How you start your day is the first step in determining how you will finish. Morning exercise is a great way to start your day. It will clear your mind, give you energy boost and will motivate you to stay healthy all day by making smart food choices. Even some stretching and a brisk walk is enough to wake up your body.
After a morning workout, take a deep breath, have some breakfast, set a daily goal and step out the door with a smile on your face and a desire to make this day the best yet.
Starting your day energized and happy will increase your chances of having a successful and productive day. Morning workout isn’t just about starting strong, it’s about finishing even stronger.
Wishing you all a wonderful and successful day! 🙂
“How do you start a habit? Some people have no trouble starting — it’s the sticking-to-it that’s hard. But others have been wanting to do something for years and just can’t get into it.
Either way, you want to start as easy as possible.
Starting is the key to a habit. If you don’t start, you won’t ever make it a habit. So make it as easy as possible. Want to exercise? Just lace up your shoes and get out the door. Even just 5 minutes is all you need.
What if you want to do much more, because you’re excited? Don’t. Start as simply as possible. Why? Because the sticking-to-it is made much, much easier if you are doing a tiny habit. Try forming the habit of running for 30 minutes a day, and then try the habit of 5 minutes of running a day. Which do you stick with longer? I can already tell you the answer: the easy one.
If you want a habit to stick, start so incredibly simply that you can’t fail. Later, you can iterate on the habit until it’s at the level you really want. But start easy.” – Leo Babauta
Read more>>>How To Start
You can do something if you are willing to take the chance and start it.
“There will be days where you don’t want to get up early, or want to skip the gym. Recognize the difference between being lazy and needing to rest. Recognize that taking a week off isn’t hurtful, but can be helpful. Your body speaks to you in so many ways that we don’t often recognize or acknowledge. I say this all the time, but mindset is everything. Loving and respecting your body and it’s needs is so important! The next time you need a day off forgive yourself for it, and then get after it again the next day. Rest and reset. One bad day won’t undo 5 good ones. A bad day is only a bad day if you make it.” – @hiimkelly11
Read more >>>When you’re tired, learn to rest not quit
“It’s not about getting in to shape, it’s about getting in to life” – AlaskaFit
Read more>>> How To Easily Smash Your Goals
Decide. Commit. Succeed.
You need to know that you’ve always been beautiful. Now you’re only changing your daily habits to be healthier, not to be more beautiful. If you decided to start exercising, make sure it’s for the right reasons. “The goal of exercise should always be to feel good in your body, rather than look good in it”, says Isabel Foxen Duke a Certified Health Coach and Emotional Eating Expert.
Read more>>> Are You Exercising For The Right Reasons?
New month, new goals, new opportunities. Let’s go! STOP doing something that makes you unhappy, moody, dissatisfied, cranky…If you have to drink more water, get up and grab it NOW. If you need to move more, take the stairs instead of the elevator. Stop blaming the weather, the time or the work for your lack of will to get started. Don’t miss a chance to create a better results. Each day is a new opportunity to be better and do better than the day before.
Ask yourself how can you make this month, better than the month before. Remember that little steps go a long way. Don’t give up on yourself.
I wish you great and successful new month! Make at least one of your goals come true. You’ll feel much better.
Weekend is here. Stay motivated. Don’t skip your workout. Eat like it’s a weekday. Don’t let the weekend ruin all your hard work and progress.
Remember your goals and have a wonderful weekend! 🙂
Speaking from experience, I can say that having a craving doesn’t mean you’re hungry, it usually means you need to feel better. Whenever you feel like eating, ask yourself whether you’re really hungry or you just need someone to talk to or some way to express what is bothering you. Emotional eating is turning to food for comfort, boredom, sadness, anger or to soothe stress. So before you reach for a double cupcake, a plate of french fries or a glass of soda check to see if you may be stressed, sad or bored. If this is the case, try to find the best distraction. For instance, if you’re upset, call a friend and talk it over. If you’re stressed, make yourself a bubble bath and relax. Warm water will release the tension. Or go for a walk. Any kind of physical activity helps to reduce stress.
“Australian researchers found that distracting your brain really does work. When a food craving hits, divert your attention to something visual not related to food, like typing an email.” – Sally Kuzemchak, RD
Read more >>> Am I Hungry?
Read more>>> 4 Ways To Outsmart A Craving