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We often get stuck in a routine. So much so, that we don’t realize how unhappy or unfulfilled we are until it’s too late! The problem is that routines are comforting and they make life easier. However, if you want to live the best life possible, then you have to take risks and do something different once in awhile. In this blog post I’m going to share with you five things that will help break out of your rut and c’mon do something new!
c’mon, you can take the first step right now. It starts with one small change and it will quickly snowball into a string of decisions that will lead to an entirely new life for you!
One thing I’ve been trying lately is making my own lunch instead of buying it from work. This was not only less expensive but also healthier than what they serve at work. Suddenly all those days where I would stuff myself on junk food were gone and in their place came healthy choices! The next time you’re feeling stuck or unhappy, try these five things before letting yourself get too down on yourself. c’mon, you can do it!
c’mon, try to get out of your head and into the real world. Take a walk around town or go visit that museum down the street from work. If those don’t suit you, then grab some friends for an adventure like rock climbing or hiking! Just make sure to pack snacks so if hunger strikes during your excursion c’est la vie!”
Break Out of Your Rut: Five Things You Can Do Right Now
“C’mon, let’s be honest with ourselves here – we’ve all been there before…feeling stuck in old habits and routines where nothing seems satisfying anymore. We’re tired of doing the same things every day and we’re not sure what to do about it. c’mon, you can take a break from your daily grind with these five simple steps!”
c’mon try something new! If you’ve been feeling stagnate lately then maybe the answer is that you just need to get out of your head for awhile.”
“Maybe consider trying one thing on this list every week until all of them have become part of your routine: go through old photos together, listen to an album or playlist that reminds you how wonderful life really is (even if its only temporary), make plans for some free time in the near future where you don’t know what’s going to happen…maybe even pull up Google Maps and pick a random destination! c’mon, you can take a break from your daily grind with these five simple steps!”
– c’mon do something! “We get stuck in a rut when we stop doing what fulfills us. c’mon, go ahead and take the time for yourself to do that thing you love – whether it’s cooking your favorite meal, reading an old book or watching some of those episodes of Friends you’ve been meaning to catch up on.”
“It doesn’t matter if its just a small break from daily life…just c’mon and try something new!”
“If there is any aspect of your day (or week) where you feel like things haven’t really turned out how they were supposed to then c’mon and change course now!”
“Take control over one part of your schedule today (maybe Friday) and c’mon do something different!”
“Take a break from the daily grind, c’mon! You deserve to be happy.”
– c’mon do something. “If you’re stuck in a rut stop what is not working for you TODAY and c’mon try one of these five things instead:
– c’mon do something. “Doing anything can make us feel better – even if it’s just an hour or two away from our problems…or maybe that thing we were thinking about doing but never got around to actually making happen.”
“Maybe we need more sleep, exercise or time with loved ones?”
“Or some new clothes? Maybe this month we should c’mon c
– c’mon do something. “It’s time to make a change so c’mon and try it out…even if it doesn’t work for you or is too difficult, keep your mind open.”
“The worst that can happen from trying is failing the task at hand – but even then we might learn something new about ourselves as well!”
c’mon do something. “Whatever you’re doing today, I hope this article inspires you to break free of whatever has been holding you back! If not this month, maybe next? Cmon and take control over one part of your schedule TODAY (maybe Friday) and c’mon d out how they were supposed to do.