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Think Positive, Sleep Positive

How many times has this happened to you, you get settled into to bed hoping for a good nights’ sleep only to lie awake thinking of your “to do” list, problems, and worries? “Monkey mind”, as it is often called, can wreck a nights’ sleep.

Luckily, there is a way to stop monkey mind before it starts. Before bed, take a few moments to list the good things that you experienced during your day. Making this list allows you to focus your mind on positive thoughts. Focusing on the positive redirects your monkey mind away from your sleep stealing thoughts and puts you in a more relaxed state of mind. These peaceful happy thoughts can lead to better more restful sleep. In addition, focusing on the positive before bedtime ensures you wake up with a more positive mindset the following morning leading to a better more productive day.

Tonight before going to bed:

Your list could include things like:

  • Traffic was lighter than normal
  • Your kids did the dishes without being told
  • Your work meeting was productive
  • You received a compliment about your beautiful smile
  • You heard your favorite song on the radio
  • You achieved a personal best at the gym
  • The sun was shining
  • You saw someone do something kind for another person

Or anything else you can think of that makes you feel good today.

Give it a try for the next week and see how you feel.

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On Your Mark, Get Set, It’s Monday

You can write down goals like:

I am going to go to the gym 3x this week.

I am going to eat vegetables with each meal.

I am going to spend 10 minutes mediating every day.

OR

They can be things you want to manifest, such as:

I am receiving $1500 unexpected income this week.

I am going to get hired at my dream job.

I am going to receive a cup of coffee from a stranger.

For example,

I am so proud of myself for going to the gym 3x this week. I feel strong and confident. I am thrilled that got hired at my dream job. I am excited to be starting in 2 weeks.

You get the idea.

Spend a few moments truly feeling the emotions behind your desires. Then put the list away until Saturday.

If you recall your list during the week, take a minute or two to focus on the emotions of achieving your desire.

If you accomplish/receive before Saturday say, “Thank You”.

Otherwise, just go along in your week, be as happy and productive as you can.

On Saturday, take the list out and see how you did.

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Have a happy, healthy day!!!


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Get Happy

Last Monday, I suggested you spend a few minutes of your day doing something that makes you happy ( Do Something…). Don’t worry if you missed it, because this week you are going to have the opportunity to do it again AND even more!

This week I encourage you to:

Here are some tips:

  • Try playing with your dog, going for a run, taking a nature walk, playing a game with your kids, reading a book, doing tai chi, meditating, baking cookies, or even sitting on your back porch listening to the birds sing.
  • Feel free to do the same activity every day or change it up from day-to-day, whatever feels good to you.
  • Don’t stress out! Do your best to get 15 minutes in each day. If you have a day where you simply cannot spend the full 15 minutes, try for 5-6 minutes instead.
  • Take notice of how you feel and how your week progresses.

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    Do Something that Makes You Happy

    Take a walk, play with your kids, pet your cat, sing, dance, read a book, watch a movie, write a poem, meditate, or cook a nice dinner for yourself.

    Whatever it is, spend at least 10 minutes today doing something that brings you joy!

    No guilt, no judgement, just have fun!!!!


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    Do Something Nice for a Stranger

    In a world where we are so distracted by our phones, iPads, and Bluetooth ear buds, it is difficult to engage in real human contact. However, humans a social animals. We are designed to interact face to face not text to text. Regular human contact improves our mood and can even help improve self-esteem.

    On a similar note, acts of philanthropy, aka giving to others, can also help improve mood and make us feel happier and more positive.

    So today, make it your goal to do something nice for a stranger:

    • Give a stranger a compliment
    • Hold the door for someone, look them in the eye, and say, “Good day”
    • Pay for a stranger’s coffee
    • Help someone carry groceries

    This simple act of kindness is a powerful way make another person’s day brighter and although you may never know, your action could snowball into something even greater for the whole world.

    And don’t forget, you’ll feel terrific too!

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    Success is in Your Hands

    Take a moment to think about one of your goals. One of your BIG goals. Perhaps you want to run a marathon, lose 50 pounds, go back to school, find the love of your life, or move to a new city…

    Now, think about why you have not achieved that goal yet.

    If you are like most of us, you are avoiding committing time and energy to that goal, either consciously or unconsciously, out of fear. Fear of change, fear of failure, fear of what other people will think…

    And that’s ok. Fear is a natural reaction to the unknown. But, now that you realize that some type of fear is blocking you from moving toward your goal, you have taken the first step to overcoming that fear. Give that fear a name, write it down.

    For example:

    “I am afraid that if I <insert goal> people will criticize me and tell me I am wrong/selfish/stupid/living in a fantasy world.”

    Now that you have identified your fear, you can start taking steps to turning that fear into success.

    You have played the, “What if…” game for awhile focusing on the fear, so you know how to play. It is time to turn the tables on fear and start playing the game to win!

    Here’s how:

      Take the fear you identified earlier and rewrite it as a success:

        • It feels great to have <insert goal>! People congratulate me daily on my success and tell me I have inspired them to follow their aspirations.
  • Realizing that success is possible and focusing on the ultimate feelings of gratitude, happiness, and self-esteem that come from places the key to success directly in your hands. You are in charge of your success. You are in charge of achieving your goal. NOT the fear!
  • By looking your fear in the eye and telling it to “shove off”, you put yourself in control and allow yourself to start taking steps, even if they are small at first, down the road to success. In effect you:
  • And after all, isn’t that all you really need to do?

    PS-Once you have identified your fear and written it down, burn it as a symbol of your newfound courage and determination.

    Help inspire other readers conquer by writing your “statement of success” in the comments below.

    Until next time, have a happy healthy day!

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    Good Nutrition Can Get You to All of Your Goals

    No matter what your goals are this year: financial, career, relationships, or physical, good nutrition is a key step in achieving your goals. After all, how can you take action toward your goals if you are feeling sick, tired, and stressed out?

    Good nutrition provides the nutrients you need fuel your brain, give you energy, and keep you alert and focused on the the steps you need to take to reach your goal.

    Nutritional coaching can teach you how to eat to perform at your best mentally and physically. The better you perform, the faster and easier you will reach your goal.

    In nutritional coaching, you meet with your coach to assess your current nutritional and dietary situation and determine the next step in becoming a little bit better by introducing small achievable changes that, over time yield measurable results. With nutritional coaching you can stop dieting, learn to eat better, and be more focused and energetic.

    At Achieve Wellness, our clients meet with their coach via video conference or messenger once a month to discuss progress, identify challenges, and collaborate on what steps to take next. In addition, clients receive daily lessons and tips to help them stay on track. Coaches monitor progress and provide feedback as necessary throughout the process.

    Because I want you to achieve all of your goals this year, I am offering a special new year rate for the month of January!

    I am offering our 1-on-1 nutritional coaching program for $150/month (reg. $175/month) AND I am throwing in the initial consultation free of charge, that’s a $50 savings!

    Space in the program is limited to 10 people and at this price spaces will fill quickly, so don’t wait!

    Take a few minutes right now to fill out our new client survey and get on the path to reaching your goals in 2019!