How do you stay motivated and find inspiration to stick with your program?
Deter ant infestations: Spray outside doorways and windowsills, and anywhere you see a trail of critters with vinegar.
Even though you're exhausted, and can come up with every excuse in the book, just push through and get your workout in. When you're done, you'll be so glad that you did!
Theres nothing more motivating than getting support from your fellow spark friends! Just a simple WAY TO GO or WE CAN DO IT! Can go a long way! Leave a comment on someones page or blog or a spark goodie! You can make someones day just by supporting them! SO IMPORTANT!!
I just started that when I am feeling low upset or discourage or stressed out I turn to my radio or my ipod and listen to music..being uplifting or something from my time disco..Now I have in my office a radio on low , in my car and at home ..music they say uplifts the soul...
Never look at a mistake as something bad, look at it as a learning experience. When you make that mistake you are learning life's lessons so you can do better.
Be sure to take your measurements. When the scale doesn't budge but your getting smaller it gives me the motivation to keep on doing what I need to do.
I have a dress that I absolutely love!!! It's a size 5 and I am currently wearing a size 10. I have it hanging where I can see it and every day I look at it and tell myself that I WILL get back into that dress. I look at it when I exercise and also when I get the late-night munchies!
Every time I workout for a half hour, I put a quarter in my "Workout Fund." When I've saved up some money, I buy a new small piece of fitness equipment (e.g., yoga mat, balance ball, workout video). If I workout for an hour at a time, I add seventy-five cents and an hour and a half earns $1.50!
Although you may just be starting out, resist the temptation to try to do too much initially when it comes to exercise. Try to make your exercise easy enough that you will be willing to do it again tomorrow. Don't try to be like "Rocky" each day or else you will dread it later...keep it simple!
Keep some of your goals within easy reach. It's all well and good to have that ultimate end-all goal. But to keep the enthusiasm going it helps to have short-term reasonable goals. And remember to reward yourself!