Blindly chasing a vague sense of success isn’t motivating enough. Until you find something worth doing, you won’t do anything.
You worry about your future. You worry about your parents. You worry about anything and everything. But worrying means you care.
Write, paint, do photography, build something, decorate your apartment, etc. There is nothing more cathartic than opening up and finding your voice in creative expression.
Don’t guilt yourself into not taking mental/physical health days. This life we’re all leading can be tumultuous and tiresome. You’ll be happier after you recuperate and don’t allow yourself to feel shame in not being 100% all the time. You’re human.
Downsizing side effects include, but are not limited to: a strong, drama-free circle, a more positive work environment, reciprocal and genuine relationships, less noise in your ear, and a decent career plan filled only with options that make your heart come alive.
Count the times you chew when eating, to slow down and enjoy every single bit of the flavor that might be hidden.
Because if we truly believe in them, they will.
30-45 minutes of LISS cardio. Some days, I just don’t have the energy or desire to push myself on the treadmill or track. As much as I try to interval train, sometimes it’s a Monday and I really don’t want to, okay?!? LISS is great because you’re just focused on maintaining the same pace for a set period of time.
Your worth is never predetermined —you determine it, and once you do the world responds.
No one just becomes successful, everyone has a story, and everyone has lost or failed at something.