I hate feeling that way.It drains my energy and my self-esteem.It makes me feel I'm not enough when deep down I know I am more than enough.So I made a solemn vow to myself.The holidays are over, so time to recruit.I set out a rigorous timetable,one I will stick to no matter what.Craig Ballantyne, a highly accomplished Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and my personal mentor(virtual but highly influential nonetheless), has some rock-solid advice on this thorny issue.Truth be told, I had never taken his advice on time management.Thought I was above it.Only recently did I realise how useful and to the point his advice was.Careful planning of the day,waking early are seriously conducive to getting things done.
So,as of yesterday,rising early is a necessity.7.30 it was today and I'm aiming for 6.00 a.m.Yoga,meditation, writing are next.Preparing for classes.Doing the loathsome but unavoidable household chores and errands.Work out.Then I can go to work to do my favourite thing:teach and interact with the new generation.If it's a free day I can have some precious time with my little tornado or simply some me time. So far, today has been a success.I did my yoga and I meditated.As I'm writing this post I feel on top of the world and light as a feather.But I will keep the boasting down until the end of the day.See if can stick to the schedule until nightfall.Let you know tomorrow.For now,as my daughter requires my attention in a rather demanding way,I'll leave you with three amazing articles that actually fuelled this change.I hope they will inspire you to make the changes you need in your life.
I will stop here.The little one got even more restless...time for breakfast!Enjoy your day and make it a productive day, full of contribution and good habits.Don't forget to squeeze in some fun moments too.....I'm off to do some serious tickling...!!!
A song to start your day.... just in case you don't feel like doing anything(which is quite alright sometimes!)
As always with love and light,