Should we fake it till we make it?
Interesting question, that I ask myself pretty often lately.
And “pretty often” means, I even made a cake from it! (“Spinach Cake “Pistachio”);)
“Act as if”– attitude is being recommended when you are passionate to achieve a goal, but feel not enough strong, good, confident (please, underline the correct one). Needless to say, but too many people let their previous mistakes and failures define them, their behavior, even their everyday habits. Read more
This spring I wrote my first summer bucket list (it is pretty short and I didn’t publish it, because I wasn’t sure, if I would have enough time to accomplish each goal before the end of summer).
Well, I think,..
September, October! is the right time to do it!)) I like to analyze things and make clever (hardly ever) conclusions;)) So, here we go..
SUMMER BUCKET LIST – CONCLUSION
This summer I had 3 Weeks No Sugar Challenge (no refined sugar or artificial sweeteners). Scientists say: “It takes 21 days to form a new habit” (No, it doesn’t)). Life without chocolate, ketchup, pizza (sugar is hiding everywhere), sweet cup of coffee, pies, packed juice, candies seemed to be horrible and terrifying, but at the end of the second week you feel a “real” taste of food, find a lot of healthy and delicious new products and recipes. After this challenge, I become more sensitive to sugar, so I considerably reduced the amount of it. It is also a good way to be more attentive in your everyday life, to notice what you buy and what you eat.