Good morning my lovelies! The past three days I had an amazing time with family and hence my MIA in social media but I’m back! .
I loved my hike with my little sisters! I wanted to talk about two things.
1. skinny shakers or rather fit shamers. Someone said shout out to those girls who carry on extra 17lbs bc they are doing what they want to do. Or gosh you need to eat. Starving yourself is self abuse. I eat healthy and when I see unhealthy food I don’t eat it. I just chose what I eat and it’s not starving myself. I fill myself with healthy food. Or stop pushing yourself so much when I try to do the extra rep. Hello? That’s how you see difference in any goal by going the extra mile! A lot of your life and who you are is based on the choices you make. I am not perfect but my choices are based on permanent peace and stability rather than temporary pleasures. I always ask myself if I do this now will it put me closer or father away from who I want to be in the next 5, 10,15 years. And go from there :)
2. Its no surprise that exercise is a big aspect of discipline. Exercise is a keystone habit. It acts as a cornerstone to a life filled with good and positive habits and free from bad habits.
By instilling the keystone habit of exercise, not only can you become more disciplined, but you can improve your life in a number of ways. First, exercise reduces your levels of stress and pain by releasing endorphins and neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin.
Second, exercise improves health by increasing blood flow and oxygenation of the body’s cells, helping to fight off diseases and boost the immune system. And, of course, exercise increases our ability to focus on the task at hand, allowing us to lead a more disciplined life.
To instill the habit of exercise in your life, start small. Begin by walking around the block for 5 minutes in the morning. Just 5 minutes. Do that for one week. Then, increase it to 10 minutes and do that for a week. And continue with this pattern. Eventually, exercise will become a full-blown habit.