The true reason why we are mean to others who cannot keep their resolutions.
This video was inspired by a Facebook post my friend shared recently.
It was about a woman who was new to a gym being bullied by other members for not knowing how to use the equipment.
I dig into the true reason why we hate on people who cannot keep their New Year resolutions to work out longer than 2 weeks into the year.
How I trained myself to eat less junk food.
Thought of the Day
Key idea: training yourself to associate how you FEEL 10-15 minutes after you eat the food instead of associating the food with those feelings of instant gratification when you first take a bite.
Now, I’m not saying I don’t eat junk food nor do I hate junk food. But my cravings and desire to eat them often has decreased significantly.
Are you interested in trying this? Let me know your thoughts
Thought for the day
Key idea: The easiest way to make ourselves unhappy is to compare ourselves with other people. Therefore, to increase happiness, we have to stop this.
Easier said than done, given how social media encourages us to show our “best sides” and the “highlight reel” of our lives.
I reality, many times we’re just trying to impress people we don’t even like. And we can’t help but be envious of those around us who seem happy and successful.
But more often than not, those who seem to have perfect lives on the outside might be struggling with the same insecurities as us.
Some of my favorite
on this topic: books
Thoughts? Do you agree? Disagree? What else makes us unhappy?
My thoughts on how to define “love”.
Morning thoughts during my commute to work
I had this thought while reflecting on a recent book I read
The Gifts of Imperfection and wanted to capture my ideas.
Main idea: If we wait for a feeling to act, we’ll never do it. But if we act first, we’ll produce the feeling. This applies not only to going to the gym and working out but also to love, in my opinion.
Thoughts? How do you define love? Agree or disagree?
Originally posted 7/24/18 on Facebook