I had the pleasure of getting to know Jessica Procini, a holistic health counselor, when she was an OBC beta client. As I reviewed her site, I was impressed with the number of practical tips she has to help people stay healthy while living busy lives. Today, she shares her insight (and a delicious recipe) with all of you–my fellow hardworking entrepreneurs.
How many times have you glanced at your to-do list and wondered how you’re going to accomplish everything in the day? There’s just not enough time! When you’ve got a list of things to do that’s a mile long, you might feel foolish or selfish adding things like cooking or taking an evening bubble bath to the list. As busy business peeps, the last thing you would want to do is waste hours in the kitchen when you could just order take out or even skip that meal.
Meal skipping or ‘defaulting’ to pizza, frozen dinners and peanut butter sandwiches can impair your concentration and cause your booty to start slipping south. When you fuel yourself with healthy foods, you’ll have more energy and be ready to plough through your to-do list .
Instead of starting your day with only a cup of coffee before you plug away in front of the computer, try actually eating something. After all, you can’t drive a car on an empty tank. No time to make something? No worries! Try this recipe for my No-Cook Chia Oatmeal. It will literally take you 60 seconds to make, start to finish, and provides you with the nutrients you need to keep rocking your business.
Jessica Procini is a Philadelphia-based weight loss coach whose mission is to help people feel fabulous and find their true happiness—without worrying about silly things like calorie counts. She helps clients connect the dots so they can see a clear picture of their health today, and a path to their optimum health in the future. She has studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, and works with clients virtually as well as in person. You can tap into her wisdom on Twitter or visit her site, Your Path to Health.