You’re not your choices, but you can control them. That’s the message of this guide. It’s also the basis of a lot of what we do here at The Wellness Project—and it’s one that I hope you take to heart.

We know that there are many ways to live a happy and healthy life, and we try not just to give you advice on what habits might work best for your personality type, but also on how those habits work together in synergy or conflict with each other: We want you to see all the options so that you can make the best decision for yourself!

So let’s dive into some ideas about making better choices for yourself!

Eat healthily

Eating right is a good start.

It can be difficult to eat healthy when you’re working full time, but it’s important that you do so. Eating healthily will help keep your body functioning at its best and protect against illness. You should also avoid processed foods, junk food, and sugary snacks like candy or soda.

Instead of eating these things, focus on fruits and vegetables which contain vitamins that are essential for good health: apples (with their high antioxidants), blueberries (for their antioxidants), or dark leafy greens such as kale or spinach.

Exercise regularly

Exercising regularly is one of the best ways to stay healthy and keep your weight in check. It can help you lose weight, feel better about yourself, sleep better at night and live longer!

You’ll likely see results when you start exercising regularly. If you’re trying to lose weight or get fit for the first time or if you’ve been putting it off for a while because of other priorities in life like work or school then getting started on an exercise program will be much easier than initially thought (and definitely more enjoyable).

Exercising isn’t just something that helps burn calories—it also improves your overall moods & energy levels which makes it easier for people who have depression issues but still want something positive happening inside them too…not just those who need something physical going on outside themselves during those times when nothing else seems right anymore either 🙂

Get plenty of sleep

If you want to be healthier and happier, you need to get plenty of sleep. We know that sleep is important for our health; it helps us repair ourselves, which means we’re less likely to get sick.

It also makes us less stressed out (and therefore able to handle stress better), which means that we aren’t so overwhelmed when faced with something stressful in our day-to-day life.

Getting enough sleep can be difficult at first, but once you start getting up earlier every morning and going to bed later every night—and sticking with this routine for at least two weeks—it gets easier!

The key is not falling into old habits of sleeping through alarms or staying up late watching TV shows on Netflix after work instead of getting a good night’s rest first thing in the morning before heading off into another long day ahead.

Make sure your choices are healthy ones.

There are three things you can do to ensure that your choices are healthy.

Get enough sleep. Sleep is important for good health, and it helps you feel more energetic, which will make it easier for you to exercise regularly. If possible, avoid hitting the snooze button in the morning or staying up late after a big night on the town (or both).

Eat healthy foods and avoid high-fat products like cheeseburgers or ice cream sandwiches because these foods may not be good for your body if eaten too often. Instead of eating junk food all day long every day, try eating fruit instead—it contains vitamins like vitamin C which are key nutrients needed by our bodies!

Exercise at least 30 minutes per day without fail — even if it means walking around with no shoes on!


It’s a good idea to make the most of your health. That means getting plenty of sleep, eating well, and exercising regularly.

But it also means that you need to be conscious of what you’re doing so that your choices don’t hurt more than they help. The best way to be in control is by making healthy choices as often as possible.