Day 19/30 P is for procrastination

Caitlin MilljourArticles & News

I crossed everything off my list of to-dos today with zero procrastination.  No putting things off, no getting distracted.  It was an amazing GSD day. And I feel Ahhhhhh mazing! Everything about today is going so well because I am not allowing myself to get mindlessly distracted. It begs the question:  If I know what the outcome of procrastination is…anxiety, … Read More

Day 18/30 Balance. What is it supposed to be?

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Balance. To me, this word is illusory.  By definition, it means being in a state of equilibrium.  I haven’t met anyone that has found that.  Self-employed, parent, student, blue-collar, white-collar.  There is always give and take with the scales swinging to one side or the other. Parents have kids in school, running around all hours of the evening with extracurriculars, … Read More

Day 17/30 Don’t Freeze

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I had a few moments today where I felt like I had nothing in my tank and I just stood still.  Like a blob. I told myself to do a, b, c, and d and it was like there was lead in my legs.   We’ll call it ‘one of those days’. I trudged through with underwhelming enthusiasm but got through … Read More

Day 16/30 Don’t underestimate the effort it takes to make a change

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I’ve been sharing lots of great lightbulbs during my Phase 1 process. It feels so good to get that shimmer of insight!  Woohoo, now I can move forward! I am limitless! Until you start to put it into practice. When you have a long day and went to bed late.  And then you’re tired.  And you’re cutting calories so you’re … Read More

Day 15/30 You gotta suck to be good at something

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I’m currently in the thick of improving our social media.  Engagement, ads, conversions…oh my! It’s a world that I am completely unfamiliar with.  I understand why businesses hire social media staff on a full-time basis. It’s wild.  It’s confusing.  I know a little (and that’s being generous), but I want to really step up my game. Man, it is frustrating … Read More

Day 14/30 Radical Accountability

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Radical accountability All if the lightbulb that I’m having are because I’ve taken a big ol’ mirror and stopped ignoring those little whispers. You’re playing small. You’re better than that. You’re capable of more. You’re selling yourself short. The only thing that’s getting the my way is me. Life isn’t as difficult as I’ve been making it out to be. … Read More

Day 12/30 You have to keeping doing the doing

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‘You need to do the doing without seeing the result of the doing’.  – Alex Hormozi Oof. That one hit me like a pile of bricks into the face.  I’ve been noticing a lack of patience creeping with getting back to my gainz after the ol’ appendix gutting. I also look at other professionals in the health space and absolutely … Read More

Day 11/30 Discipline equals freedom

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The more promises I keep to myself, the happier I am.  Mastering the mundane really does make an exceptional day. It’s funny how crossing things off the list of a regular day makes me so pumped.  I did all the things. I didn’t bitch out.  I got ‘er done.  I feel so good. I am excellent. The end. Until tomorrow.

10/10 Perspective

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Time waits for no one.  Every day it feels like I’m smacked in the face with how quickly time passes. Phase One means my days are packed, but holy shit the days fly by.  I’ve blinked and 10 days have passed already. The faster time goes, the deeper the importance of making each day count is to me.  You just … Read More

Day 9/30 Look the facts, not the feelings

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Another day, another lightbulb about using time effectively. My days at the clinic are intense.  The constant go-go-go is something I definitely thrive in, and I give 100 percent to each patient.  I am a ninja.  But as soon as the work is done, my brain is a puddle. Where I’ve been fooling myself  (not just over the past 9 … Read More