Sometimes you just find yourself in a bit of a rut. There’s really no getting around it. You might be bored or frustrated at work, feeling somewhat stagnant in your relationship or even simply unsure of what to do next. It’s totally common, but also completely frustrating. When simple frustrations start to seem bigger than life, it’s time to nip it at the core and give your body and mind the boost it needs to get back on track. While it might sound so simple, one of the best ways is to talk to yourself about some of the positive things out there. Not sure how to start? Take a look (and practice!) some of these mantras to get you out of a rut.


6 Mantras to Get You Out of a Rut

  1. Don’t forget to laugh about it. Going through life taking everything too seriously will eventually become a burden in and of itself. Laughing about life is essential when it comes to getting through the tough stuff and having a little fun.
  2. Life is short. Maximizing every moment you have on this earth is essential – because you only get to do it once. So go for it! Do what you love.
  3. Be the person you want to be. Don’t forget that when it comes to family and friends, actions speak louder than words. If you want to make a change with your attitude or relationships – you have to make that move.
  4. When it seems like you’re the only one with these frustrations – think to yourself, you are not alone! We are all connected in one way or another and getting through the tough parts of life is something everyone experiences at some point or another.
  5. Always listen to your instincts and trust your heart. You know deep down exactly what you should do in any given situation. It just might not be the easiest route or the decision that everyone else thinks you should make. Follow your heart, always.
  6. Remember that sometimes you have to be your biggest fan, and that is OK. Taking the steps toward a big dream or a significant change can be tough, so be your own cheerleader.

What do you think? Can you incorporate these mantras into your daily life?


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