What do you see when you look in the mirror after waking up and getting ready for your day? Do you notice your inner self, dreams, and vision of who you want to be? Do you look into your own eyes and talk to the reflection looking back at you? Do you share what you plan on doing differently for the day?
Placing reminders in your mirror to try new things can be a powerful way to motivate yourself and foster personal growth. Every morning as you face your reflection, these gentle nudges serve as constant inspiration to step outside your comfort zone and embrace new experiences. The mirror, an everyday object we encounter without much thought, transforms into a powerful tool for self-empowerment. Whether it's a post-it note urging you to explore a new hobby, a quote reminding you to take risks or a list of adventurous ideas, these reminders act as catalysts, pushing you to embrace the unknown and expand your horizons. With each glance, you are reminded that life's most fulfilling moments lie beyond the boundaries of familiarity. So, let your mirror be a reflection not just of your appearance but of your aspirations, dreams, and the endless possibilities that await you.
The simplicity of this breadcrumb can't be taken lightly. How do you see yourself as crucial to trying new things and doing new "stuff." Do you see a person afraid and feeling like this is a waste of time? Or, do you see a person ready to step outside the daily way they think and take on new aspects of life? Placing a quote or list of things you will do today only works if you believe in yourself.
The easiest way of carrying out the task portion of this breadcrumb is simple. Grab a stack of yellow sticky notes, write down a few words, or list based on your nightly list of things you need to do. Place the yellow sticky note on your bathroom mirror. Your message will await when you wake up and head to the bathroom to start your day. Leave the sticky there until you're ready to add a new one. Depending on the size of your bathroom mirror, you can add more and leave them with a checkmark. Who doesn't love checkmarks to indicate you accomplished something?