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That’s Not Self-Care

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That’s Not Self-Care

Have you ever listened to your inner voice? The words you say to yourself in your thoughts?
They aren’t usually very positive. Or nice for that matter.
The problem is that when it comes to self-care, so much of what we say about it is just as negative.
Just as critical.
Think about your motivations. I’ll bet that most of your life, your motivation to improve your health has had to do with feeling bad about your body.
I’ll also bet a lot of what you’ve done to “improve” your health has been harmful.
👎 Starving yourself
👎 Doing endless hours of cardio to try and force your body to shrink
👎 Even heading to a gym you’re bored with
It seems like most of us will make change because we are unhappy.
Many people give up alcohol because they’re sick and tired of being sick and tired. But that negative drive only goes so far.
At some point you have to do what you love because it makes you feel good.
So if you’ve always found self-care frustrating, I’d like you to start thinking about it in terms of what you love.
Personally, I think fitness is more powerful than nutrition when you’re trying to feel proud.
It’s really hard to feel proud or confident day to day with food. Most of us will have good months and not so good months when it comes to food.
But fitness!
Fitness and feeling strong gives us that daily endorphin kick. That quick feedback that you feel awesome. Strong. Badass.
If you start focusing on what you most love, self-care will be a lot more enjoyable.
Come from a place of empowerment. Find what motivates you. Then commit to building habits that make you feel.
It’ll be a lot easier to build long term success if you actually feel good about it.


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