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Set a SMART goal.
S-Specific (My goal________be srecific) M-Measurable (How will I know it is completed?) A-Achievable (Is it realistic to my life?) R-Reward (Do not use food) T-Time-limited (When will I acheive the goal?)
Set small goals, example exercise 10 minutes a day. This way you are not setting yourself up for failure. Then when you acheive your SMART goal do another one.
First, I strongly suggest that you don't get mad at yourself. This is a learning process and we all have challenging times, failures, back-slides, etc. For me, it has been very important to try to stay positive (sometimes it is almost impossible) and try to keep learning.
If you aren't reaching your goals, perhaps the goals are a bit too big right now and maybe you can shrink them down into smaller chunks? Set some small goals that you know you can reach so you can build on some success!
Lots of days I don't have motivation for everything and I have to resort to "faking it" for a while. Usually that faking it eventually gets me back on track.
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