Day One. Here’s something to Think About, To Try, To Know and To Ask.

Something to think about…

Your daily habits are the building blocks of your life. Each small action might seem trivial, but over time, they shape your reality in significant ways.

So take a moment to reflect on your journey so far.

Recognise how your positive habits have benefited you in life and look at how you can do more of them.

Then understand the cost of the negative ones and look at ways you can remove them.

And here’s the exciting part: your story isn’t written in stone.

Want a different outcome?

Start with a small, positive change today.

It’s all about those little steps done consistently that lead to a big difference!

Something to try…

Raising your personal bar means more than just aiming high. It’s about understanding your worth and not settling for less. It’s about expecting a better minimum standard for yourself and how you live.

And it doesn’t mean not having big goals, it means whilst your are working towards these you also have a baseline that you won’t go below

So what are your non-negotiables in your life?

What minimum standards do you hold for your health, happiness, and self-respect?

They could be things like:

🚶‍♂️5000 steps a day
🙆 5 minutes of stretching each morning
🥗 10 plant foods a day
💦 2 litres of water a day = 7 hours sleep
🧘‍♂️ 5 minutes meditation/affirmations
✍️10 minutes journaling
☎️ Calling a friend or relative each day
📺 Only 2 hours of TV
📖 5 pages of reading

You get the idea.

And it doesn’t have to be big. Start small. Really small but start.

Remember, setting a baseline for yourself is the first step towards a more fulfilling and consistent life.

Something to know…

Laughter is the best medicine and a powerful antidote to stress, pain, and conflict.

Nothing works faster or more dependably to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh.

Laughing every day can improve your mental and physical health, enhance your relationships, and even add years to your life.

And that’s why I love a good old dad joke, so here’s one for you.

“I ran into a lamppost yesterday.

Luckily I only sustained light injuries” 😂

Something to ask yourself…

What makes you happy and how can you include this into your day today?

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