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When it comes to over­all health and well­be­ing, it’s the choices you make every day that make the big­gest dif­fer­ence

As the weather gets warmer, and the sun shines brighter, you can prac­ti­cally feel the sum­mer hol­i­days com­ing around the cor­ner. Be­com­ing more ac­tive in the warmer months is much, much eas­ier than it is in win­ter, when head­ing out­side for a walk or jog means wear­ing five lay­ers and dodg­ing rain­drops and puddles.

How­ever in the age of #fit­spo and uber toned In­sta­gram in­flu­encers, it can be easy to get swayed by the some­times in­tense world of phys­i­cal fit­ness. There’s al­ways a new diet or new ex­er­cise grab­bing aen­tion, but the key point of stay­ing healthy isn’t as glam­orous as a Bey­oncé dance class, or as con­fus­ing as a ke­to­genic diet. It’s one word: con­sis­tency. What you do every day will have far more im­pact than what you do spo­rad­i­cally, and this time of year is a great time to get into build­ing easy, ev­ery­day habits that will make the big­gest dif­fer­ence to your over­all health.

The only prob­lem is – it’s kind of bor­ing. If you had a dol­lar for every time you’d been told to drink more wa­ter, eat more greens and go for more walks, you’d be rolling in it, right? But the rea­son those things keep be­ing re­peated over and over again is be­cause they’re true. Dull, but true.

The is­sue with look­ing at dras­tic quick fixes to over­haul your health is that when they’re over, you just go back to your nor­mal

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