How to Start Over: A Fresh (Mid-) February

I love this brilliant tip from Abigail about having a more honest conversation with yourself when you say “I haven’t got time” … I have definitely been guilt of this these past few weeks and I feel sure that changing the conversation could be powerful xxx

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Start all over again…no matter what! That’s the easiest way to start again after a couple of weeks away from anything.

I’ve been away from my blog now for over two weeks ‘because I don’t have time’.

But everybody knows TIME is not the real issue here – rather it is my level of commitment.

Perfectly-timed as ever, you should check out my popular post on ‘8 Simple Time Management Tips’if you really feel you cannot manage your time effectively!

We are all guilty of the ‘lack of time’ myth. So here’s a handy tip that I often try to remember and apply myself:

Replace: ‘I don’t have time’ with ‘I am not willing to commit my time to this activity/person.’

So for the past week I will hold my hands up to admit this…

I chose to use my TIME to…

  1. Sleep (essential post-training, pre-training and…

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