How to: start your week.

August 21, 2017

Has your Monday morning ever tackled you to the ground?

I know mine has.

 

Has your Monday ever felt a little something like this …

 

What am I going to wear today?

Did I forget to feed the dog?

When does the new girl start?

Shoot, did I miss a meeting?

Why am I always so late?

 

If this is you too, then welcome to the club.

This is exactly  why I created “The Week Starter”, a short little guide to help you kickstart your week off right.

 

What if your mornings looked a little bit more like this …

 

I’m stoked to wear my new floral print dress today.

I just took the dog for a long walk & I feel great!

The new girl starts tomorrow and I can’t wait to show her the ropes.

I’ve got a lunch meeting today at noon, no need to bring lunch today!

So this is what it feels like to walk out the door 10 minutes early.

 

Who doesn’t want to live in a mind space like that!?

I know I do.

 

I created this weekly guide because I have flopped on Mondays, I have rushed last minute to meetings, I have forgotten to feed my dog. And I recognized that I needed to make a change. I pinpointed the area that has gotten me stuck in these unfavorable habits and got to work. The Week Starter is a result of that!

 

Each day you're given 5 categories of life that seem to be most critical to women:

 

1. Wearing

2. Eating

3. Work

4. Workout

5. Social

 

When you take the time to invest energy into planning out your day, I guarantee you will feel more successful, qualified, organized, timely, and productive.

 

So here it is, The Week Starter.

 

 

HOW TO USE IT:

A. I highly recommend sitting down by yourself (maybe with a glass of wine) on a Sunday night to fill in the weekly guide.

 

B. Start off by getting into the word, find a verse that stands out to you, that will give you the strength & perseverance you need to get after the week ahead.

 

C. Each day offers 5 different categories of life things, fill them all in! If you don't have something planned, then fill it in anyways. This frees you up to not feel guilty. For example, if you choose not to work out on Tuesday and take a rest day instead, write "rest day", then you'll know that resting is a part of the plan.

 

D. Don't be hard on yourself. If you forget things, or something gets in the way of what you've planned. Be willing to go with the flow.

 

E. Keep this with you! Post it on your vision board, keep it in your wallet, whatever you need to do to keep it handy when you forget what the heck you're supposed to be doing!

 

Last, but not least a little encouragement from me -

Changing undesired habits is not easy, but you CAN DO IT!

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