Sunday, 20 December 2015

Healthy ever after - why I want to become a Bruce Lee of financial independence

   Yes, we are aiming for financial independence, and i heard people eating only noodles or some other things like that. But in my opinion, because even me, at the beginning, i was temped to do everything in order to save x% more, we need to learn to enjoy life altogether, even if we want to be financially free. A Chinese saying tell us: Best time ever to plant a tree was 20 years ago, second best time is now. I am talking about the habit of living healthy, eating well and sleeping properly. While on short term some side hustle burst of extra-activity are welcomed, on long term we need to take care of us first, because will make no sense to have all the money and couldn't enjoy the benefit because poor health. I remember in 1979, one flight departing for New Zealand to sightseeing the Pole, and the route had 1.5 degree error, but somebody was thinking that this is irrelevant. They ended up crashing into a volcano - Mount Erebus. Small things, if not corrected, can lead to major catastrophes. 
   So, that's why, starting from now, i will add to my monthly report some health data. Today was a perfect day for this, as i had a yoga session in the morning, followed by a strength training in the afternoon, and 5 km/3.1 miles run (5k in 2015 Challenge achieved!!!). Probably will be something like:
Week 14-20.12
Weight - 81kg
Body Fat - 16%
Training session - 1
Running session - 2
Yoga session      - 1

I will see at the end of the month. Anyway, i feel good i started again, because in between 12.11-14.12.2015 i have not done too much except working and walking from and to work.

Sleep: Aiming for an average 8 hours/night. I always try to go to sleep early but something happen. Every day.

Eating: The idea is not to eat cheapest food, but to cook wisely and efficient with top ingredients.

That's all for today. Have a perfect week.


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