I, like most, am more successful when I set out to accomplish a few goals each month. This may be something I simply need to get done or something that needs change. Example: yoga 2 x week, less complaining , creating a budget, saving money, more gratitude-less attitude.
Goal setting keeps me accountable. I like being able to cross something off. It makes me aware of my progress.
This month has been built around the idea of simplifying things:
Getting my finances down and setting up a budget https://www.mint.com/ (amazing)
Whole 30’ing on whole foods, lean proteins, and quality fats http://whole9life.com/
Doing less between the hours of 5pm and 9pm…really, when it comes down to it, all I want to do is a) eat a healthy, homeade din b) relax with friends, c) read or d) yoga. It IS as simple as that.
This same idea of “simplifying things” can cross over to workouts. Each week I am going to get back to the basics and test these “old school” moves:
My goals? 50 pushups, 5 unassisted pull-ups, 10 minutes of planks-holding, non-stop. IT’S ON.
Currently Brainstorming Goals for November. What do you want to change? Eliminate? accomplish? Get after?