Eat food from farmers markets.
Drink good tea each morning.
Read books that make you feel.
Paint, even if you’re awful.
Write, even when you have nothing to say.
Sit in the fresh air outside.
Go on hikes.
Swim in lakes and wade in streams.
Sleep as long as you need.
Work hard at what you love.
Work hard at what you hate.
Love unconditionally and wholeheartedly.
I’ll be ok. I just need time to be sad.
You know, a lot of us freak out and get really disappointed in ourselves when we get off track for a while. But I think that sometimes this is a good thing because when we get off track and we feel a difference in our body from eating cruddy foods and not working out it reminds us why we want to be healthy: it feels better. I feel the best motivation after a break because I’m rested and ready to get back to working hard. After a few days of junk, drinks, and being sluggish, I crave my normal routine and just want to get back into the swing of things. There’s nothing wrong with deviating from your path for a little while as long as you don’t let it affect you in a negative way. Allow it to recharge you not get down on yourself.
i wanted to focus on art and career shit next semester so bad but my parents are pressuring me to get ANOTHER job when ill already be working 40 hours a week im gonna have a panic attack cant do this out of state tuition bs for much longer without assistance brb hyperventilating.