Boost Your Fertility Health – Start With One Small Change
The holidays can be a time of reflection and self-searching. Though I don’t believe we should wait until the New Year to make positive changes, many of us use the closing of one year and the beginning of another as an opportunity to set resolutions and self-improvement goals.
Becoming healthier in mind, body and spirit is a great place to start. Many of us take on the lofty and generalized resolutions of exercising, losing weight, or even being more charitable. The broadness of these goals can sometimes be paralyzing and therefore unachievable.
Why not try one small thing at a time… something you can do regularly and incorporate into your everyday routine. Instead of tasking yourself with exercising, try committing to a ten minute walk each day. If you want to become a kinder person, try committing to doing one good deed each day, no matter how small.
Make it personable and keep it manageable. As long as your feet are pointed in the right direction, all you need to do is keep walking. One small step at a time.
About Lisa Rosenthal
Lisa has over thirty years of experience in the fertility field. After her personal infertility journey, she felt dissatisfied with the lack of comprehensive services available to support her. She was determined to help others undergoing fertility treatment. Lisa has been with RMACT for eleven years and serves as Patient Advocate and the Strategic Content Lead.
Lisa is the teacher and founder of Fertile Yoga, a program designed to support men and women on their quest for their families through gentle movement and meditation.
Lisa’s true passion is supporting patients getting into treatment, being able to stay in treatment and staying whole and complete throughout the process. Lisa is also a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, which is helpful in her work with fertility patients.
Her experience also includes working with RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association and The American Fertility Association (now Path2Parenthood), where she was Educational Coordinator, Conference Director and Assistant Executive Director.