Thinking Positive

THINKING POSITIVE

Psychologists suggest that actively editing your negative self-talk patterns is a powerful way to support healthier lifestyle choices. For example, anytime you catch yourself thinking, “I am too busy to work out,” rephrase the thought in more positive, empowering terms, such as, “I choose to make myself a priority.” Or, “I do have time to be healthy.” Or, “I am willing to do something active today.” Over time, those positive thought patterns will replace the negative ones, helping you to see your choices more clearly.

BE YOURSELF

Part of the reason you can’t make time for exercise may be because you’re not focusing on the right workout for you. Analyze your lifestyle and personality to find a routine that suits you. Once you understand your fitness personality, you’ll be able to identify activities you actually enjoy, and squeezing them into your schedule won’t be nearly as hard. I CAN HELP YOU WITH THIS! CONTACT ME NOW! http://happynash.com/coaches/

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