Life can get a bit chaotic and feel out of control at times. Obstacles will always stand in our way and make everything a bit more difficult.
When things start spiraling out of control, self-care typically gets neglected, which can make your situation seem even worse than it is.
I recommend focusing on what you can control, so that you can restore harmony and balance to your day. When you take control of the chaos by showing yourself some love, you will get unstuck and move forward.
Here are 5 simple lifestyle hacks that will help calm your life and get you back on track with self-care.
Do you carve out 15-30 minutes each morning for yourself?
Or do you wake up and frantically get ready for the day? The alarm goes off, you rush around, maybe eat breakfast, if there's time, check your messages and then start work...
I am very familiar with that feeling of overwhelm right at the beginning of the day. I started my days like that for years, until I learned the importance of a morning routine.
When you don't have control of your day from the minute you wake up this is what happens:
Having control of your day is important because you will have more clarity on the important things that need to get done, and avoid getting distracted from all the tasks that don't move the needle forward in your life.
One simple way to control your day is by starting it off with a simple morning routine.
My non-negotiables are:
I know that it's hard to believe the holidays are already here! So much has happened this year which has created a lot of stress and uncertainty in our lives.
With the ongoing pandemic, it may affect the holiday traditions your family has and possibly affect your ability to be with your loved ones.
These circumstances could add more stress to an already stressful time of the year. By shifting our focus onto creating daily self-care habits, this will enable you to be capable of dealing with anything that comes your way.
I'd like to encourage you to incorporate these 3 tips that will help you to experience calm during the busy holiday season. My goal is for you to be able to enjoy this special time of the year with less stress and anxiety.
3 WAYS TO REMAIN CALM DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON:
TIP #1: Meditate for 5-10 minutes - Meditation will help you to be centered, focused and calm. In just a few minutes a day, you will decrease stress and be able...
When Covid-19 hit the world, we had no idea the long term effect it would have on society.
Who knew that things like travel plans, sporting events, schools and even weddings would be canceled or closed.
As hard as it's been, we have to remain safe and help stop the spread so we can eventually get back to normal life.
I continue to remind my clients about the importance of staying active by exercising at least 30 minutes a day, 4 days a week and eating a clean diet.
It's vital to keep our immunity up and not let quarantine living create bad habits that will have a negative effect on our health.
Activities are limited but I wanted to provide you with 5 ways that you can stay active and get away from your computer screen.
Being a high performer means showing up as your best self every single day.
In order to do so, we need to make sure we are managing our mind, energy and time efficiently and effectively.
We are responsible for the energy we bring to the world!
What we put into it is what we get out.
I'm sure you want to not only be your best but do your best work, am I right?
By implementing these simple steps, you will master your mind, energy and time so that you can be a high performer in all areas of your life.
1. Manage Your MIND: how to show up as your best self.
Are you working from home?
Do you have kids that are home from school?
Keep calm and carry on.
I've been working from home for a long time now.
Although I don't have kids running around me while I'm trying to work, I do know that it can be difficult to focus when you aren't used to working from home on a regular basis.
Here are my top 5 tips that will help you stay focused, be productive and keep a positive attitude during this uncertain time.
"Your life, including how you spend your time is a by-product of the choices you've made" - Marie Forleo
The difficult situations you are in now aren't your fault, but could those situations have been avoided?
Yes, they 100% could have been but we have to own the choices we've made.
On a daily basis, I hear excuses about how "I don't have time for (fill in the blank)"...
Making excuses is not going to make your time magically free up!
But guess what? When you take responsibility for how you spend your time, you can reclaim the power to change it.
If it's important enough, you'll make the time. If it's not, you'll make an excuse...
Am I right?
There is a difference in owning your choices and blaming yourself for not reaching your goals!
Embrace the fact that you have the control to change your circumstances.
Get back in the driver's seat of your life and start making the changes you need to create more time for yourself.
Everything is figure outable but are you willing to put in the...