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wikihow // helpful tips // 3 practices to calm an anxious mind // how-to guide // creating your mind palace // 3 breathing exercises // 6 breathing exercises // yoga bunny // meditation for beginners // about meditation // yoga with connie bowman // 20 minute yoga routine // yoga to make you happy // guided meditationMASTERPOSTS
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yogaholics // killyouranxiety // thatanxietyblog // lets-beat-mental-illness // recoverykitty // yogis-yoginis // healthylifestylechoice // happier-soon // rising.co.vu // catfromhell // you-can-just-breathe (trigger warning: autoplay) // recovery-in-pink // forescent // recoverytreeMUSIC
note to self. // good feelings // coffee shop acoustic // bubble baths, coffee and hardback books // rad covers // a little bit of everything // good morning // breathe // acoustic // conquer school // wheels on the road // choose happy // coffee shop tunes // my faves // good vibes // late winter nights // lovely quiet // overwhelmed // tonight you’re perfect // random [feel]goodies // rewind // crawling back to you // sleepy tunesRELAXING NOISESOTHER
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THIS IS BEAUTIFUL.
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Don’t want to work out? Remember:
- Your progress will not be stalled or inhibited if you take rest days. In fact, the occasional rest day is an incredibly necessary part of being healthy and active! Taking a day off here or there will give your body time to repair itself and recover from past workouts. Rest days are important and they will actually help to spur forward your progress, both physically and mentally.
- Sweat might be satisfying, but it shouldn’t be the only satisfying thing in your life. Do you get a sense of accomplishment from beating the final boss in your video game? From teaching your little sister how to knit? From finishing your homework on time? Then don’t feel guilty about pursuing those other satisfying actions! You’re allowed to care about more than one thing in your life. Just because you’re not working out doesn’t mean that your day is going to be wasted or worthless.
- People change. Sometimes the reason why we started isn’t going to be the reason why we continue, and that’s perfectly fine. Just because you originally had a specific goal doesn’t mean that you’re obligated to pursue that goal indefinitely. Instead, take a look at your priorities and values at this very moment - What matters the most to you right now? Think about that, not about what you wanted once upon a time.
- Again: Your progress will not be stalled or inhibited if you take rest days. Taking some time off will still help you reach your ultimate goal. Besides, progress is all about taking baby steps. One day is not going to make or break you. You can still reach that goal even if you flounder around for a little while or decide to focus on other things. That’s why it’s an “ultimate” goal: You’ll get there eventually, so don’t worry if you take some breaks along the way.
- Why does it have to be one or the other? The pain of DOMS sometimes makes me regret working out, while the absolute bliss of a rest day sometimes makes me feel amazing. You can experience both things, or neither, or anything that you really want. Besides, soreness should not be inherently linked to exercise: You don’t have to be sore in order to have gotten a good workout in. If you’re specifically aiming for soreness and trying to evoke pain from your body? Then you’re practicing a type of self-harm and should probably seek some help from a counselor.
I am sorry for the non-book related post but its been 10 minutes and I am still laughing.
This is what Bella’s reaction should have been.