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It is easy to get caught up with the motions of day-to-day life and to find excuses for not doing what we set out to do at the start of the year. By checking in with your intentions, you will be able to identify the changes needed to keep you on track of accomplishing what you set out to do.
June is the half-way point of the year and a great opportunity to stop, reflect and check-in with your intentions for your 2017.
Have your intentions changed?
Are your goals still relevant?
Grab your notebook and write it out, you become much more clear and committed when you do!
Choose one of the health topics to get started; health, relationships, career, spirituality, joy.
Evaluate. Get started here:
Outline. Get started here:
For each of the answered questions above write down what you would like to be different.
Write down one small action step to work towards your identified health goal.
Whether you say them to a friend, a family member, support network or to yourself in the mirror, voicing your intentions out loud will help you fulfil them.
Recognise any conflicting intentions, and decide which ones will work for you and bring you closer to your healthiest and happiest self.
It’s ok if your intentions change, but having a starting point and actionable steps on how to create the life you want, it’s much easier to adapt and make changes during the process.
Lululemon Middle East are running a campaign throughout Ramadan to support you to live out your intentions.
Visit one of the stores and declare your intention by writing it out on an ambassador card. Savour your energy (and best self) and only pursue goals that make you feel completely alive and nourished!
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