Why Not Start Today?

We’re excited to announce our newest video series, Something to Share! Doing life together is at the core of our community, and sharing unites us all. Hear from Medi-Share members and employees as they share their stories to help you grow emotionally, physically, financially, and spiritually.

 

Our first episode explores how to begin a new health journey with one of our amazing Health Coaches, Laurie Brachna.

 

 

Highlights

 

  • The wellness journey goes far beyond diet and exercise and includes stress management, life balance, spiritual health, and financial health.
  • Don’t get into a “Monday mentality” in which you wait to start your goals at the beginning of a new week.
  • You’re never going to look back on your wellness journey and wish you started later.
  • When setting larger health goals, break them down into something that works for you AND your family.
  • Set SMART goals. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and with a Timeframe)
  • Pause for celebration when you achieve a goal! But think outside of food rewards. New running shoes, a cool water bottle, a fitness watch or vacation time with family can be great alternatives!
  • You have the ability to achieve all that you dream! Start today and surround yourself with a support system.

Key Quote

“Start now! You are never going to look back on your health journey and regret starting a day earlier than you did… I always encourage that if you’re feeling motivated today, then let’s start today.”

Special Offers

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The Final Word 

When you're considering new wellness goals, it's always important to pray about them. Colossians 1:10 says, "Walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God."

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