to manage it successfully.

We all know that if you are not consistent with the process of regular exercise and smart eating, your likelihood of accomplishing your goals slips further and further away… In fact, when you skip anywhere from a week to a day it can be like starting all over.

Putting exercise and nutrition planning on your schedule is critical to your success.

I was reading something interesting on a blog from Michael S. Clouse who is an expert speaker and writer for multi-level marketers. I thought he made an interesting point when it comes to making time for your business that could easily be applied to making time for your wellness.

He simply broke down the hours in the week.

Let's say you sleep 8 hours a day, for most busy people this is very generous. That would equate to 56 hours a week… Now you have 112 hours of "awake time" remaining.

Next, suppose you have a full time 40-hour a week job. Now, that leaves you 72 hours of the week remaining.

Maybe you have to commute and hour each way to your job, which will consume 10 more hours of your week, leaving you 62 hours.

Another 2 hours of your day you may spend eating your meals, which will take another 14 hours of your week just for eating. Now you have 48 hours remaining.

Okay… So you have a family, special friend, people in your life, entertainment… Whatever, let's say you spend 2 hours a day or 14 hours a week with them. You still have 34 hours remaining!

Of course you eat up your time with things like shopping, errands, housework, etc. Which we'll lump into the miscellaneous category and give you another 2 hours a day for that. Guess what… You still have 20 hours remaining!

So where do the remaining 20 hours of your week go? According to the Nielsen Company, the average American watches more than 4 hours of TV each day (28 hours a week). By the way, I can't tell you how many people ask me if I've watched "The Biggest Loser" on TV.

If this is you, you might want to consider re-thinking the TV habit or any other time-sucking habit that does not serve you, and invest the time in yourself. In other words, you can either watch "The Biggest Loser" or you can become one! That's really up to you though, isn't it? 

Lauren Miller is a Professional Life Coach and Certified Personal trainer who specializes in coaching for weight-loss. Her company is Your Partner For Change.When Lauren made the shift from personal trainer to wellness coach, her clients were more successful with just a simple regularly scheduled coaching phone call. Why? It's not the exercise or nutrition plan you follow… There are different ways to get your desired result. What is most important is what keeps you motivated to stay on your plan. That's what coaching with Lauren will do for you.You can sign up for her FREE 7-day Best Body Makeover course and receive a 30 minute FREE strategy coaching session by going to []

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