Thursday, May 15, 2014

DAY 15
 Cravings or the desire to zone out for hours in front of the TV (or both) often stem from something more than a sweet tooth or a tired body. We use food and unhealthy lifestyle choices to numb out. Instead, find out what you really need. A day off? A back rub? Some breathing room from a loved one? Figure it out, then act on it.   —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: This week's WOW is all about building more lean, lovely muscle. You'll be doing compound movements with light hand weights to tone and tighten every inch. As you work through them, focus on building your mental strength, too, by pushing through to the last rep. The stronger your willpower and mental muscles, the easier it will become to make exercise a habit and not a chore. Click here to download Workout of the Week #3.

DAY 14
 Keep emails short. Establishing a clean, brief style of communicating may cause unease at first, but people will get on board and be grateful. If possible, check email twice per day, once in the morning and once mid-afternoon.   —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: Create a reverse bucket list. On the days when I'm feeling less-than-100%, I look at my reverse bucket list to find my motivation to keep going. This piece of paper includes all the things I've already accomplished. It reminds me that I can do anything I set my mind to, and inspires me to achieve even more. Create your own and refer to it whenever you feel frustrated or want an extra hit of motivation

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