Mondays are crazy busy days because I coach mornings and afternoons, I usually have a few private training appointments, I coach CF Kids, my personal training is usually long on Mondays and all of my nutrition coaching clients check-ins come in on Sunday night for review on Monday. I love my job and all that I get to do, but Mondays are a wee bit stressful!
Today is Tuesday, so it’s an “easy” day work wise.
By design, Tuesday is the reward for Monday. There’s little I “have to” do. It’s really easy to be a bum. But I’m not a very good bum. If you have time, shouldn’t you be doing something productive? Today’s weird though in that I’m having trouble getting going….
I feel like I need to write a blog post today, but I can’t decide what to write about.
I feel like I should be working on a few projects of mine, but I’m not inspired.
I really need to spend some time stretching, but it’s raining and I only have room to stretch outside (hobolife problems).
The bathroom needs cleaning, but darn, I’m out of cleaning wipes. (Excellent excuse, right?)
Do you ever feel that way? That there is stuff that needs to be done, but you just can’t get going?
Hey, there's nothing wrong with a good lazy day! However, I can’t really say that it’s ok to do nothing today because I spent all day Sunday reading a good book and laying in my snazzy pvc lawn chair (see my IG for my ridiculously happy recent purchase).
So here’s the deal I’m making with myself. I will commit 10 minutes to each of the things I need to do. Just 10. I’ll set the timer on my phone and turn on a good podcast and work for ten minutes on each task. If that’s all I do, then at least I did something.
If the juices get flowing, then I can come back and work some more after I finish the other items.
That’s the deal I’m making with myself. Just 10 minutes, right? That’s no big deal!
I’ve had a lot of success with this method and have used it to get many goals accomplished and projects finished. Try it the next time you are struggling to get going on a project, housework or even exercise and let me know how it goes.
Stay Strong Y'all!
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