We go on weight loss journeys all the time. For some it’s something that happens every year with new years resolutions. Others, it’s something we decide out of nowhere.
The degrees of commitment vary from person to person, hinging the most on where we are in life health-wise. But over time, the more you keep working away at this goal, the more that the following quotes are relatable to you.
The first time I started to care about my health somewhat was when I was 13. Back then, I wasn’t overly committed to working out or exercising or dieting. …
One of the things I’m grateful for of my weight loss journey is that every day I get to notice something different and good about myself. It’s gotten me to look at some other aspects of myself that are growing beyond the number that’s been on the scale.
It’s something that I’ve been doing a lot lately considering the fact that my weight hasn’t been changing all that much despite higher levels of protein and calories.
I know for myself that I’ll need to be making more changes to my health if I’m looking to be losing more weight. …
In the self-improvement world, we are big on persistence. If things aren’t working out, you just need to work the system. Keep trying out new things. Experiment.
Eventually, you’re going to find your groove, build that business or audience or whatever you need to succeed.
We point to all kinds of brilliant people who have persisted through grim circumstances.
We rally around these figures and get inspired by these individuals to persist through our own problems. And that’s a good thing.
But what if — for a moment — we…
One of my high school classmates is a Medium. She isn’t the type that you’d see on television “communicating” with the dead or anything like that. Her predictions are tame too— such as predicting when we’re going to be hitting specific zones in the pandemic.
But one thing she posted recently was something about the slight disconnect that people seem to have with manifesting things in their life.
Self-improvement gurus are quick to be telling us that we can attract the life that we want to lead. …
Like so many people in the Bitcoin investing game right now, I got into it with a particular mindset. Fueled by the belief that our current money system needed a dramatic change and that a digitalized currency was the answer to all of the problems.
I was broke and looking for a quick way to be making money and the only possible solution for me was to be looking into how I can get my hands on Bitcoin.
After all, it was going to be the next big thing right? …
One of my high school classmates is both a medium and one who works in a barbershop as a receptionist downtown. Ever since she was a teenager, she started to understand more of how the Universe works.
She started to see the various energies surrounding individuals and for her, she was able to manifest it.
Her strategy isn’t like what Rhonda Byrne prattles on in her book The Secret. Though it’s still following the same principles of the Law of Attraction.
One other aspect about my classmate is that she is also involved in film and through her day job…
Work, eat, workout, eat, work, eat, work, sleep. Rinse and repeat.
The cycle of my life is not so different from the lifestyle that every other person typically goes through in their working life.
And it is annoying.
Of course this is something that you have to accept when you’re focused on a specific goal. The purpose of achieving a goal is to develop a set of habits and perform them on repeat for the rest of your life. At least until you hit that milestone or the goal itself.
But there are all kinds of roadblocks that you run…
As a writer, it’s somewhat expected for one to be editing their own work. You look at your lines, make sure everything flows together, everything is spelled properly, and that you’re conveying the right kind of message.
To this day, my editing skills aren’t used much. I have a handful of rules that I stick to when I get to writing and I ensure the document looks alright before publishing.
And that is probably the case for most other writers.
But all of that tends to change when a fellow writer or someone else asks you to look over their…
Bitcoin today is worth over $55,000 USD thanks to a push from Elon Musk purchasing $1.5 billion dollars worth of Bitcoin. It’s definitely an exciting time for those who have been waiting since Bitcoin came out in 2009 to finally be embraced by notable individuals like Elon Musk.
It’s a great opportunity now to be selling Bitcoin and rearrange your entire financial future. Especially since we’re in the midst of a pandemic, a recession, and many individuals' financial futures are looking bleak.
Thanks for this. From my experiences with health I tend to lean more towards what makes you feel good over the science. I'd still encourage people to get most of their protein from solids rather than liquids and to do what makes them feel good.
But I find with diving into studies it gets confusing. There are other aspects one has to consider as some studies say one thing while others counter that previous statement. …