Further Reminders for Arif

  1. Breathe through your nose more. I should be more mindful of my breathing especially when working out so that I breathe more using my nose instead of my mouth. The intensity of workouts will tempt me to breathe through my mouth as I will feel very fatigue and will need to intake the most oxygen the easiest way I know which is through my mouth, however, I have to control that temptation and breathe through my nose instead.
  2. I may split my workouts to two different sessions daily: one in the morning and the other during the evening. This way I can give my muscle some recovery time and still maintain consistency during that period. Aside from that, the slight-lax way of workout will not demotivate me to workout the next day. Moreover, I will also not feel too worn out from having pushed myself too far in just one session. In the event that I miss the morning session, I can always make up for the lost session but in the evening before I go to bed. However, if the morning session is missed, I need to only do 3 sets instead of making up for the lost time and do 4 sets. Generally, if I am able to maintain the consistency of morning and evening workouts, I should be able to do 4 sets in total: 2 in the morning and 2 in the evening. Consistency is key.
  3. In the grand scheme of things, my problems will never really matter. The universe is vast, and when viewed how small I really am compared to the whole cosmos, I will realize that my problems are really minuscule. And when viewing for how long I have been in this universe, my length of existence is infinitesimally short. And then, I will die, and nothing else will matter anymore. Such is life, and with everyone. We live brief lives and then we die. The universe continues without us. Everything else progresses as we become nothing but a thing of the past.
  4. When talking to people, make eye-contact. I should avoid looking at other unnecessary details of their face or even avoid doing eye-contact in general. I should be focused, and transparent, therefore when conversing with people, I need to make eye-contact.
  5. Slow down, and talk less.

Author: radredpanda

Learning about myself, one post at a time.

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