Motivation To Live By To Live By/

First off, I want to apologize for having been M.I.A with my posts!. I have been enjoying my summer and am currently working on a schedule in which I can enjoy my self, work my full time, and also get posts out for all of you. That being said, let’s get into today’s post on on motivation!

Today I thought the perfect topic would be motivation. Some days it’s all I need to correct my mindset or push me to become better and work harder. To me, there is nothing better than stumbling across a motivational excerpt. This one is for you guys ♥ To Live By/

For starters, you can do anything. Really, you can. Believe that you can and you WILL. If you are facing a hard ship in your journey, just know you are strong and capable of so much more than what we tend to credit ourselves to. Even if you find yourself succeeding at levels you never thought possible (congratulations by the way!), eventually, we all will find a point of struggle in our journeys. It is so important to learn from our struggles and not let them define us. Don’t see struggles as breaking points, but rather chances to become stronger. Overcoming obstacles is part of the journey and the sooner you accept their presence the sooner you can overcome them!

Take each day with both feet firmly on the foundation of your goals. Live each day with discipline, love, understanding, and patience and you will see results within and without. To Live By/

For more motivation, check out some of my past posts

What motivates you in reaching your goals?

About Simply Healthy

My name is Kaytlin and I created this blog to help others who may find themselves at a crossroads with their health. I have been there, lived it, and found the path to happiness. I lost over 65 pounds and gained an entire new mindset on life. On a more personal note, I am 25 years old and live in northern Indiana with my fiancee Tyler and border collie, lab mix, Iris. I am a movie and music fiend and lover of the arts. My goals in life are to have a house in the country where I can grow my own food, do my part in reducing my carbon footprint, and reach as many people as possible with what I have learned on physical and mental health.

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