7 Ways to Make Your 2016 Epic

Your New Year’s Eve resolutions are made but can you stick to it? Yes is the short answer so as to ensure an improved you in the new year.


Starting now you can make the rest of your life the best of your life. It is up to you.

You will be healthier and happier this year. You will get younger and fitter in mind and body!

Follow these key ingredients to ensure your 2016 is the best ever.

(1) Write out your work, life, fitness etc. goals and ensure they are somewhere prominent;


I personally want to: (a) Run a sub 3:25 marathon and qualify for Boston; (b) Help over a million people improve their life through Primed; (c) Get into meditative practices and yoga; and (d) Spend more quality time loving and enjoying my beautiful family; (e) Create wonderful Primed recipes that taste great, are easy to prepare and not expensive; (f) Do/use more: Lemons, fasting, laughing, gratitude exercises, public speaking, company speaking, networking, hugging, standing and walking; (g) Get more spice in my life!

What are your goals?  You have a better chance of success if you write them down and let people know.  

(2) Keep a record of all your food, beverages and exercise as a constant reminder to yourself to not slip up. This is important and a great habit for you to do that will aid you to successfully reach your written goals.  If you then have a friend or coach to be accountable to then that is a great bonus.

I keep a track of all my swim, bike and running exercise as well as my eccentric gym sessions. This is then a motivating tool for me to maintain training so as to get faster and stronger.

I record all my food and drinks daily. I also record my sleep, when I intermittently fast, my fasted blood sugar and sleep quality.

Blood sugar control

(3) Get an old (or current) fat pic of you when you were not as fit and healthy and also carry that around with you.  This then serves as a motivation to eat Primed and get healthier (coincidentally slimmer too).

Chunky Chad

(4) Get a Good Wellness Coach/Trainer

This person will have specialized knowledge and have your interest at heart.

I love teaching my Primed clients the why to eat Primed and also helping them with the how to.

(5) Don’t be too hard on yourself if you slip up but add to your notes/log about how bad and sick it made you feel (include the sugar addiction element with the sugar high followed by the sugar crash).  This ill feeling can manifest in headaches, joint pain, foggy mind, lack of energy, lack of quality sleep, bad skin and irregular bowel movements to name a few symptoms.  Hopefully this then motivates you to avoid the bad junk “foods” that made you feel bad.

Sugar addiction

(6) Celebrate your success and buy yourself a new top when you reach a milestone(or dinner celebration etc.). You probably saved more than the expense by not buying that food like substance any way and will definitely save on doctors bills, pharmacy expenses for drugs and hospital visits too.


(7) Ensure you have your specially prepared snacks of a bananas, boiled eggs, 72% dark chocolate (no gluten ingredients), nuts or Primed Dark Chocolate Brownie etc. and eat these instead of the bad processed food temptations that will have negative health consequences for you.  Avoid fast foods, vegetable oils, grains, soy, low-fat chemical rubbish and sugars as much as possible and you will surely be healthier and happier this year.

Chocolate Brownies



The final word:

Little by little

Images with thanks to: https://www.facebook.com/TheRawfoodfamilyhttps://www.facebook.com/PaleoHacks and https://www.facebook.com/overfedandundernourishedmovie.

If you or your company need assistance in reaching your 2016 Wellness Goals then please feel free to contact me here or at 0929-421-2148.

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