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Jun 28

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Jul 13 - Jul 14


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06/29/2022 6:48AM

June 29

First - it's Wednesday so that means there's another step challenge today! The goal today is your normal daily step goal, or past seven day average PLUS an extra 750 steps. Do that then remember to come back tomorrow to comment on the Challenge Check In post.

If you had a friend who was constantly putting you down and saying thinks like...
- You can't run.
- You'll never lose weight.
- Why do you even bother?
- You'll never finish that race.
- That outfit looks terrible on you.
- (You get the idea....)

...would you still be friends with that person? Now consider this: how often do you say similar things to yourself? Instead of building yourself up, do you often tear yourself down?

Make a habit out of saying negative things about yourself. And you'll start believing it. Example: I can't run a mile without stopping.

Instead of seeing that statement as a negative, shift it to a positive. Instead you could say: I was able to run more than half a mile without stopping!

See the difference? In the negative version, you're downplaying your accomplishment and focusing on what you CAN'T do. And in the positive version, you're building yourself up by talking about how far you were able to run without stopping. Big difference.

Positive thoughts will lead to a positive attitude. And with a positive attitude, you can be unstoppable.

Ways to combat that negative self talk:
- Practice keeping a Gratitude Journal. Each day write down something you are grateful for in your journal. Over time, you will begin to see the glass is half full rather than half empty.

- Avoid phrasing accomplishments with immediately putting yourself down - i.e. I "only" lost 3 lbs.

- When someone compliments you, ACCEPT IT! Simply say, "Thank you!" instead of following it up with a negative reply - i.e. "I still have a lot more to lose."

How do you combat negative self talk?

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Tiffany K.

It's so hard to overcome that negativity in our own minds! I am my own worst enemy. I try really hard to say something positive about myself outloud after I say something nasty to myself in my head.


Tiffany, I know. I think we all are guilty of this on some level. We need to treat ourselves just as we treat someone whom we love. It’s a work in progress always and requires daily practice.

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