Wellness is related to so many things, like your body, finances, environment, etc. Some people find it expensive, but what makes you turn down an offer—the price or the value?
Let’s look at some possible situations in which you might spend money on wellness.
Even the best-laid carpet needs to be replaced after a few years. A carpet is more pleasant and warmer than hardwood materials for relaxing, playing, and working.
If you’ve had a carpet for 5–14 years, you’ve probably noticed stains that won’t go away, that it’s worn, and that your allergy symptoms have increased. So you go shopping and buy a new one. You’ve rolled it down on your floor, and it’s now tidier and it feels more comfortable.
Doesn’t it feel a little rewarding, like you’ve completed an achievement?
It could also be your new pair of shoes, a new car, or an accessory that gives you confidence, makes you feel cheerful, and makes you more proud of yourself.
In all of these cases, you gladly pay the money since you already know what you’re going to get.
But the result can be a little uncertain in some cases; why? Because most of the time, you have to adapt, put in effort, and apply yourself. Only the first of many steps towards “wellness” was made in the financial transaction; living a healthy life takes more than just a financial transaction. The journey might be quite tedious and slow.
It is because time, dedication, consistency, effort, and a goal are necessary. It’s more than just a trial; it’s a way of living.
Wellness may appear difficult to grasp, and it may appear that it is easier not to bother, but you may be surprised to learn how close the certainty is when we DO NOT invest in our health and wellness.
Here are a few examples:
The financial costs of ignoring wellness
The emotional cost of putting off health
The physical cost of disregarding wellness
As you can see, investing in your health and well-being won’t provide you with the same immediate dopamine high as buying a new vehicle, a new handbag or an outfit, but it will offer you a sense of confidence, achievement, assurance, and control.
Not many investments could give us a return that is so substantial and long-term.
That’s why investments in wellness will pay off today and in the long run.
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