When it comes to exercise, or rather, a lack of exercise, everyone has their own excuse. Whether it be time, or money, or not having a workout buddy, there are so many excuses that people make when it comes to exercising. As the Holly Jolly festive winter season approaches, one more excuse is often added into the exercise excuse cake mix. That would be the cold. And not the coughing kind, but the windy, snowy, weather kind. But if you truly want to become the best version of yourself, you cannot let yourself surrender to any cake mix excuses, including the weather, no matter how depressing. So with that, today, I’m going to be giving you tips and tricks to ensure you find a way to workout in any weather. Let’s get right into it.
Breaking up hurts. BUT, bouncing back from a breakup presents a chance for you to go through the greatest transformation you could ever imagine for you and your life. When you are rejected by someone, it’s time to forget about them, focus on you, and become the very best version of yourself. If you’ve found this article on this very website, a website focusing on self improvement and personal development, you’re in the right place toward taking that leap. So let’s jump right into this article all about how to heal post-break-up, and go through the biggest WIN you’ll ever have, even if right now everything in your world feels like a massive loss.
In part one, we took a look at how to develop a more active social life. Now in part two, it’s all about how to channel your inner beast mode, and become the healthiest you that you’ve ever been.
We as humans have a problem. Well…many problems. But one of the worst of our problems, that often only leads to more problems, is that we tend to focus on our problems in a negative light. We tend to focus on the negative and not enough on the positive. So today, I’m going to be sharing some strategies as to how you can focus more on the positive, and develop a positive outlook even when things get difficult.
Perhaps the most significant of all the core principles to becoming the best version of yourself, developing and improving your social life is absolutely imperative. Back in 1993, an Oxford genius professor theorized that you could only have 150 meaningful relationships in your life. He totally, arbitrarily picked 150, but that’s okay. Because what it means is that there is plenty of room for you to expand your social life, or even disband the parts of it that are disrupting your backbone.
For all that it has taken away and destroyed, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented us with an opportunity to reflect. And not just about the world we live in and all that still desperately needs fixing, but about our own lives, and all that still desperately needs fixing. Today, I want to talk about becoming the best version of yourself. I believe this is something we should all be striving toward on a daily basis, but something that often gets lost in the shuffle as we go about the chaotic nature of our daily lives. So with that, let’s dive right in on how to become the best, most confident you, you’ve ever been.