How to conquer the fear of lifestyle?
Lifestyle Theory is a book that I read about six summers ago. The premise is that there are three levels of your lifestyle, and each level must be overcome to complete the process of moving on to the next. I’ve never quite embraced this theory as the book suggests, so I’ve been working on it for awhile now. By the end of this post, I’ll be able to say I’ve conquered the fear of lifestyle theory.
It’s important to understand that the lifestyle we choose is just one of many aspects we need to take into consideration. And these aspects can change from day to day based on our own preferences, emotions, and desires. It is important to also understand that these aspects can also change over time. For example, if I were to start living a more healthy lifestyle, I would change my diet, but I would also change my lifestyle.
What is this post about?
This post is very relevant to both of these things. So I’m going to make some points that may seem unrelated but apply. I’m going to give you 3 simple steps that could help you keep your life more balanced, more happy, and more fulfilled.
If you keep your life balanced, your happiness will increase, and your fulfillment will increase. So there you go, you can keep your life more balanced, and you can keep your happiness, and you can keep your fulfillment.
The first thing I would say is that I tend to run on the unhealthy side of things. If I want to lose weight and maintain a certain shape, I will just eat whatever I want and stay unhealthy. The same with exercising. I just do it more out of fear that there’s going to be an event that I will have to exercise. The second thing is to change the way you think of your own lifestyle.
What type of belief is it?
The fear of the lifestyle theory has been around for a long time, long before the internet. It’s kind of like the belief that your body must be in perfect condition to be a healthy person. This is something that I think is a myth. So if you feel you are doing everything right, you’re probably doing everything wrong.
Like most people, I tend to view my life as a series of events. I do things like make decisions about what I eat, what I wear, what I watch, what I write about, etc, but I also think a lot about my own lifestyle as a series of choices. So I may be eating a lot of carbs in the morning, but I may be going to the gym first thing in the morning, and then I might be doing a lot of cardio in the afternoon.