I’ve been seeing some INTERESTING posts from people on social media recently …
Haven’t showered in days
Don’t ever change out of their pajamas
Waste time and are bored every day because they don’t have a plan
Not getting simple and small things done (that are normally no big deal)
Are suffering from more anxiety and stress than usual, because they don’t have any normalcy in their lives!
Hey, there’s NO judgment here! In fact I’ve been guilty of one or two of these over the years …
But right now it’s more important than EVER to make sure that we’re doing what we can to keep our head in the game and not let ourselves slip!
If this sounds like you (or someone you know!) then a little structure may be exactly what you need.
That’s why I created a quick guide below called YOUR PERFECT LOCKDOWN DAY!
Creating your own version of this will do SO MUCH to help keep your stress levels lower, stay on-track with your goals, and even have more fun in your life!
Who knew that when this year kicked off, it would turn out the way it has so far?
The best thing we can do is roll with it, adapt our routine, and get on with life the best we can.
If you don’t have a schedule, it’s like playing a game of dominoes.
If one little thing goes awry, it can cause a cascade of events that can throw off your entire day … or worse!
And that can lead to:
Stress (which you know is bad for your health). Which can lead to …
Poor sleep. Which can lead to …
Not-so-healthy meals. Which can lead to …
Little or no exercise / activity
Now imagine the OPPOSITE of all that: having a sense of peace and feeling in control … sleeping great at night … having more energy … and feeling proud of yourself because you’re taking control of your day!
Just a few things plugged into a schedule can make a WORLD of difference! Check out this sample schedule I’ve been following:
6 a.m.: Morning Ritual: Wake up, drink a glass of water, take vitamins
6:30: Gratitude Practice / Meditation
7 a.m.: Workout
8 a.m.: Shower
8:15 a.m.: Breakfast
9 a.m.: Work
Noon: Lunch, get outside for activity/fresh air, personal development
1-5 p.m.: More Work: client meetings, virtual coaching, etc. (ALSO: deal with mail and paperwork/make any phone calls for any personal business.)
5:30 p.m.: Dinner, household chores, and fun/family time! (do something creative, write random cards to family members / friends,
9 p.m.: Reading, gratitude practice / prayer, and sleep!
Take a few minutes today to create YOUR perfect day schedule – set yourself up for success by being realistic about how much you actually can accomplish in a day.
And then hold yourself accountable to following it.
You will be amazed how after just a day or two you will feel so much more relaxed and at peace.
Make it an amazing day!
There’s ONE thing you can change that has a surprising impact on your health, mood, and pretty much everything you do! It isn’t a workout and it doesn’t involve overhauling your diet.
This sugar stat caught me by surprise… and I thought I already knew a LOT about sugar. 👉 Eating just 100 calories a day of sugar (which is about 25 grams of added sugars, or 6 teaspoons) is linked to 45 DIFFERENT negative health outcomes.
What if I told you there’s ONE number you need to pay attention to BEFORE you start counting calories, macros, or anything else? For many of us, this number is a complete mystery. But once you figure it out, it’s a complete game-changer.
There are probably a few things in your life that you’d like to slow down… But when it comes to your metabolism? Probably not.