After ignoring Wall Street, let’s get on with our life one blog at a time … by Julie Klingler
It’s a hard time for those of us who live in the Pacific Northwest. As the rest of the country enjoys ice tea made in the summer sun and warm temps, we “Seattleites” can often experience a very wet month of June – a consistence rainfall that you wonder if it will ever stop.
It’s hard to remain motivated as magazines delivered in the mail are dripping with summer entities like Adirondack chairs, lemonade stands, and the essentials for summer grilling and all you do is long for a peek of sunshine.
However, the key component to staying motivated in any thing you do is simply showing up – consistency leads to habits, regardless of the weather forecast. I was inspired by a blog I recently read by Leo Babauta titled “The Three-Day Monk Syndrome”. Leo provides six key steps on how to break the Monk cycle. I hope you find it as practical in your life as I did.