I’ve never written a review of the current year. But I’ve seen other bloggers do this and what they’d like to focus on the next year. I’ve never felt compelled to write a review. Mostly because I’ve never seen a new year as beginning something new. I see it more like any other day. But one that I celebrate together with other people. I’ve never seen why you need to wait for a new year to commit to a goal. You can always start today by taking small steps.
How do we celebrate the little things in life? What about all those small wins we have each day that we should be proud? I’ve often heard that you should celebrate the little things in life. But I always had trouble implementing the act of celebrating into my life.
Every now and then I find myself procrastinating on taking even small steps towards my goal. Maybe it’s the same for you?
Sometimes it’s because the goal seems like an insurmountable obstacle. It just doesn’t feel like I’m making any progress if I take one or two small steps. So why bother, right? Other times there’s too many steps available. I don’t know where to start. And then there’s the dread of “what happens if I don’t like the goal when I get there?”.
I often find myself procrastinating on tasks, and I’ve always wondered why people procrastinate. Is there a set of common causes out there? Which ones are they? What tactics can you use to combat procrastinating?
Let me state that it’s not easy to earn money from blogging. Don’t get me wrong, it’s doable but as with everything you have to put in the time. You have to research, experiment and especially go outside of your comfort zone. I have yet to earn a single dime from blogging.
In the coming week I will focus on marketing my blog to get more than the 10–50 users per article I’m getting today. After that I will research what alternative route to ads I want to take to earn money.
This is the third post in the Wim Hof Method series. I talk how my second week has been and how it was different from the first week.
This article is a continuation of Wim Hof Method — Week 1, Day 1. I will go through how my first week has been with the Wim Hof Method. What are my results? What has been hard, what has worked? How has the first few days of week two been? What do I think of the program so far? Week 1 I’d say the first week has left me with mixed feelings. Both really positive and indifferently bland. The days I did the exercises I had more energy than I usually have—even compared to when I used to do weights in the […]
This month I’m starting a whole new project to make 20 000kr ($2200) from blogging in 6 months. It’s an extremely challenging project; a goal that’s almost out of reach. During this trip I’ll write about all steps I’m taking; what works and what doesn’t work. This way other people can copy what I’m doing 🙂 I will try to write about all the details and steps in minute detail.
Yesterday I found this incredible guy, Wim Hof, who has mastered the ability to control his body (immune system, body temperature, energy) through a combination of breathing and mind exercises. I was so intrigued by Lewis Howes’ interview of Wim Hof yesterday that I went on a rampage and researched the hell out of this guy.
Numerous of times in my life I’ve found myself at a dilemma “what should I do/pick?”. I used to have a hard time deciding what to do, during my years I’ve found some processes that have made it a lot easier for me to make a decision.