You’re not going to achieve a good relationship with yourself, bullying yourself along the way.
Small effort and consistency is far greater value than a large volume of effort followed through by none at all.
If you can’t appreciate the small changes, you will not see the big changes.
Reflect every day. What can you learn from? What mistakes did you make? What growth can come from this?
Reassess every month. Are you repeating patterns and lessons? What is toxic to your health, mission, and growth?
Your self belief is going to set you free. Pull yourself together and realise that sometimes you are the toxic habit in your life.
Not everything will ALWAYS be sunshine and rainbows, but everything will be okay if you actually learn and grow from your mistakes.
Journal. No kidding. Record yourself.
Whether you use an app, a mood tracker, a lifestyle tracker, you write notes, you use pen and paper, or you track your daily activities and you reflect.
By taking note of how you react (or lack thereof) to certain things in your life you can track patterns and be prepared for the future. // I personally use @myfitnesspal, @fitbit, Daylio, Mindfulness, and @clueapp, and I have a journal I carry with me everywhere. I know that may be a lot to some, but it’s second nature for me now, and it works for me.