I'd rather be happy than rich or healthy. How about you?
If missing that extra income or eating unhealthy food, or being hungover means I can prioritize something that makes me happy, that's where I'll go.
Sure, I'm all for creating productive habits, watching them become you and take care of themselves unconsciously. But if it doesn't work, I wouldn't keep pushing myself, being miserable only to achieve som second-hander goal of being rich, famous, glorious, immortal or whatever. Give me happy and I'll take fat and poor and extra helpings too.
What about you? have you thought about what it is you really want, what makes you tick?
Note: often, being healthy and productive makes you both happy and rich, but remember to keep your eye on the prize. And the prize is being happy, not living somebody else's life.
Some rich people meet royalty, drive sports cars, test drive helicopters and yachts, wear ridiculously expensive watches, go to champagne spray parties - and seem to have so much fun. Isn't that proof money buys happiness?
No, what they are really doing (I know, because I have done all those things) is trying out stuff to try to be happy. A champagne bottle is just a water pistol, a sports car or a speedboat is a rollercoaster, watches are to get the attention they never got as children.
OK, to be fair, some are probably simply having fun, and when money is no object you can just as well buy your own fun wherever you are; No need to go to Disneland if you own a Lamborghini. Why buy a cheap watch when the money has to be spent anyway... and the service is soooo good?
But don't stress your life or your economy to copy the 1%. That won't make you happy, only stressed and miserable.
When the truly rich spray each other with several cases of vintage champagne, it's like when ordinary people splash water at each other in the pool. The rich are not checking anxiously that people notice them when they order a magnum champagne with fireworks - like you do. They order four at a time just to make sure there is some at the table all the time - for convenience. If a couple of bottles are left when they leave, they couldn't care less than you would if there's still water in the pool when you get up.