Creating Positive Energy and Ridding Ourselves of Laziness


Living a healthy lifestyle is a choice. We can just as easily be the type of person who sits on the couch watching TV all night, asking the first person who stands up to bring us things, and to be completely lazy or we can be the type of person who not only gets up ourselves to get what we want, but who also does squats or push-ups during commercials. We have a choice when it comes to how active we are throughout our day. We need to make the decision to take the best care of ourselves which takes a certain amount of motivation and positive energy.


Having great energy can come from watching others who may inspire you, from reading inspirational or motivational articles and books, or even from ourselves, if we can build up enough enthusiasm and zest for life. We need to make a choice to only surround ourselves with like-minded, motivated, and driven individuals. When we surround ourselves with lazy or unmotivated people, it can hold us back. Which again, is a choice that we need to make for ourselves. Pick and choose the people who you surround yourself with. We should always strive to be the best version of ourselves. But just as well, we should be conscious of all of our actions and lack of actions throughout our day. Be aware of your daily routine, decide for yourself if you’re lacking a certain motivation, and learn how to push yourself towards self improvement.


You should feel optimistic and driven in all aspects of your life. And when it comes to improving your health and becoming more active, figure out some different fun and exciting activities that you can do that will make the challenge of self improvement not such a drag. Don’t be the lazy type who doesn’t work out or one who puts off being active because they’re too tired, or even because they’ve filled their day up with other “priorities” that they they view as more important. Everything that’s important to you in life takes effort and hard work. Don’t postpone taking care of yourself, and don’t become a procrastinator. Push yourself a little more each and every day towards specific goals that you’ve set for yourself.


Remember, one of the best ways to achieve your goals is to create a game plan. Don’t give up when you’re feeling down or low on energy. Create some positive energy. We all have the power to create energy and to push ourselves towards becoming better people. Be proactive and go after what you want in life. If you want to improve your energy level and have a better body or even better health for that matter, do what it takes to get there. But sitting on your behind, procrastinating, and waiting for things to happen to you, is not the way to achieve anything. If you want anything bad enough in life, you have to go after it and you have to be willing to do whatever it takes to make that happen. This involves having the will, the drive, and the determination to get what you want.


The sooner that you start pushing yourself forward and going after what you want, as well as making whatever changes that are needed to do so, the sooner that you’ll get there. So when it comes to having a healthier lifestyle and more energy, shake off your negativity, stay optimistic, be aware of the fact that you might be the one thing that’s holding you back from getting what you want, and start doing whatever it takes to change and improve yourself for the better. Last, but not least, remember that you can create positive energy if you have the will. Like an old wise man once said, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”. So shake off your laziness and all of those negative emotions that are holding you back, and push yourself in the right direction. Go after what you want!

Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at Anne Cohen Writes
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and Anne Cohen Writes. She contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and many more. She's passionate about love, writing, chess, and more than anything, her two kids.

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