This rule also applies outside the classroom. I know one of my strengths is that I am a really good planner and preparer. I generally do a really good job planning the weekly dinner menu and do a good amount of pre-cooking each week. But I don't always do a good job of planning my breakfasts and lunches. So this week I have decided to strengthen my area of strength and plan out all of my meals. I have a plan for all my food this week. I am going to really focus on calorie counting (something I was really good at last winter-spring but haven't done so well with lately). I am hoping by relying on this strength it will help me in other areas that I'm not as strong in. I am not very good of coming up with meal ideas on the spot. I am really good at finding ideas online and recreating them.
I'm hoping this week will be a time when I can get back on track. I have kind of gotten off course with my eating and I don't like the way I feel when I do that. My body feels so much better when I'm eating the best foods for me. Several years ago (like the cartoon says) I didn't fully comprehend that what I was eating mattered in how I looked and felt. Now I know how the two are so connected.
What areas of health and wellness are you really strong in? What areas do you have to compensate for?