We all know the feeling when keeping track of all the things that need to get done starts to overwhelm us and cause anxiety. Are there really enough hours in a day to get everything you need done?
Luckily, there is a simple way to release this anxiety and it involves breaking down your goals into daily to-do lists. This makes even your greatest challenges manageable by taking them in smaller, step-by- step measures.
Habits are good for you. They help streamline your day by making certain activities almost automatic. But along with good habits, we all have bad habits as well and those can be tough to break.
A few habits we've seen people crushing in the Water Warrior group this week include: eating ice cream or playing on the phone right before bed, drinking soda, smoking, putting off chores.
If you’re wanting to crush these habits and live life to the fullest check out these ways to quit below!
Visualization can be an incredibly powerful tool in helping you identify and achieve your goals.
There’s not a matter bogus superstition but a physiological phenomenon that has been scientifically measured. Weightlifters who imagine lifting a heavy weight actually activate the same areas as if they were actually performing the task.
That means that imagining your goals and dreams actually manifests them not only psychologically but also in real life. What’s even more incredible is that you can tap into this superpower simply by creating a vision board.
Staying mindful of the things and more importantly the people you are grateful for is a daily habit to always be working on.
Showing someone you’re grateful for them is such a small thing but it can have a huge impact on your life and the life of that person.
But how do we show someone our gratitude, more than just saying "thank you"?
"While we waste our time hesitating and postponing, life is slipping away."
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been guilty of procrastinating? Yep. We have all been there. Whether it’s cleaning out your closet, finishing an assignment, or getting motivated to exercise, we can all relate to running it down to the wire on meeting a deadline.