Success is subjective.
Meaning that it looks different for everyone.
I was recently in a bit of a rut…not the normal motivation and drive I typically have (even before coronavirus started putting all of us into a tizzy). So even though I sort of want to just hide, my logical mind knows that the only way to get out of it, is to make some moves.
Not always easy, but necessary.
Sooo, I made a chart and created a 30 day challenge for myself to track a few activities that are important to me, (using big Xs to make sure I do them).
Creating a visual has always helped me, it’s tangible and real aaand I get to check things off and that feeling just makes any rut at least a tiny bit better!
That being said, big goals are fabulous and got to have them, but I believe it’s the small ones that make the big difference, really.
That is why I listed the things I wanted to do on the Y axis and days on the X axis, and I get a big X on completion every day!
Now I can easily keep myself accountable and see when I do well (…and not so well).
My Y axis:
1. Movement— got to move every day even if it’s just a walk in the park (pun…sort of intended)
2. Sugarless days (with one cheat day)— I love to bake, Swedish candy and such and sometimes I might have a tendency to over do it… so it’s time to keep my self in check!
3. Social interactions— If you want interaction you need to interact. (Which is easier said than done, if you ask me.)
4. Daily Journal— Everyone always talks about journaling, everywhere… and I sort of journal… but now I’m testing out the hype!
How about you, how do you get yourself to make moves?