I have a lot of work in last time and all my days I’m spending there. And if I have a free time at home I’m just laying in bed and do nothing for recovery.
Ignore the big distractions: TV and social media. TV, Netflix, Disney and Amazon Prime shows are basically fatty foods for the brain: they dull the mind and waste your time, making you both docile and dumb. Only post on social media, and reply to comments on your post – never look at anyone’s feed and don’t follow people. Don’t bother looking at most other people lives because most are wasting them talking about themselves… No useful info comes from the mouths of mundane people… the people who are really living life aren’t boasting it all the time.
I waste less time by mapping out what I’m gonna do and when. I try to stay on top of all of my things so that there is nothing that goes to waste.
I m making myself engaged in studying so that I could not procasrinate and if our dream is big the effort that to be taken should be more efficient and effective so that we have to sacrifice something equal to it
- What “secret” exercises you do at your work table?
- What’s a great at-home exercise?
- I struggle with depression, but I always feel better after I exercise. Motivating myself to exercise when I feel so down is difficult, however. Do you have any tricks to motivate yourself to exercise when you just plain don’t want to? 🙂
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise? I need help!
- Do you work out as soon as you wake up?
- How do you get yourself exercising when you are already exhausted or have no energy?
- Practitioners of Ayurveda: How do you start to energize the body? How fast can it happen?
- Why work out if I’m not seeing results?
- How often do you exercise per week and how many hours each session?
- I wake up in the morning, drink water, fold my bed sheets and all, then exercise, and then take a shower. So my question is that should I brush my teeth before or after exercise?