Make time for better health on busy days

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Staying hydrated is essential for good health, and since people can carry water with them nearly any place they go, it takes virtually no extra time at all. Getty Images photo
Fitting in time to exercise and eat sensible meals can be impractical, if not impossible, when the demands of daily life get in the way. If busy days limit a person’s ability to live as healthy of a lifestyle as they desire, take charge by squeezing in fitness and smart snacking when and where they can. First, sneak in some exercise. Even on days they can’t make it to the gym, people can find ways to get their body moving. Forego the closest parking spaces and get in a little cardio with a walk into the office or while running errands. Skip the elevator and use the stairs. Swap out a traditional desk chair for a standing desk or a balance ball that gets in a little core exercise. Make a point to write down fitness resolutions and stick to them. [caption id="attachment_10173" alig
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