How do you know when your mindset or mental health work is working? 🤔 This is something I’ve been thinking about a lot over the past week. They’re both things I’ve put SO much time, energy, and attention into improving over the past 3 years. They’re also both very amorphous, blobby things that are hard
This week, I discovered another way Friends lied to me as a kid: It’s not that hard to quit the gym. 💁🏻♀️ At least, it wasn’t for me, when I cancelled the membership I got in late 2018. Maybe that was because they’re so busy right now with January Joiners. Which makes me a January
Oh, jeez. I normally do a longer intro, but this review itself is long enough. 🙈 So I’ll jump into it quickly. Just a few notes: If you like this, you can catch up on my 2017 and 2018 review too. I’ve been doing them since I left in-house work to do my own thing.
The TL;DR: stop bickering about what to call your ideas for the year, New Year’s Resolutions or something else, and focus on making progress on them. Happy new year! 🎉 I’ve already received 3 newsletters/marketing emails from other people that have snarkily been like, “aren’t you sick of people telling you happy new year already?!”
The gist: if you’re looking to do an energy management audit, Airtable is my favorite place to do it. Here’s a look inside my own energy management tracker there. Are you reaaaally a morning person, or do you just feel like you should be one? Should you exercise in the morning or afternoon? When’s the