Are you eating right, exercising well but still not being results? It’s super important to realize the habits holding you back from achieving your health and fitness goals aren’t always food or workout-related.
If you’re frustrated at your lack of progress, it might be time to look at your routine, relationships and living environments to figure out exactly what is keeping you stuck.
The state of your circumstances are usually a reflection of your behaviors and habits!
Healthy boundaries with yourself, relationships and day-to-day events empower you to feel in control over your life, build your self-esteem, and most importantly create space for yourself so you can guard your energy.
When you wake up and immediately check your phone, you’re being bombarded with new messages, emails, to-dos, and other things that can make you feel stressed and anxious. Incorporating an intentional morning routine means you can start the day on your own terms.
I’ve always said that motivation gets you started but habit keeps you going. Once you’ve established routines, good habits will become second nature. Start small and work at building a routine into one part of your day at a time, like creating a night time routine to help you wind down, relax and get a better night’s sleep.
Get clear on your priorities for the day (like working out, meditating or meal prep) and make sure you schedule them in, like you would appointments or meetings.
Hitting snooze is detrimental to your time management and overall circadian rhythm, as it signals your brain to literally go back to sleep. Imagine how much more you could get done in your day if you stopped hitting snooze? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Set reminders on your phone to get up and walk around for five minutes every hour, or stand while you work instead. It all adds up!
We typically compare the WORST we think of ourselves to the BEST we presume about others, which is just downright UNFAIR, girl! I promise you’ll achieve more in your day if you stop worrying about what others are doing and start taking your own action
Are you doing ‘a lot’ but not actually finishing anything? Instead of jumping from one thing to the next, commit to one thing at a time and commit to doing it well!
When you think about it, eating healthy foods and moving your body are easy. It’s creating a mindset that chooses to 𝐩𝐫𝐢𝐨𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐳𝐞 these things that takes practice and repetition.
At the end of the day, it’s important to take care of yourself first, especially during challenging times, by establishing clear boundaries and a healthy routine.
I teach my clients the importance of a holistic approach to redesigning their lifestyle, rooted in behavior change and building positive habits.
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