Staying motivated isn’t an easy task.
Why do you think motivational speakers exist? Why do you think Anthony Robbins makes millions of dollars selling his self-help books, tapes, and seminars? The truth is, you have to design your life around getting a consistent dosage of motivation. There are different ways to do this and it doesn’t just have to deal with making vision boards, putting up photos of vacation homes or the body that you want. It requires a clear understanding of the reasons why you want you want, an understanding of your internal drive.
Now, you can easily google “How To Stay Motivated” and you’ll find a ton of tips from a lot of different people. But, you know how we love to make things more convenient for you. So, here are the top 11 tips that we’ve gathered on how to stay motivated:
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Stop apologizing for the things you enjoy eating.
Stop apologizing for the things you enjoy wearing.
Stop apologizing for how you prefer to spend your day.
Stop apologizing for the things that make you happy.
Hip flexibility is something that is so important but yet so overlooked in our daily lives. Our daily routines can create a lot of tension in our hip joints without us even realising it.
Therefore, today’s practice is a very yin style of practice, that can help to gradually open up our hips, gain greater range of motion, and help to prevent injuries!
Mega Meal Prep 😍 Mon-Fri meals
Breakfast: 1/3 cup steel cut oats, 1/2 cup 2% plain Greek yogurt, topped with raspberries
Snack: trail mix of blueberries, dried cranberries, walnuts, and almonds
Lunch: 6 oz buffalo marinated chicken breast, sweet potato or sweet potato fries, steamed broccoli, and sautéed spinach, romaine jar salad with olive oil
Snack: homemade protein oat bar, pre-bagged popcorn
Post-workout: 2 rice cakes with PB and apple butter, 2% fage plain Greek yogurt (or protein shake), lychees
Dinner: 4oz taco seasoned 90/10 ground beef, sautéed spinach, steamed broccoli, and sweet potato or sweet potato fries
Snack: Casein shake before bed
youre so cool teach me
come to my house, let me keep you in my closet. please.
Can I get paid to do this for people
I don’t know why this makes me feel better but wow did I need to hear this.
Hand lettered in the Donald Design studio.
I’m learning more in this season that adventure in life doesn’t just mean going out into the mountains. Adventure is moving into action. It’s going on a journey, where you don’t know the next turn that’s ahead. That type of journey takes trust. A lot of trust. The unknown of each turn ahead is scary… But it builds up character. The greatest adventures in life are blindly moving forward & knowing that the end result is worth it even though you have no idea what that will look like or how in the world you will ever arrive. All this to say, I couldn’t agree more with this quote. “Comfort is the great adventure thief.” Because it takes courage to step out of the comforts in life.