One of my goals for Feb is to start building a better morning routine. After listening to a number of podcasts, a point that is constantly raised is that successful people tend to have really rigid morning routines. They make because they make things like working out, reading the news, meditating etc all fit in … Continue reading How to build a good morning routine
Being someone who is relatively in to fitness, I get asked this question quite a lot. ‘How do you stay motivated to work out?’ ‘I always stick to workouts for one week and then I give up, how do you do it?’. I know that having motivation doesn’t only apply to fitness, but I think … Continue reading How do you stay motivated?
At the beginning of January, for the first time in my life I sat down and really seriously thought about my January goals and where I wanted to be at the end of January. It’s safe to say that it was hard to change so much so quickly and I struggled to stick to the … Continue reading Jan reflections and Feb intentions
If you want to read a book that will change your life, this is it. I can single handedly say that Atomic Habits by James Clear has changed my life. Everything it tells you is 100% things you already know, but the way Clear writes puts building better habits into actionable steps that you can … Continue reading Atomic Habits by James Clear
2020 was the year I actually started appreciating books and the escapism that they offer (this I found was very needed in the midst of a Global Pandemic). Considering I’m quite new to reading I’m still trying to find the genres and the styles of writing that I enjoy. Below I’m going to quickly (or … Continue reading Books I read in 2020
I’ve never really been a big reader, my sister always used to be the book worm that would get through hundreds of books on holidays but I’ just do puzzle books and listen to music. I’d always say I ‘couldn’t’ read because I was so slow compared to her and my mum, but in all … Continue reading How to get in to reading