This past summer, I found myself floundering from time to time. We all get stuck within an alternating cycle of feeling either overwhelmed or paralyzed.
The combination of creative tasks and deadlines typically drives me with a strong sense of purpose and fulfillment. Instead of filling pages with words and ideas, I consoled myself by being active. Not by eating chocolate and watching lots of bad TV.
Needless to say, none of this is in any way helpful if you are stressed. I find that activity boosting my productivity or pulling me out of the doldrums. I find that many choose a different route and then act like you nor they have done to their waistlines!
As I put my thoughts to paper, I realized that I wasn’t depressed. The real truth was that many have fallen into a series of bad habits: Not meditating, staying around negative people, vegging out in front of the TV instead of riding a bike, or doing some type of excise. Lunching out at fast food restaurants instead of healthy, homemade meals or lunches.
Many have totally forsaken one of the key tenets of living a life that you love: if you want an extraordinary life, you must have equally extraordinary routines and rituals. If you do not have any of them create them.
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