for the Soul and Spirit
But [like a boxer] I strictly discipline my body and make it my slave, so that, after I have preached [the gospel] to others, I myself will not somehow be disqualified [as unfit for service].
1 Cor 9:27
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No Excuses!

🌟 2024 is just around the corner. Start the year with healthy habits – welcome gratitude into your life, practice kindness, and embrace positivity into your life.
According to research, gratitude, kindness, and positivite thoughts have 
💟 Enhanced self-esteem
💟 Created more loving relationships
💟 Better mental health
💟 Stronger Self-control
💟 Positive thinking equals positive life 

For I do not understand my own actions [I am baffled and bewildered by them]. I do not practice what I want to do, but I am doing the very thing I hate [and yielding to my human nature, my worldliness—my sinful capacity].
Romans 7:15

A few months ago I decided I was going to get in shape, not to loose weight, but simply for health purposes. To make my goal a reality, I started exercising regularly and eating healthier foods. My goal was to increase my strength, endurance, and flexibility over time. I wanted to be able to run without any issues, do more push-ups, and be able to do exersize, without feeling like I was going to die. After a few weeks I started seeing results,I was excited, I was able to do more  exersizes with ease, do more push-ups and I actually looked forward to my workouts.

But two months in, and seeing better results, I started to slack off a bit, and cut myself some slack. 
. Consistency has been the key to my success, and if I stop being consistant, there goes my efforts. I have been consistently pushing myself to go further and it has paid off. I have seen a noticeable improvement in my physical health and performance, and I plan to stay that way. I am dedicated to continuing this consistency in order to reach my goals, and even if I slip, I will get back to that routine in a heartbeat. 
Five days behind on my schedule of keeping up with my consistent routine of working out. Despite this setback, I remain committed to achieving my fitness goals by maintaining a regular workout routine and staying commited to my actions and words. I plan to start again and stay consistent with my workouts going forward. This will help me stay motivated and on track towards achieving my fitness and health goals. I am confident that I can make up the lost time and be back on schedule in no time.
You’d think, no big deal right to get into a routine of things? Well. Huge deal! I got into habit of not working out, and I keep making excuses! Breaking bad habits is hard, and it’s even harder when you haven’t stayed consistent in so long. It can be discouraging and it takes a lot of effort to stay motivated and focused on the end goal. But I know that if I am consistent and stick with it, I can break the bad habits and get back on track to living a healthier lifestyle. I’m determined to make it happen and I’m not giving up until I reach my goal.
Excuses like, 
Not today! I slept in late
Not today I just got home
Not today, tomorrow is a great day!
Do these excuses sound familier?
Maybe it’s not a workout for you, maybe it’s another habit you’re trying to create, or break, maybe it’s a goal you’d like to accomplish, get into the habit of doing things consistently, but you keep making excuses, and find yourself falling behind. 
Not today, slept in late
Not today, just got home
Tomorrow is a great day!
Well today sound like a great day to stop making excuses, and START taking steps in the right direction. So let’s go ! Join me on my Adventure and let me keep you Accountable, I’m a coach, and I’ll be right there cheering you on. 
Make yourself accountable, and set small achievable goals, reward yourself when you reach them. This will help you stay motivated and focused on your goals. Break down the task into smaller pieces to make it easier and more manageable. I’m ready to put in the work and effort to break these bad habits. I’m confident that I can reach my goal with hard work and dedication. I’m ready to make a change for the better.
Here is how we practice healthy habits in the New Year 
✅ Thank someone. Say thanks to a person you appreciate or write them a note.
✅ Keep a gratitude journal. Write down 3 things you are grateful for each day.
✅ Practice kindness. Speak, and practice kindness every chance you get. Do one kind deed, or speak a kind word daily. 
Which healthy habits are you struggling with creating the most? 
Check out my Blog on The Ugly Truth about Habits via my website, it is a protected file, be sure to purchase the code before proceeding, just a cup of coffee in exchange of some good information. 

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  ARE you with me on this?
If you need an accountability partner, I am a mentor and coach, CONTACT ME, and let’s set up a meet where I can help you get to your GOAL. 
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Set your schedule TODAY! 📅 and let’s talk! 

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