My insights and thoughts going through life.
How to Push Through New Year's Resolution Burnout
We're quickly approaching the last week of January. During the past few weeks, I'm sure you've been keeping on track for your 2023 New Year's Resolutions, and you still have the same fire you had on January 1st.
23 New Year Resolution Ideas for 2023
2022 has gone by fast and has been a hectic year, to say the least. The news has constantly been buzzing with over-the-top headlines, markets have crashed, and no one can tell what the coming months will bring. However, even though so much seems out of our control, we are still in command of a very important thing: our goals and ambitions. With the New Year quickly approaching, this is the best time to make effective resolutions for 2023 that we can actually stick to.
- Top Story - December 2022
Under the Uruguayan SunTop Story - December 2022
Uruguay is by far the most unique and underrated country I have ever traveled to. When thinking about South American destinations, most of us automatically think of Colombia or Brazil; however, if you are considering a trip, then Uruguay should be at the top of your list. There isn’t much that can compare to the great food and scenic landscapes it possesses. Even better were the amazing memories I made while there.
Creating a Morning & Bedtime Routine Changed My Life
I am by no stretch of the imagination a morning person; waking up and getting going was always the hardest part of my day. I would wake up groggy and felt like I was on autopilot for the first few hours of the day.
I Gave Up Social Media for 30 Days
Whether we are aware of it or not, social media has become a key component of our lives. It fills the gaps in activity throughout the workday and multiple hours in the evenings; the typical American spends an average of 123 minutes, or 2 hours and 3 minutes, on social media sites per day.
3 Simple Steps to Crafting Your Effective Morning Routine
When looking up tips or stories on successful people, a common theme is having a routine; whether it is a top CEO or premier athlete, there is a little shadow of a doubt that they attribute a major part of their achievements to the consistent habits they perform in the morning. As I was beginning my own wellness journey, I made it a point to create and implement my own morning schedule. I’ve always been someone who had trouble with habits, and I always would say, “I don’t have a routine, that’s just not for me”. But after some reflection, I realized I did have a routine. It just sucked.
T.O.L. Weekly #1: Wellness as a Means & Not an End
Create Habits First, Not Goals Throughout my life, health and wellness have always been driven by end-date goals in order for me to be motivated; whether it be the beginning of summer or a friend’s wedding, having these hard dates and planning accordingly has been the best system I’ve found to being successful. However, while I was able to meet the goals, I would inevitably fall off the wagon and quit the habits soon after the event happened. My focus was on accomplishing the goal and not on building a sustainable wellness habit which I could stick to for the long term. I was treating my wellness as a means to an end.