Getting up at 5:00 a.m. gives me bad memories and makes me anxious . I've been trying to do it for like 2 months now and it always ends up being closer to 7 #nightowl. But last night I fell asleep around 10:30 and I got up at 5:30 I shut off the next 7 alarms I had lined up (anybody else?), and forced myself out of bed.
So far I've gotten the dishes done, prepped some veggies, checked in with all the people in my wellness accountability group, I've had breakfast, made tea ☕️ , prepared Jay's shake for him, responded to messages, and I'm about to read some PD and then crush a workout before work.
Some fellow coaches inspired me and one of my star challengers in my group inspired me.
She's a single mom that gets up at like 3:00 am every morning to get her workout in, get ready, and then take care of her kids before she leaves for work. Fcking savage. I used to dread waking up at 5:30. Because it was just to go sit in traffic , off to a job a I hated, where I got paid shit money, and worked with kids and adults that didn't care about my bills- everybody for themselves, stealing jobs from you (I was a mechanic) no integrity or work ethic.
I don't even have anxiety! And even thinking about it makes me anxious.
BUTTT I bring it up only to show you that you CAN move forward. Getting up early can be amazing...when you're actuallydont hate your job and look forward to the day with fresh ambition and possibility. Surround yourself with people and friends that drive you and inspire you to level up.
Not like tacokitty. She's not exactly motivating #cuteafthough