Having someone else help hold me accountable helps.
If I'm enjoying the thing I get more into it
I'm not figid in my doing. Whether I did everything or not, I am kind to myself andfocus on doing better next time.
If I am short in time or need to be there for someone else, it is easy to find a way..
It's clear to me that there is little in my genetic makeup naturally orienting me towards ritualised self-discipline, and that once inspiration has gone (usually after a couple of months) I will flounder on my habits.
Consistency is key and even the best of us trip up from time to time. That’s life! Just celebrate what you did accomplish instead of focusing on what you did ‘t complete.
Second is that I have been doing this for a while now and it feels good knowing that my days are not so empty anymore and that I am building strong and healthy habits and I dont want to let myself down by stopping now.
what I'm demotivated the most is the feeling that I'm incapable to complete things that I decided to do and then I easily throw away goals. I know sets of goals in fabulous are created based on sciences, but I sometimes find those small-step goals difficult for me.
- What is your favorite healthy breakfast that gives you sustained energy and keeps you feeling full until lunch?
- How do I get more veggies for breakfast?
- What is the lightest acceptable breakfast for someone with a full hectic schedule?
- What’s a good breakfast option for vegans?
- What would you combine in an easy go-to, vegan, breakfast smoothie that includes all the necessary vitamins and minerals for a physically active working day?
- When is the best time to have breakfast?
- What are your plans to make sure you eat a good healthy breakfast every morning?
- I sometimes like to sprinkle grains, nuts and fruit on a green salad for breakfast. Is there any reason I shouldn’t eat a raw greens salad after my morning workout?
- Any quick protein rich vegan breakfasts? Need some ideas! Thanks 🙂
- How can I make a dairy-free omelette?