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MAKING TIME FOR SELF-CARE

Have you ever accidentally took a break from working out?

You’re SO BUSY that you thought you didn’t have time to focus on your self-care?

Actually, you’re not even aware enough to think about it. It just happened.

And it wasn’t long until you were feeling exhausted and irritable.

Talk about a face-palm moment.

You’re so in your head and thinking about everything you needed to do that you forgot to be PRESENT –

And in the process you were robbing yourself of the chance to make TODAY a great day.

It’s the classic dilemma of letting the “urgent” get in the way of the important. We all do it from time to time.

We focus on all the things we think we SHOULD do …

and that usually means putting our own self-care on the backburner.

But here’s where we get it twisted: those 30 minutes you spend TODAY taking care of yourself will make everything else in your life easier.

And it all comes down to today. 

What you do TODAY is going to impact your tomorrow. 

Thirty minutes of quiet time, 30 minutes of preparing healthy meals for the week, 30 minutes of sweating it out …

It’s literally just 2% of your day.

So what’s ONE thing you can do today to prioritize your self-care? 

Tomorrow, you’ll wish you did that thing today. 

Whatever the first thing that popped into your head was … 

make it as “urgent” as all of the other things you have to do today.

Make sure you carve out some “you” time today.

Own your day,

Lyonel Lumarque

www.GetLyonStrong.com

PS … Fact: obstacles will always pop up! That’s why it’s SO IMPORTANT to have strategies in place ahead of time to deal with them. 

We can help you with a personalized plan and accountability so you can remain a priority in your own life. 

Click the following link to book a quick discovery call: https://joinlyonstrong.as.me/p…

LYONEL LUMARQUE

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