So you had a bad week, a few days you could not meditate or did not follow through on your exercise routine, and maybe went back into your old habits of eating, that are less than optimal.
You are left now with two choices: Beat yourself up, over the next few days, and maybe even weeks, or dust off and begin again.
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The reality is, we are all going to fall short at one point or another of our daily goals, and miss the standards that we have set for ourselves, even if we do have the best intentions. As long as you do not make this a habit – because breaking your own rules, can also become a habit – and it is truly something that just happened on occasion, then it is okay to give yourself a little break, and move forward.A Quick Positive Thought For Today: Be Kind To Yourself #MondayMotivation #inspiration Click To Tweet
Being negative with yourself can become self-defeating, and make it even harder for yourself to get back into the swing of whatever goal you are trying to achieve.
Yes, you should be aware of your shortcomings, maybe even note it in your journal, but then MOVE ON, with a renewed sense of commitment.