Happy International Women’s Day!
How many times have you stopped yourself from doing something because you felt that the situation wasn’t ideal, or you worried that you would miss the mark – that it wouldn’t be “perfect”?
Have you stopped yourself from exercising because you wouldn’t be able to get a full workout into your schedule as originally planned? Well, if I can’t do it as planned for the full 30 minutes, then why bother at all?
Have you ever felt discouraged by your results because you felt that your results don’t measure up to those of your friends or to those “perfect” people on Instagram?
These feelings and thoughts are very common. Here’s what you need to know.
The excitement and buzz of a new year filled our veins as the clock struck midnight in January.
A new year. A new decade. A new you?
January is often a time of new beginnings – or, at the very least, a time of desired new beginnings.
The gyms are full in January for the first couple of weeks as people commit to their New Year’s resolutions. By the end of this same month, those left standing are often the ones that were there all along.
Unless you have a strategic, realistic plan to implement, these “new beginnings” are simply wishful thinking and nothing more.