There are tons of physical exercises and tips on how to get “beach-ready”, but today we’re talking about how you can do some mental exercises to get beach-ready:
- Whether or not you have the “perfect body” doesn’t matter; it’s what you think about your body that makes a difference. Analyze what you say to yourself on a regular basis: Do you say mean or insulting things to yourself, or do you pump yourself up?
- Look at yourself in the mirror while you are brushing your teeth and say motivating things. Reprogram yourself to talk positively about your body, such as “I like my stomach,” or “My face is pretty.”
- Place a sticky note near your computer with a positive comment about your body. By engaging in positive self-talk, you’ll instantly start feeling better about yourself and more confident in your body – whether you’re in a bikini at the beach or in a suit at work.
Stephanie Mansour from Step It Up with Steph has some great tips for living a more happy, healthy, and fit lifestyle. Check back each week for a new, fun, and easy way to live better, eat healthier, and experience something new!
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