Simply Organised | Series 1 Episode 3 : Simple Steps to Health

The Simply Organised podcast aims to explore the world of simplifying and help you create realistic organisation systems in business Health and home. Being simply organised doesn’t mean being perfect or minimalist. It’s about using what you already have and creating systems to help take back control and live life on your own terms.

Listen now on Buzzsprout or Apple Podcasts or check out the first couple of episodes below:

Series 1 | Episode 3 : Simple Steps to Health

Welcome to episode 3 of Simply Organised – the podcast that helps you create realistic organisation systems for everyday life In business, health and home.

In this episode we are talk about the 4 pillars of health from Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s book The 4 Pillar Plan and my own 5th addition – feeling organised!  We look at 5 suggestions for each pillar and how these can be realistically implemented into your everyday life. 

I’ve then also set a mini health challenge for which you can find a free template below or on my Instagram story highlights under Podcast.

Simply Organised Mini Health Challenge Habit Tracker – Simply Organised Mini Health Challenge Habit Tracker .pdf

Link to The 4 Pillar Plan by Dr Chatterjee –  https://amzn.to/3ja04fN

Link to Eat Pretty, Live Well by Jolene Hart – https://amzn.to/3JkuMgG

Link to 20% off from Your Super – https://yoursuper.mention-me.com/me/referee/registerko/99177642/397183676/er/9343a90d0d16e7308f1a7f5388c2c32cb1895c3f/ol/cw?epr=1

As always I’d love to hear from you and I hope you enjoyed this episode of Simply Organised 🙂

Ellie xx

www.businesshealthandhome.co.uk

Published by Ellie Hully

Business Health & Home

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