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Week 2 of the Last 90 Days Challenge | Results

In last week's post, Last 90 Days Challenge | Planning StrategyI shared the steps I took in the first week of the last 90 days challenge, hosted by Rachel Hollis.

And although that first week was great, the second week has been even better. I can’t believe how much progress I made in the first two weeks. Before I update you on the progress I made, let me tell you what I do each day to make sure I stay on track. 

My mornings begin at 6:00 a.m. followed immediately by meditating. I find that meditating right as I wake up works best for me because my mind hasn’t been compromised by other people or social media.

Once meditation is over, I make a cup of coffee and begin my journaling practice, this includes:


Picking out a mantra card from the Universe Has Your Back, by Gabby Bernstein.

Writing down an affirmation for the day

Writing down an intention for the day

Writing down 10 things I’m thankful for. (I try to not duplicate from the day before unless I feel moved to do so. There’s plenty to be thankful for, and I don’t want to take anything for granted. Then, if I’m inspired to, I follow this with a bit of journaling, but this part is optional.)

Reviewing my 90 days goals

Once finished, I get up and I begin my workout, which takes about 30 minutes or so.


These are pretty much my mornings, Monday through Friday. I’m lenient on the weekends, and I don’t feel like I’m failing because of it. On the contrary, I feel energized and excited to get started on Monday mornings. 

You wouldn’t think that setting goals, working toward them and having an active wellness routine actually works, right? (wink wink) You guys, it totally does!

Here's my update: I started my email subscription list a few months back and though I had a few wonderful individuals join, I hadn’t really made a huge dent. One of my goals was to grow the list so that I could start communicating and sharing on my own terms, not dependent on other social mediums. I set a goal to reach a certain number of subscribers—which I thought was reasonable by December 31st 2018, and instead, I reached my goal 12 days after starting this challenge. 12 days! In addition to, I lost a few pounds and stayed consistent with my spiritual practice all week--once again. 

Well, that's it for week two, I'm excited to see what the rest of week three brings me. 

If you want to get a jump-start on your goal-setting, then download my free workbook and start reaching your goals today! 

Till Next Time!

 

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