ThePeopleAlchemist Edit: Be your best self – #SmashYourCeiling, change starts from within -Business & Lifestyle Experimentation for #TheWomanAlchemist
Hello there, after working on morning and evening habits it is time to look at developing habits for Le Weekend too.
That’s right. Building Self-appreciation is an everyday practice; it doesn’t stop on a Friday.
HABITS FOR “LE WEEKEND”
Mondays to Fridays is when we carry out Self-appreciation exercises built within and complementary to existing routines. The weekend is more relaxed and flexible.
This avoids the IDIOS fallacy. I talked about it in my “Think, Look and Act The Part” series. IDIOS is the acronym for I’ll do it on Saturday, and it is a fallacy because:
- you won’t, and
- if you do, you’ll hate it for eating up time in your weekend.
The key here is to keep it simple. VERY.
Personally, I find the time to meditate and my gratitude list no matter what. And then some freewriting (I write after all).
But I’m flexible on the time. I fit it around my day rather than the other way round.
Saturdays are my most sociable days (that’s because the majority of people have a Monday to Friday working-life with free weekends) and Sundays my time for self-care/self-pampering and walking (you can follow m escapade on Instagram).
And whilst I’m taking time for myself, I listen to motivational/inspirational audios or do my affirmations. It is all ABOUT ME, after all 😉 .
Let me know what are your habits for “le weekend”. See you on Monday, stay safe x
Recap of The Month so far …
Building Self-Appreciation Into Habits
- Habits that Run You
- Your Morning Routine
- Your Evening Routine
- Happiness is a Habit
- Old v New Habits and Positive Reinforcement
The Only Positive Thoughts Allowed Challenge:
- Bookaholic and Tapeaholic
- Make A List and The 90 Seconds Rule
- Time for Self
- So What?
- Self-discipline as Self-love
- The Power of Focus
The No Negative Thoughts Allowed Challenge :
Change starts from within; that’s why training your consciousness should be your Priority Numero 1 – a daily practice to silence your inner critic.