Health: Simplicty

In order to get away from a complex workload, overwhelming lesson plan, and conflicting schedule, we need to maintain a lifestyle of simplicity. Selecting to live a lifestyle of simplicity means less emotional drama, removing stress and allowing us to incorporate rest, fun, and me-time.
This lifestyle of simplicity Is:
Voluntary-it is not forced or involuntary impoverishment. We choose to eliminate drama from every area of our lives: family members, work locations, churches, and friendships.
Free- it allows us to be free from anxiety, frustration, aggravation, and mood swings.
Creative-it allows us to freely use our imagination within our personal and professional lives as we rediscovery our passions or continue to pursue our dreams and goals.
Focus-it allows us to meditate over important areas of our lives. Without focus we may drift into the What If Syndrome.
Disciplined-It allows us to restrain from people, places, and things that detour us from living healthy and fruitful lifestyles.
Healthful- it allows us to live uncluttered and successful lifestyles since we are focused, diligent and disciplined.
“He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly] with your God” (Micah 6:8 NIV).
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Fredina Weems

Fredina J. Usher-Weems’ passion for the field of health and wellness began at the young age of 12, when neighborhood friends and family members declared her the fitness instructor at the daycare center her parents owned in Cleveland, Ohio.  Fredina states that “when the kids came in, we started our morning off doing laps, jumping jacks, and push-ups.”

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