Imagine this: You’ve decided to set some new health-related goals. You set your alarm clock to wake you up at 6:00 am on the dot so you can start your day with journaling, a morning workout, or food prepping before the kids wake up. But your child wakes up in the middle of the night, or there’s a crisis at work, causing you to put the nix on your morning intentions. If roadblocks happen regularly, you may eventually throw in the towel, blaming willpower or “self-sabotage.” But upon a little deeper investigation, you may discover that “self-sabotage” is actually competing goals.
This week, in my Phoenix Mom’s Blog article, I’m talking about the myth of “self-sabotage” and how to dig into what really may be stopping you from accomplishing your goals.