Advice For A Crappy Week

This week has been crap!

Not for me it hasn’t, but for you guys it seems so!

It’s been unexpectedly busy for me here at Boost Therapy and I have actually lost count of all of you who when I ask how has your week been, the answer has been “crap!”

So I wanted to write this to show you, you are not alone. The struggle is real, and because we get so het up about things, we don’t always talk about it. We gloss over everything so we look ok from the outside. Heaven forbid someone might see that you are having a hard time!

Here is some advice I have given this week, if you have fallen off the wagon:

-          Practice some self-compassion! Really, ask yourself if that was your best friend/loved one would you really be telling them you were disappointed in them because they had one baking day out of 60!?

-          Make Time! Seriously, we all have the same number of hours in the day. Everyone gets tired. You cannot pour from an empty cup, so make sure you fill yourself up first! Go take that bath, go for a walk, and buy yourself those flowers. Don’t guilt yourself out of looking after you.

-          Use the Tools you have! You have so many resources inside of you. Your ability and determination has brought you through some really tough stuff. You already have so much strength, and now you have external support available to you, USE IT. Remember you get out what you put in. If you have products, audios, e-guides, books, SOS calls available to you etc. USE THEM. They don’t work, just sat on your desk, or not listened to on your media player. USE THEM!!!

-          Stop it with the excuses. Really. You invested time, energy, money into making the change you want to make. Don’t let yourself down at the last minute. You are so much better than that. You are half way up this mountain and the view at the top is beautiful. This next phase is probably new, a place you haven’t been there before, but my goodness it’s going to be amazing when you get there. Step by step keep going!!

Accept responsibility for yourself, your actions and re-actions. Be proud of what you have done, achieved. Be excited about what you are going to do. Be inspired to be the new version of you.

You are fearless, don’t forget that.

You Can,

You Will,

Because you Are

 

 

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