Marcey Rader, Productivity and Health Expert, shows you stretches with the Jetsetter Mobile Gym Kit to...
Do you dread going to the grocery and wish that a fairy would leave a gift on your doorstep?
Do you suffer from food issues or allergies and wish that you could only look at choices that you would be able to eat?
Do you want to pay less money for this deliciousness in taste and time-saving so you can Work Well and Play More?
Do you find yourself saying…
You are an unorganized, tired mess.
There aren’t enough hours in the day.
I’ll never be fit.
I never get anything done on time.
When you continually tell yourself that you can’t do something or that you aren’t ‘that type of person’, you start to believe it.
Who comes to mind when you think of someone that has it together? The woman across the aisle who is beautiful, calm, stylish and has all the latest gadgets? The man who runs a company, is 27 years old, has a perfectly-behaved dog and an immaculate house even though he travels 3 days a week? There is no Superman. There is no Superwoman.
I took my first vacation in 1.5 years in September to celebrate my 40th birthday.
I know…I know…the Work Well and Play More gal hasn’t been on vacay?
Start a business, then you’ll know why!
Next time you combine work and play, have a plan going in when you will work and how you will handle emergencies.
Here’s how I Pomodoro’ed my vacation, didn’t get behind and came back to calm.
My schedule is crap. I have no time to exercise.
I have back to back meetings all day. Meditation is not an option.
People will think I’m weird.
I wear (insert here) high heels, a suit, glasses, underwear. The excuses are endless.
A lot of people have crap schedules but you can still find opportunities to move.
Does this describe you? You are slave to air traffic delays. You drive around to meet with clients at different locations. You never know when/where lunch will be and what time you’ll be home. How do you develop habits when you don’t have a routine?
How many times have you said you would exercise after work but traffic sucked, your plane was delayed or the meeting ran late. You get home starving, inhale whatever is in the fridge or can get into your mouth the quickest and then say ‘I’ll exercise tomorrow.’?
The longest thread I’ve had to schedule appointments online was eight. A 30-minute appointment with a back and forth eight times. Ridonculous. There’s a better way that doesn’t require an assistant, loads of cash or your brainspace.