Do You Value Your Health And Wellbeing?
Today I’m just having a moment where I want you to consider how much you value your health.
I kinda fell off the radar the last 2 months thanks to a major crisis because I turned 30 not so long ago.
But thanks to several days spent lying in an empty bathtub in the foetal position while listening to Vanessa Carlton’s – 1000 Miles, I’ve managed to turn it around and get back to business.
So I’m back in the land of writing once again.
(You can catch my most recent blog here: What I Learn From Turning 30)
So today I’m just throwing this out:
When it comes to your health and wellbeing, do you.
A – Go to the cheapest doctor you can find purely based on price
B – Go to the best doctor you know will be able to fix you
When it comes to owning a gym, I always look at how people value and perceive their health.
When we buy cheap products, you generally know they’ll break or give you hassle. (there’s one squeaky bench in my gym that I saved €100 on but it sounds like the bed belonging to a lady of the night – I’ve soon to replace it)
But when it comes to our own health and wellbeing, we seem to be prepared to skimp it even though it can be detrimental to our own health.
And it can be very easy to just take your health for granted, but then regret it once something may go wrong (fingers crossed we’re all good and healthy)
So, do you aim for cheap when it comes to your health and wellbeing.
Or do you invest in yourself and your future health?
Colm “making my way down town, walking fast, faces pass, and i’m home bound” Duignan