This is mostly in regards to body image. I don’t really believe in having a goal “weight” but more of a goal “shape”. 2 weeks ago
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How I did it: It's come from a few different things:
1. Making a list of things I like about who I am now
2. Starting to do things that I've wanted to do but put off
3. Addressing negative emotional feelings and limiting beliefs
4. Establishing new beliefs and principles to live by. Read how I did it… 17 months ago
I felt off this morning before I started going through my “Things I like about me” list, about 80% of the way through it I started feeling like I agreed with the stuff on the list. I got a chance to add a couple more things to the end of it. How awesome is it to think about going through a list of over 100 things that are neat about yourself every day. By the end of a list like that it’ll be hard to feel anything but positive.
The cool thing is that there’s enough on that list that allows me to be imperfect, awkward, critical and emotionally honest. 18 months ago
I’d like to wake up in the morning and just naturally feel good about the person I’m living as.
Right now I’m using my list of “Things I like about me” as sort of daily affirmations. I’ve got to say after reading through the list (that’s getting pretty darn long) I do feel more gooder. And we all know, gooder is gooder than good. 19 months ago
Specific – not exactly
Measurable – not really
Active – no, not active
Reasonable – yes, it’s reasonable to feel good about myself
Timely – no, there’s no mention of any time period here 19 months ago