While it’s true that our daily ‘normal’ has been quite upturned as of late, there’s no reason why we can’t find positivity among the difficulty. In fact, it’s often the case that people feel a renewed urge for pushing towards a new normal provided the context is right, no matter if that’s at the new year, at the end of a relationship, or after realizing the weight they have put on.


But how can we healthily begin a new normal and sustain an improved life when we are the ones in need of improvement? It’s not an easy question to answer. That being said, we all have an undetermined amount of potential we could realize, and we owe it to ourselves to find what that may be.


So, in the following words, we hope to give you three loving tidbits of advice, aimed at helping you renew and structure your life in a wholesome, welcome manner. After all, excellence is never an act, but a habit:


Perfecting Your Supplement Intake

It’s important to focus on a healthy, balanced diet, but also to ensure that your supplements provide the extra sustenance you need. Additionally, tailoring this to suit your requirements, be that added hair vitamins, or supporting your overall vitamin and mineral intake depending on factors such as your age, gender, activity levels, your family health history, the climate you live in and your overall food intake, will ultimately help you gain ownership of your health and cover your potential blind spots. For that reason, a healthy interest in learning about supplements and the science behind them can help anyone progress to the next level with care and clarity. After all, we must never underestimate the value of a detailed eye to aid our improvement.


Meal Planning & Prep

It’s not easy to perfect your dietary intake each day, but planning and prepping meals ahead of time can often help us settle into any new eating routine. For instance, we may decide to make a batch of excellent work lunches filled with vegetables and beautiful macro balancing, just to help us avoid heading to the local fast food joint at lunch. The more you settle into a routine with regular prep cycle, the better you can feel about your new normal, and the more welcome change will seem.


Putting Your Health First

It’s important to prioritise your health. It’s easy for people to judge those who are neglecting their health as somewhat silly, or uncaring, or lazy. Sometimes, this might be true. But it’s also true that people simply live busy, intensive, sometimes chaotic lifestyles. They cannot be expected to be perfect. For instance, when starting a new job, the overwhelming new routine will sometimes knock your perfect health maintenance of your feet a little, especially if it’s not a first priority of yours right now. Yet it can be worthwhile to remind ourselves of its place on our list, and to make adjustments from time to time. This way, you can find you’re less tyrannical about your own health maintenance, which ironically motivates you to perform more reliably.


With this advice, we hope you can more easily find your newer, healthier normal.