I love this quote: “Sorry, there’s no magic bullet. You gotta eat healthy and live healthy to be healthy and look healthy. End of story.” – Morgan Spurlock
I talk to a lot of busy women who often tell me, "Don't worry, I've set goals for myself." Here's why that's simply not going to cut it.
“Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan.” — Tom Landry
You need to plan your time and tasks appropriately. Consider your personality, energy levels, optimal productivity and tendencies.
When do you have the most energy?
When do you feel the most creative?
When do you start to hit a wall or lose energy?
It is different for everyone, so think about what your typical day feels like.
Plan to do your hardest tasks when you have the most energy.
Do any creative work when you are in the creative mood.
Plan to do your workout right before you normally start to feel tired so you can get a natural pick-me-up.
Don’t fight yourself to do something at a certain time just because others do. There are no rules other than just doing what is best for you!
You are uniquely designed by God with your own strengths and weaknesses, even within each day. Work with that, not against it!
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