10 Ways to Not Feel Stuck . . . Part I

Just pour a glass and have a sip or many

Just pour a glass and have a sip or many

What you put into your body is just as important as what you choose to think about. The food you put into your body often lends to your feelings, both positive and negative. Therefore, how to not feel stuck starts out first with the basics - but they are just as important as all the other information.

Enjoy these 10 ways to not feel stuck.

These are quick so your attention span will be just fine!  ;)

As always, need help with these concepts?  No problem.

Lets work together. 

I will give you the tools to show up in your life day after day and to work through any bits of stickiness along the way.   

So we’ll start at the very beginning.

1.  Drink Water

Water is our lifeline. 

Water is fluid and helps to create fluidity. In your body. In your thoughts.

Our earth is mostly water. Our bodies are mostly water.  We can live on mostly water, alone.

Water is essential for life.  Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate temperature and properly maintain its functions.

As your body loses water through breathing, movement and perspiration, and digestion, it's important to rehydrate by drinking plenty of fresh water every day. Water helps your body maintain balance and makes your skin look amazing, too. 

Coffee, Tea, Soda, and Soft Drinks are not water. 

You are an adult and can make your own decisions, but in order for your thinking tool (brain) to function properly, make sure that you are taking plenty of water in addition to any other beverages that you may be drinking.  The amount differs for everyone, but a good rule to follow would be roughly 64 oz or 2 liters a day minimum. 

Tired? Drink water.

Hungry? Drink water.

Having a hard time thinking? Drink water

Feeling stuck?????? (get it??) DRINK WATER!

See, easy peasy.

Okay, okay- you may be one of those that does’t like regular water (this is just a thought by the way and you can totally change that- but more on that later) so make it fancy…

Add some lemons or cucumber or frozen fruit… Whatever you like as long as you drink it.


Liz Forman