In yesterdays video, @the.mind.spot and I discussed how to identify the first signs of stress so you can diffuse it before it gets overwhelming. So then, what next? Today we discuss creating space for yourself.
This is important as you can’t afford to give energy if yours is depleted. Like the analogy, secure your own oxygen mask before helping others.
So how do you create space? Think of things that give you energy, things you enjoyed as a child, anything that makes your life more enjoyable.
How do you create space for yourself?
Let us know, and share with someone who needs to do more of this.
Be brave.Heading back into the gym this week may seem a little daunting.You may not look the same physically as you used to.You may not feel the same mentally as you used to.You may not move as well as you used to.Be humble.You may not be able to lift as much as you used to.Or push as hard. Be better.It’s better to start now while the safety measures are strict and the gyms are capped so they’re quiet. The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll reap the benefits.Have patience, leave your expectations at the door and enjoy training again in the open space with equipment you may not have used in months.Work on establishing those healthy routines and habits once more. Consistency is the key to making long term change. Above all be proud of yourself, it’s been a tough year and you are doing this for you. Don’t forget that and let your fears and anxieties stop you from working on the new improved you!#bebrave #behumble #bebetter #workout #gym #fitness #health #selfimprovement #strong #justlift #train #work #strength #selfcare #selfesteem #mentalhealth #prestonpt #southmelbournept #melbournept #wereback #strongerthanyouthink
Be brave.Heading back into the gym this week may seem a little daunting.You may not look the same physically as you used to.You may not feel the same mentally as you used to.You may not Read more…