Welcome back everyone:) Today I am sharing five ways on how to get out of a rut. We have all been there, right? Watching TV for hours in the evening while scrolling through your phone or spending the weekend’s day dreaming about the things that you really want to do. All the time thinking, ‘I just can’t seem to find the motivation to do what I really want to’ or ‘I need to make some changes in my life but I don’t know where to start’.
Welcome back everybody, I hope you all had a fantastic weekend:) This week’s post is all about how to stay focused. Did you ever take a notion to start clearing out and re-arranging your whole bedroom, only at midnight that night to be surrounded by nothing but a HUGE mess, you can’t even see your bed, you wonder why you started and you just want to give up and wish you left your room as it was? Well this is the same feeling we get with anything that we aim to achieve. It seems like a great idea, we dive right in and then when things get a little bit difficult or we get tired we think this wasn’t a good idea after all and just give up and leave things the way they were. Nothing is going to change unless YOU do something about it and not just start it, but keep going, even when you want to give up.
Happy Monday everyone! Today I am sharing some motivational books that are on my to-read list. I thought I would share these with you as I really enjoy these types wellness/business books and they are really great way to get some words of encouragement and read the story behind those who have succeeded. Obviously, as I read these books, I will be reviewing them individually on my bi-weekly ‘what’s on my nightstand’ posts, so keep an eye out for them, but I thought that you might like to get a head start and I would also love any recommendations that you might have!
With this Motivational Monday’s post, confidence and how to gain it, I have shared some things that I have done to change my attitude and be wayyyy less self-conscious. When I look back now, I see that confidence is something that I lacked in certain areas in my twenties. I felt self-conscious about a lot of things but then I turned 30 and it’s sort of like something clicked and I suddenly realised that, the only person who is stopping me from doing what I wanted was Me.
How do you feel at the end of a long hard day or week? Uptight? Tense? Are you sitting at your desk at work or writing a paper for college and thinking that you might want to throw your computer out the window? We have all been there, whether it’s work, kids or just the madness of life in general. Sometimes counting to ten just doesn’t work! If you saw my Instagram stories last week you would have heard me rant a little when my website was not cooperating for me, which is why I have compiled a list of my top tips to de-stress. These are not ground breaking new ideas, they are just small tips and tricks that I like to use every now and then:)