Writing to inspire.
So goes my blog slogan. As much as I want my readers to stay motivated by giving helpful advices, I also want to stay transparent as much as I could.
That’s right. My struggles.
I am nowhere near perfect. The very purpose of this blog is to connect with people who are like me. By doing so, I am also reminded to stay unpretentious.
We live in the information age. Everything is accessible and when we want something, we get it right away. The time that we live in, especially for young people like me, has made us impatient and our self discipline is tarnished. We may say that it has never been more equal for humanity than now, but everyday we are exposed to disparities through social media. We stalk other people’s lives and yet we lose valuable time. We wallow in self pity instead of trying to improve ourselves.
I am one of those people I just mentioned.
Even now I still struggle with time management. I try not to waste it but my day is not spent the way I want it to be. How? I lose sleep at night and as a result, I always have a hard time waking up early. I have been wanting to do a consistent 5AM morning routine but nothing seems to motivate me enough to push myself. Unable to control the temptations of sleeping in, I find myself in remorse of not being able to work on my true goals.
Life is good, everything is within my reach, I can afford anything that I want and still have enough money. But this is the kind of complacency I want to get out of. It does not make me a better person at all. I have bigger goals in life but I don’t act on it.
Since I switched roles from being a Nurse working 15-hour shifts to management, my inactivity has led me to gain more weight. My pants have gone tight and my tummy is uncomfortably bigger compared to after my childbirth in 2016.
But the struggle is not just from the inactivity brought about by work, but from refusing to set foot in the gym and start working out.
I am identifying these issues I currently face, lay it out on public, and come up with solutions. I want to challenge myself by doing the following:
- Write definite goals and what I would do everyday in order to make them a reality.
- Avoid spending money on wants. Set the money aside as stash cash.
- Drink 2 liters of water a day.
- Avoid sweets like cake, ice cream, soda.
- Wake up early to start home work out routines.
- Spend 15 minutes on social media each day.
- Keep writing.
My plan is to track my progress in my notebook for 30 days and I will share it to everyone. I am positive that I can do this without fail.
Please let me know if you have any tips for me by writing a comment below or by sending me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send me a message through my Instagram account http://www.instagram.com/ricemama_.
Well then, I will write to you again tomorrow. Have a pleasant night!