5 Tips To Motivate Yourself. Hey Guys, How are we today? In today’s post, I want to share 5 tips to motivate yourself. As a single mother, staying motivated is very crucial, but it can be exhausting. I admit, sometimes I feel less motivated to get on with my day. I know I am not the only one who thinks like this.
5 Tips To Motivate Yourself
Speak Positive Things About Yourself to Yourself
This is something I do all the time. Talking to myself helps a lot because sometimes you need to hear a voice telling you that you are doing great. The moment you starts talking positive words to yourself, you’ll have this uplifting feeling that motivates you to push harder and never give up. When you don’t get that from some else, do it yourself.
Count Your Blessings
Look around you and count your blessings. You have beautiful kids, a place you and your kids call home, and they are happy. It’s natural to look at other people’s lifestyle and wishes you had their lifestyle. Honestly, trust me, you don’t. If you know what happens behind the closed door, you’d understand that some people are built to deal with certain things others can not. Count your blessings motivate you to cherish what you have.
Setting goals for what you want to achieve helps because it gives you something to wake up to. If you have reached it, this will uplift your spirit and motivate you to set another goal. If you have not achieved any, then you’ll have something to work on.
Take It One day At A Time
We are always busy, and every hour is rush-hour. Sometimes we want something to happen in a flash and not to ever worry about it again. When my daughter was younger, I remember feeling overwhelmed by how much things I need to do within so little time. It was so frustrating to wait. However, I learned to calm down and take things slowly because I don’t want to make a massive mess of things and have no one to blame myself. Everything takes time; do not rush it.
Planning is motivating you because it makes you feel excited about the future. In 2016, I decided to put in a college application, and I got accepted to start in 2017. The fact that I got taken motivates me to start preparing for the future.
I hope you enjoyed that.