What Little Changes Helped You Be Healthier In 2017?

Tell us about the simple steps you took to feel healthier this past year — whether it was mentally or physically.

Leading a healthy lifestyle can be tough, especially if your schedule is busy AF.

Leading a healthy lifestyle can be tough, especially if your schedule is busy AF.

Who really wants to go to the gym after a long day of work and running errands? I definitely don't.

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So we want to know, what small and doable steps did you take toward living a healthier lifestyle in 2017?

So we want to know, what small and doable steps did you take toward living a healthier lifestyle in 2017?

We're looking for simple changes you made that helped you live a little bit healthier this past year — whether it was mentally or physically.

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Maybe you decided you weren’t going to bring your phone to bed anymore, so that you could get better sleep.

Maybe you decided you weren't going to bring your phone to bed anymore, so that you could get better sleep.

No checking emails or social media in the middle of the night.

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Or you decided that you were going to be better about saying no, even though it may upset people.

Or you decided that you were going to be better about saying no, even though it may upset people.

You have to take time for you. The world will go on if you say no.

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Maybe you made it a point to go grocery shopping for whole, nonprocessed foods, at least once a week and therefore ate out less.

Maybe you made it a point to go grocery shopping for whole, nonprocessed foods, at least once a week and therefore ate out less.

Takeout is a little less tempting when you have a well-stocked fridge.

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Or you started adding frozen, ready-to-cook veggies to every meal you make.

Or you started adding frozen, ready-to-cook veggies to every meal you make.

No prep time makes for a happy cook!

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Perhaps, you committed to working out for 15 to 20 minutes every other day, even if it was just in your living room.

Perhaps, you committed to working out for 15 to 20 minutes every other day, even if it was just in your living room.

Since you know going to the gym after work hours is probably not going to happen.

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Or committed to drinking a little less alcohol at social events or work functions.

Or committed to drinking a little less alcohol at social events or work functions.

A little can go a long way.

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