Do away with NEGATIVE thoughts.
Starting the week off with an inspirational quote helps me get through at least the first three days of the week.
This morning I had to remind myself why I get up early every weekday…oh yeah! school.
Last week I was having problems believing in myself, and I was lack faith in myself.
From my hair to school, to work. [and everything in between]…no faith.
I wanted to shake myself and scream “don’t stop believing!” lol. (Glee reference 😉
So this week can I ask you guys and myself to believe in yourself.
The Master Goals Sheer helps you to build up your goals. This allows you to chart out all the goals (in total) that you would like to accomplish. What I love about this sheet is that it allows you to write all your goals out and allows you to create a plan that will help you to get back on track.
This sheet will let you analyze the goals you individually. I love that it lets you write all the steps needed in accomplishing that specific goal. Plus, you can write down a reward that will help in motivating you to reaching that main goal.
What I did was print these out from Get Buttoned Up and added them to my planner.
This was an easy way to check up on my goals daily.
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Come on ladies!
When is the last time you got off the couch and off your laptop to do a workout?
While I was typing my last post I remembered how awesome I was at incorporating 2-3 workouts a day into my schedule. Basically I was all about homework, work, and working out. Seriously, and I had it down to the tee.
Like I said before you go through things in your life that alter your routines and when that happens we can’t sulk (for a year and a half, like me).
So my goal this week is to slowly incorporate a workout once a day in the morning.
Walking, yoga, dancing (zumba), lifting, swimming, anything!!!!
To sort of motivate me into getting my gears going I have put together a motivation collage =)
By the way I use to do a 2 mile jog/run in 13 minutes! Man, I was good (for me) and I want to get back to doing that.
I see these runners that blog and I get so motivated and envious when I read about how awesome and fit they are! But what I need to do is aspire not envy!