But sometimes people don't even realize when they're complaining about something. This is why awareness is so important -- otherwise you don't really realize it's an issue.
|Distractions abound if you let them!|
"I'm so tired." "I hate this extra weight." "I can't stand how messy my desk has become."
How do you move from complaint to action? How do you go from "I should clean" or "I should get more sleep" to actually doing it?
Well, the first step is figuring out what's going on. Why are you not doing something you think you should? Do you not really want to? Is it time to adjust self-expectations to remove it as a perceived responsibility? Or do you just need to figure out how to get around the barriers?
Whatever it is, either remove the burden of "should" from your vocabulary and release yourself from that expection, or get started. Every day is a new day. If you'd began working on it this time last year, how far along would you be now? Start planning now. Your future self is waiting.