photo-12 We are all guilty of getting stuck into a routine on a daily basis. Routines that are not so healthy for us but we keep doing it because it's comfortable. Then we sit and wonder why we can't get into shape, keep attracting the same moron, or experiencing the same life lessons over and over. Well it's because you keep doing the same thing! Therefore getting the same results. Here are some tips on how you can break the routine and start seeing the results you want in your life 1. Step outside your comfort zone. Do something that makes you uncomfortable and conquer it. The shift in your own energy will attract new experiences and new life into your life. Take a class you always wanted to try or swim with sharks! 2. Break a bad habit. Prove to yourself that you can do it and that you are worth it. Imagine if you saw your "baby self" doing what is bad for you or your own child. What advice would you give them? Then love yourself enough to take your own advice. 3. Don't be afraid of change. So many of us feel like we have to uphold to these images that people think we are so we continue to do them to make others comfortable. For example, lets say you are known as the party animal drinker that entertains everyone when you get drunk. You literally have the excuse of your friends expecting you to be "that guy" so you continue to destroy your liver. If all of a sudden you decide that you want to stop drinking and get healthy, the change could be quite a shock to some of your friends. The beauty here is, the ones that support a positive change that you have made are your true friends, the others never where to begin with. 4. Adapt one positive habit a day. This can seem overwhelming but I'm talking about taking the stairs instead of the elevator or having an apple instead of a cookie. You never know who you may meet taking the stairs and you are putting it out there that you are healthy and fit and will attract that energy. 5. Notice where repetition comes up. Do you keep dating the same person or attracting the same situations. These patterns will continue to follow you no matter what town you move to, until you discover the lesson to be learned and make an inner change. * To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. - Winston Churchill