We spend a lot more time in the kitchen than we think. For the average person, it's three times a day.
Also, clutter leads to stress, and stress leads to over-eating. Combine those two factors in the kitchen, it's going to be tough to shed those New Years pounds!
Just take 20 minutes sometime this week to chuck that rice cooker you haven't opened yet or the George Foreman you haven't used since 2010.
I always give myself compliments. Not the super egotistical kind, but uplifting, mood shifting positive affirmations that pull me out of funks.
Repeat after me:
I am strong
I am smart
I am healthy
I am wealthy
I am happy
I provide value
I am a good friend
I am a good lover
I am successful
I am grateful
Repeating those affirmations to yourself regularly will improve your day, I promise.
You don't have to decide right now what it is, but just allowing yourself to try new things can be a resolution.
Disrupting your every day routine with new experiences can help you kick bad habits and instill new ones.
The world has so much more to offer than your little bubble, trust me.
Look, I'm not going to tell you to workout. That's so generic and bland and you're probably already going to do it.
What I will tell you is to look good in your workout gear. Starting your new gym regiment looking good increases your chances of wanting to stick to this new habit, resulting in massive success!
The best part? The more you improve, the better you'll look, and it just keeps getting better!
Thanks for reading the last blog post of 2018!
I am super pumped to rock 2019 with you!
Have a fun and safe night!
Barrel & Co.
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