Step 1: Walk Your Dog
Walk your dog on a very healthy place, this will both benefit you and your dog. Try to walk next to the beach or anywhere on which you can breathe fresh Air and also where you can do a little exercise. Try to walk on different places.
Step 2: Eat Healthy
Eat Healthy ! Avoiding simple carbs and fatty foods doesn't need to be boring. Have fun not only with the food, but with the meal. Eating with family and friends makes the meal more satisfying than eating in front of the TV or in the car on the way home from work. You will also eat more slowly when enjoying your meal, which gives your body time to feel full before you burst a button; your brain needs about 20 minutes to get the signal that you are satisfied, if you eat too fast you will overeat, your stomach will get bloated and you will still feel hungry, there are now on the market a new type of "plates for eating slowly" that keep your food warm while you enjoy, these totally new ceramic "heat retentive plates" remain hot for more than 30 minutes to keep food warm and can be handled safely with the bare hands. There are more creative cooking resources available to us than ever before. You can find great tasting recipes in magazines, books, and right here on the Internet. Eating baked fish three or four times a week can get boring, so do a little recipe hunting to find more exciting ways to prepare your meals.
Step 3: GO HIKING ! :D
Of course hiking is healthy and good for you because it is great exercise. But beyond that there is something innately pleasurable about being outside on a nice day, and doubly so when out in the wilderness. It calms the troubled brow and breathes new life and vigor into our beings. Time seems to slow down, and we have a chance to think about the things that are really important to us.
Step 4: Learning CPR
There's something much more rewarding in store! CPR and First Aid saves lives. There's nothing valued more to humanity than life. And knowing CPR and First Aid can make the difference between life and death. One person taking action at the scene of an accident can make the ultimate distinction. Should your child choke on some food or a toy, or for some reason stops breathing, you will know what to do. You will understand that you need to stay calm, call emergency, and perform the CPR and First Aid techniques you learned.