We all know that research shows that it takes 21 days to create a habit. From trying to incorporate new fitness habits or trying to stick to the latest eating plan… we’ve all been told the same thing “good habits create successful lives”. But the often overlooked part is that we don’t always have to make monumental changes in life to get the results we seek.
We’ve all vowed to live a happier, healthier lifestyle without compromising our personal goals and mental wellbeing. However, trying to do too much and be too many things to too many people can leave you feeling more overwhelmed than overjoyed. While it might be time to nix the ridiculously unrealistic to-do list, there are some things that you can do, right now, that will leave you feeling fulfilled and right on track!
If you wake up in the morning dreading your day, or find yourself anxious before you’ve even brushed your teeth… it’s time to do something different. You may have convinced yourself that you’re just tired or don’t like your job. And while it may be true… these are also symptoms of burnout.
There are certain job opportunities that you may not be able to find in your local area – but don’t let location hold you back. Be open to other options, like relocating to another state or even internationally. On the flip side, maybe your current job is offering you advancement opportunities with an attractive compensation package. The catch is, to take advantage of it, you’ll have to relocate.
Life can sometimes feel like a battle. It can feel like you are swimming upstream against the tide, with no relief in sight. And while most of us persevere, despite the odds, we often overlook the reality that being worn out, stressed, and overwhelmed can lead to unhappiness, health problems, and mental and emotional strain.
Being confident at work is an empowering feeling. However, when you’re constantly dealing with the rules, structure, and ideas of others, it can be difficult to come by. And when we lack confidence, we open the door to negative beliefs about ourselves.
Deciding to start a new exercise routine can be as overwhelming as it is exciting. If you haven’t worked out in a long time, you may be unsure about your ability. And even though you love the idea of being fit, strong, and better coordinated, you also dread intense physical activity. It’s okay, you’re not alone.Read More