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Commit to 1 minute of Meditation a Day 4201

I commit to one minute of meditation a day.

Added by Justina W.
Blog Community Rest Commitments
physical activity 4182

Have joined the gym with my spouse.  Jointly committing to ~150 min of physical activity per week and to be accountability partners with each other.

Commitment to Yoga 4180

I commit to a minimum of 30 minutes of yoga each day for 30 consecutive days. My purpose in doing this challenge is to connect with my mind, body, and soul. My hope is that I fall back in love with being physically active and grounded in my body. I know that in challenging myself to do this I will begin to feel better and better manage my stress levels. 

Work Towards Calm 4179

I will continue to workout for at least 20 minutes in the morning. Days that I do, I am happier, calmer and have more patience. I will do this for my mental health.

Finding more Balance 4176

This year I would like to find balance between work and home. I commute for roughly two and a half hours for work 5 days a week and am also trying to do more on my farm and be present for my family. I also am finishing my BSN this year. My goal is to organize my time better so I can get the right amount of sleep so that I can tackle my commitments without feeling drained ...

Nutrition 4166

I commit to eating better and less fast food.  My goal is to eat more veggies, proteins and fruits daily.  My goal is to decrease sugar and carb intake.  

Added by Sneeley
Blog Community Nutrition Commitments
Being Present 4164

I will commit to being present during interactions with others, not checking my phone during conversations. Eating one meal a day without TV, phone, or reading emails.