Find Your Starting Point To Take Care Of Your Wellbeing


365 Ways To Wellbeing – 362nd Way

Taking care of your wellbeing is a life long journey. There’s no end for that journey. To be well you have to take care of your wellbeing every day. The sooner you start, the better. And better later than never. It´s never too late to start improving the quality of the rest of your life.

Probably all of us have seen headlines like “TOP 5 ways to better health, How to be well and live happy or Read how she lost 20 kg!”  You can find plenty of advices and recommendations from the magazines, books, TV and Internet to take care of your wellbeing. The problem is not the shortage of advices but that they are too many.

How to find wellbeing ways that work for you? How to stop the vicious circle where you start a new hobby or diet but end up finishing it after a while because you get fed up with that? How to achieve permanent results in taking care of your wellbeing?

One thing that I´ve learned to be pretty important is to find your starting point to take care of your wellbeing. Acknowledge the level of your physical health, your age, your family situation, your life history, your interests, your needs, your natural rhythm, your work, etc. Take them as your foundation on a search for better wellbeing. All human beings have similar features but we all have also different kinds of bodies and minds.

When you read or listen to advices, compare them to your starting point. Don´t just read and listen and blindly follow. The more aware you are of your starting point (read: THE BETTER YOU KNOW YOURSELF) the better chances you have to be able to filter useless advices. Concentrate on things that are best for you.

When you find your way it helps you to keep motivated, achieve good results and be persistent in keeping up your wellbeing.

My wellbeing challenge has showed me my starting point and what wellbeing ways work best for me. That´s going to be a BIG thing in my and my family´s life in the future!


Read more about my “Wellbeing Challenge 2013 – 365 Ways To Wellbeing”.

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