For God’s sake. How do I get motivated? I’m just like “Imma meditate!” Then I’m looking at my phone and I’m like “F*ck it. IDC.”

Isabella A.
Meditation can be a tricky one
Try this – next time you visit the bathroom, wash your hands, apply water and soap – close your eyes and focus on the feeling of the suds on your hands – open eyes and rinse – could repeat drying

Sebastian Y.
IDK I'm so unmotivated myself but I have been doing one thing one day at a time. I am trying to read I've only read one book in a month out of the 50 I have lol i am always here if you would like to be fabulous friends and we can try to help each other

Lonnie U.
Think about why you want to do the things your are doing. Life style. Organization etc. Picture your self in a future. Dnt expect change in just a day. Small steps at a time. Patience

Christian Q.
Don't worry motivation is like a muscle you need to train it. If you can't get motivated right away it's fine. Just do tasks that doesn't need a lot of motivation at first. Do them consistently. Then try doing slightly harder tasks. After a while it becomes easier to get motivated.
Also it is really difficult to get motivated about unimportant things. Think about how cool it will be once you finish doing the task.

Kristina F.
Oh my gosh I do this all the time. I wish I knew how to get motivated but I just am not. I was and now it’s like ugh, why am I doing this!

L Rke W.
You have to commit to it. Try doing 5-10 minutes of meditating and then work your way up. You could also meditate at night when you go to bed 🛏.

Asta N.
Meditation is a habit like brushing your teeth or having a cup of coffee in the morning. At first, it is fragile. Once it’s a daily habit, you will rarely miss it. Start slow with a few minutes. Increase it to 5, then 10, then 15 and finally 20. A lot of good research suggests 20 minutes at a time is a good goal. Beyond that it seems impractical. The key is building a daily habit. What starts as a cobweb becomes a cable. I am now at 1232 days straight. Now it’s a part of who I am. Best daily habit I have.