Take a deep look at the most important things in your life.
How useful would they be if any were missing some pieces?
Your car without wheels.
A smartphone with a wireless radio to be connected to the network.
Laptops without screens.
Your home without a power line.
Each one of them is mostly complete without that one part, but still ends
up being pretty useless to you.
The same logic applies to your approach to self-care if you are ignoring a
key area to work on.
There are 5 that matter most:
How often do you hear someone talk about them all?
Most will talk about one, maybe two of them (nutrition, fitness, or both).
Rarely do you hear someone talk about how they "crushed" their sleep
schedule for the week.
Or how they "toned up" thanks to a daily meditation habit and some weekly
The people who do end up getting the results they want do all of those
things but you rarely hear them talk about it.
They're too busy working on improving their healthy lifestyles to stop and
Notice "talking" is not one of the 5 areas listed above?