Tag: motivation

Turning Thoughts

After a difficult week last week, Monday I woke up with a bit of fear of the unknown, thinking “oh no, what’s life got for me THIS week?” But I quickly realized that’s not the best approach.  So before I even got out of bed for the day,  I started with a little pep talk …

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Autopilot, Rut-roh!

Nothing wrong with letting our inner auto-pilot take over once in a while, we gotta do what we gotta do, right? But if you’re suddenly finding it harder to get to the gym, go out for that run or fix that “favorite” meal, it may be just that inner-autopilot that’s steering you into the ground. Rut-roh!

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Showing Up

Oh you know how it goes, the same as it does with a lot of folks for making time for their workouts, eating right, etc….we get busy or life throws us a curve ball and something (or thingS) fall by the wayside…

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Fear As Motivation: Friend or Foe?

I’ve been thinking the past day or so about what motivates us to get up and DO. And, is what motivates you to start something necessarily the same thing that motivates you to continue to do something? Obviously this is a highly personal thing, and what’s true for one may not be true for all

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