Happy Monday. Hope you’ve all started day 2 of 365 off to a good start towards your goals. We all know the gym tends to be at capacity when the new year rolls around. That’s not a bad thing if you’ve added fitness to your 2017 goals , get it.
As 2017 is approaching within two weeks we’re feeling the pressure to make it the best year yet or the at least better than 2016. We’re becoming overwhelmed with wanting to accomplishment so much, let go of what isn’t helping us grow in a good way or bringing negativity in our lives. You want to achieve things you did not do in 2016 that you set out, maybe you want to travel , start a new career path, find a new hobby, make better decisions financially or finally get into the gym. What ever it is you want to accomplish in 2017 , write it down and work towards it daily, remember nothing good and worth having happens over night.
Mondays mean fresh start. Finish things you didn’t get to do the previous week. Wake up with a good attitude to conquer the upcoming week. Set short-term goals for the next 7 days.
We all have our Mondays when you hit snooze just a few times, take that extra few minutes to lay in bed. Two days off surely does go by fast but when you do something you love , you enjoy Mondays.
Whether you are in school, a stay at home mom, a career driven individual, we all have the same 24 hours and it is up to us to work towards our goals. Mondays should start off with a great workout, a great breakfast, and a positive outlook on the 5 work days ahead.
Just wanted to shed light and send positive vibes your way. For those of us who procrastinate, get up, get moving, and conquer all the things you have been putting off for tomorrow. If you have a job you don’t like, continue to work hard so that you can get the job you want. If you didn’t feel like going to the gym this morning, look at your progress pictures for motivation.
Thanks for reading, have a great Monday!
You’re never too old to keep a journal .. Whether you’re writing about the opposite sex, your job, goals, or how your day went. When your write about things and then go back to those pages months or years late you can see how much you’ve grown as a person. You can see when you were in a rough place in your life and how you thought you would never overcome that situation.