We explore how the little things we do every day can have a big impact on our health. Today, we’re diving into the topic of convenience and how it can actually be hurting us.
Have you ever noticed that the more convenient something is, the less healthy it tends to be? We’re talking junk food, drive-thrus, and sedentary lifestyles. But what if I told you that embracing a little inconvenience could actually be the key to better health?
In Michael Easter’s book “The Comfort Crisis,” he explores how convenience can be detrimental to our physical well-being. And it’s not just about getting off the couch and moving more (although that’s important too!). It’s also about the calorie density of our food and the addictive nature of junk food.
So, let’s challenge ourselves to do something a little inconvenient but healthier every week. Maybe we eat out less often or opt for a walk instead of a Netflix binge. It’s all about taking small steps towards a healthier lifestyle.
Remember, we don’t have to sacrifice the things we love for the sake of our health. But by embracing a little inconvenience, we can make a big impact on our overall well-being.