What does that entail? In 2020 you're going to be extra proactive this year about your diet, your exercise, and your health in general. If that sounds like a lot of work, you're right: it is. But this will be work well spent and - dare we say - it might even be a little (or a lot of) fun. It's important to get organized, so start the year off on the right foot.
This means that during the first week of January 2020, you're going to make a big list of everything you know that you'll want to take care of with your health and well-being. This includes: foods you need to cut down on, activities you'd like to engage in, medical visits you're overdue for, and the ways you'd like to just be. Odds are good that this is a pretty large and sprawling list. That gives you the rest of January to start making the plans as to how you're going to tackle them. It's okay if you don't fully know yet. What's important is that you actually have something resembling a plan to make it happen.
February 2020 is when you're going to want to start that exercise routine. The operative word here is "routine": you're going to want to do something you can maintain for a long time. Again, it's okay if you're unsure. You just don't want to jump right to marathons on your first day. If you're already pretty active, great. You're going to keep doing what you're doing but work towards amping things up a bit. It might be time to shake up your current routine and tax your body in other ways. If you're coming straight from the living room couch, congratulations: you've got this. Work your way up slowly. A doctor's visit before all of this might be a good idea, just to make sure you're ready to tackle anything.
In fact, make it a point to get some doctor's visits during spring 2020, or at the very least make your appointments by then. You're going to want to get anything checked out that you've remotely had any concern about. The spring is when you'll want to focus on your physical and mental well being. Everything should be fine, but you want to get ahead of any potential problems ASAP.
That's a lot of effort already and it's just the first half of the 2020 year of the Rat. Summer is when you especially want to concentrate on your diet and nutrition. June is like your Lent: you're going to want to purge anything from your regular menu that is a nutritional disaster. Stick with this. It'll pay off huge dividends later in the year. You'll also want to replace anything you remove with something healthy. You might want to get some help with this. July is the perfect time to consult a nutritionist or even a professional cook. This could even be a friend who you know is especially skilled in the kitchen.
Wrap up 2020 with the satisfaction of having done the job of making yourself well, well. It's no small feat, Pisces, and you'll have spent the year making yourself better. Even if it's felt like a chore, you're going to feel a difference going into next year (if you don't feel it already). But don't drop the ball. Keep up these new good habits you've adopted as best as you can. If you falter, pick yourself up and get right back to it.
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