When you “fall off the wagon” with your rituals, how do you go back to that initial motivated mindset?

Mitchell J.
I keep reminding myself about it, sometimes I even use post-its on my walls. I motivate myself then I go back, apps like this one also helps!

Phyllis E.
To tell the truth I don’t really know. Different people have different ways of doing it.

For example when I “fall off my wagon” I meditate and calm down. Then I try again and again till I get it right.

But like I said earlier different people have different opinions.

My advice is calm down and try again.

Kiara T.
Remind yourself why you started in the first place. What is the thing(s) that made you want to start creating change in your life? Ask yourself this question, write down the answer so you can visibly see it. From there, get back to doing one ritual at a time. You’ll get that feeling back of why you started in the first place and run with it.

Herma F.
To tell the truth I don’t really know. Different people have different ways of doing it.

For example when I “fall off my wagon” I meditate and calm down. Then I try again and again till I get it right.

But like I said earlier different people have different opinions.

My advice is calm down and try again.

Mille P.
I think it’s about just jumping back on and picking up from where you left off. There’s not going to be a big moment when you are hit by anything. The point is these routines have to become part of your daily life. Choose routines that will bring you the most joy and bring you closer to what you want to become, this way, it shouldn’t be so bad or so hard to stick to them. All the best on your journey. I hope this helps.

Rom O T.
To tell the truth I don’t really know. Different people have different ways of doing it.

For example when I “fall off my wagon” I meditate and calm down. Then I try again and again till I get it right.

But like I said earlier different people have different opinions.

My advice is calm down and try again.

Elia E.
I remember how much better I felt when I was doing the rituals and just jump back on it. If I make myself feel bad for missing I'm less likely to start up again so forgive yourself for missing and get right back to it

Christine G.
I think it’s about just jumping back on and picking up from where you left off. There’s not going to be a big moment when you are hit by anything. The point is these routines have to become part of your daily life. Choose routines that will bring you the most joy and bring you closer to what you want to become, this way, it shouldn’t be so bad or so hard to stick to them. All the best on your journey. I hope this helps.

Lisa Y.
I think it’s about just jumping back on and picking up from where you left off. There’s not going to be a big moment when you are hit by anything. The point is these routines have to become part of your daily life. Choose routines that will bring you the most joy and bring you closer to what you want to become, this way, it shouldn’t be so bad or so hard to stick to them. All the best on your journey. I hope this helps.

Rafael G.
To tell the truth I don’t really know. Different people have different ways of doing it.

For example when I “fall off my wagon” I meditate and calm down. Then I try again and again till I get it right.

But like I said earlier different people have different opinions.

My advice is calm down and try again.

Gilbert U.
I think it’s about just jumping back on and picking up from where you left off. There’s not going to be a big moment when you are hit by anything. The point is these routines have to become part of your daily life. Choose routines that will bring you the most joy and bring you closer to what you want to become, this way, it shouldn’t be so bad or so hard to stick to them. All the best on your journey. I hope this helps.