Become Your Best Self

 [©Bartolomeo Celestino]

[©Bartolomeo Celestino]

Build your Daily Routine by Optimizing Your Mind, Body and Spirit

My whole (adult) life, I fought against cultivating good habits and routines because I didn’t want to feel like I had to live my life by other people’s rules. I wanted to be my own person and do my own thing. Besides, keeping a routine was hard work. My rebel mindset has been showing for many years. I moved from Clermont-Ferrand to Paris, France and finally landed in Los Angeles. I successfully managed to provide for myself as a self-employed for almost a decade now, starting over in each one of these cities, going through highs and lows, with rich and poor days. From buying a car to gather pennies to pay the parking lot... This is what I have learned:

Having no routine or structure is so much more draining mentally, physically, and emotionally than any routine could ever be!

By not doing the things I knew would make me better— habits like exercising, meditating, and creating —I deprived my body and mind of the energy that these types of positive activities create. I felt tired… inside and out. And to make matters worse, my dreams and goals were just slipping away. A few years ago I decided to take a different path… creating excellence in my life by establishing a positive daily routine. I realized I was now living in a place I call Home and I do not plan on moving anytime soon which is an amazing opportunity to improve self-love and care—finally. Now that I’ve created and stuck to my own daily practice (I call it my ‘Radical Day‘—find the full routine on the blog), not only do I get more accomplished than I’ve ever thought possible, but I also feel 100 times better while doing it! I’d love to share with you my journey to reach my daily success routine and see if the pieces might help you create your own routine for greatness! 

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Much Love,