31 Ways to a Healthier You

Sarah Sung
by Sarah Sung
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31 Ways to a Healthier You

Little things add up to big things and success breeds more success. In this spirit, we’ve put together a little, easy-to-follow calendar of small things, that — over 31 days with all things being equal — add up to a major accomplishment: a healthier you.

Resolutions or not, join this 31-day challenge with us. If it works for you, then do it again and again to create a lifestyle of healthy living.

About the Author

Sarah Sung
Sarah Sung

An avid runner, cyclist, swimmer, yogi and all-around gym rat, Sarah has written lifestyle, health and fitness content for publications including AFAR, San Francisco Chronicle, Sonima and UrbanDaddy. Now she manages editorial for MyFitnessPal and MapMyFitness. In her spare time she teaches indoor cycling in San Francisco and has raced in triathlons in California and Hawaii. Traveling and checking out the latest dining scene are always high on her to-do list.

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6 responses to “31 Ways to a Healthier You”

    • Avatar epickett says:

      Jeez, guys – it’s just suggestions for small changes that most people can incorporate into their day. It won’t get you out running a marathon, but it’s a start. Lighten up, Francis.

  1. Avatar tarika says:

    waste of time

  2. Avatar BradentonBungalow says:

    Not to be silly, but there should be something on there about sex. It has a great number of health benefits and should be tracked just as exercise or drinking water, eating breakfast, etc. is.

  3. Avatar Sarah says:

    I’m a little concerned about going meatless for a day. It’s been shown that meat adds valuable protein to a diet as well as being heart-healthy. Why on earth would we want to remove it from a meal? It seems like there is an underlying agenda here…

    • Avatar Kathee-Pooh says:

      Meat is protein which you can get from other foods. It actually takes your body longer to digest meat. So there’s no hidden agenda.

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