5 Goals for the Weekend Blues

Feeling a low on the weekends is a little more common than one thinks. You know that feeling — the day is absolutely beautiful, but you cannot get out of bed because you think everyone else is having more fun than you. The reality is that some people are having a blast, but others are taking advantage of the day off and being lazy at home.

On weekends you are finding it impossible to do anything at all, set five simple goals for yourself.

  1. Get out of bed. Just do it. Play some music, open the curtains, and get out of bed.
  2. Take a shower. Even if you don’t wash your hair and are only in the shower for a few minutes.
  3. Change clothes. Go for the cuter, clean(er) PJs. It’s ok. Just get dressed.
  4. Eat something. Even if you are not feeling all that hungry, give yourself some food.
  5. Breathe.

 

 

 

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Weekend Purples

The weekend blues is that sad, lonely feeling one automatically feels on the weekends because everyone else is having so much fun. Well, visit any coffee shop and you will find dozens of people basking in their own company.

It is ok for some weekends to be chillaxing days or a time for catching up on some work. Whatever you do on the weekend, find some time to laugh. IMG_3832 (2)

Motivational Tracker

Happy Winter! The chilly, rainy weather has not (totally) kept me bundled up in bed.

I recently bought a fitness tracker hoping it would motivate me to stay active during my three weeks of winter break– yup, you read that correctly, three weeks!

After doing some research for the cutest looking affordable tracker, I bought the Jawbone UP2.

Since getting it, I’ve enjoyed looking at my progress and patting myself on the back for walking more. Also, I’ve taken a few hikes in beautiful Los Angeles in rain and sunshine.

So, if you are considering getting a fitness tracker to motivate you in getting up and moving don’t think about it twice!

 

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