Are you guilty of compromising self-care when life gets hectic? You might substitute wholesome meals for something quick and convenient, or put exercise on hold until things “settle down.” Perhaps you neglect small acts of self-care because they don’t seem “productive” in the midst of chaos.
Instead, you might find yourself binge-watching TV or endlessly scrolling through social media late at night, just to escape the stress. You wake up exhausted, craving sugar and quick energy fixes due to poor sleep, perpetuating the cycle.
If this resonates with you, know that you’re not alone – but there is a better way.
Ever wonder how some people manage to balance it all, no matter what? They’re not superhuman. We all experience a wide range of emotions, but how we react and relate to them can greatly impact our well-being.
Even though some thoughts, feelings, and emotions may be uncomfortable or unpleasant, they serve a purpose. They are messengers, or as I like to call them, “action signals.” These signals are our brain’s way of telling us that something needs our attention or action.
Struggles often stem from the belief systems we’ve unconsciously built around experiencing these emotions. Instead of viewing them objectively as feedback, they become personal and limiting.
If maintaining consistency is one of your biggest challenges, and you want to help to make things easier so you can keep moving forward despite life’s obstacles, drop me a message with “GET IT DONE,” and we’ll chat more about how you can stay on track.