I remember when I started my wellness journey and hit many walls along my way and slipped back to my old habits. At times it took me a long time to get back up and pick up where I left or worse, needed to start all over again. If you are part of the way to your goal and wondering how to stick with it? This blog will help you with that.
Sometimes, when you have a big goal that requires a lot of time and commitment, it’s easy to lose your way, and its just so easy to go back to how you have always eaten and moved your body.
You might find yourself doubtful that you can keep up with what got you to this point. You might find that you’re not quite as motivated as you were in the beginning. Or you might find yourself slipping back into old patterns. Patterns that aren’t helpful in getting you closer to what you want, and throw you in a spiral of negative emotions and actions. A common issue that happens with the women I work with, is that they get comfortable and content with their progress and even though they have more to go, getting comfortable causes them to think and act like before.
I’ll share with you on how I coach my clients on how to move forward without losing ground or motivation or willpower.
I found that through trail and error, that we first need to start looking at your belief system about ourselves. We need to look into the mirror and look past the weight and ask ourselves what are we capable of and believing that we are worth staying for the long haul. I really believe if we plan to live for another 20 or more years, wouldn’t we want to live it being the best version of our self?
Your motivation strategies that worked in the beginning may not work now and that is normal as you are not the same person when you started your goal. You need to come up with different strategies or better yet understanding how to motivate yourself.
Here are some tips to help you out
· Keep your eye on where you are going; this may require for you to get back to the drawing board and re look and rewrite your goals
I personally don’t believe in will power, I believe in “Mind Power” as your mind and emotions are what creates your actions, once you change your state of mind, your health will change too.
Veronica Vargas Mother of 1 and business owner of Bodies By V.V. guides busy moms and women towards eating and moving towards a healthy lifestyle. The Blog that gets right to the point!
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