Today, I'm doing something a little different – I have a lot of topics to discuss, so I'm just going to go through the list. In case you have a limited time, you can check the display of notes for time stamps to go to the things you want to hear. That's what we're talking about – scroll down to see the timestamps, to go to the topics you want to listen to …
- Run Eat Repeat Visors [ starts at 2:36 ]
- Diego updates and something gross. [ starts at 8:05 ]
- The podcast that I listened to this morning inspires me to ask for a great service, which is actually not a favor. [starts at 20:07 ]
- What happened to my ex-boyfriend? [ starts at 26:06 ]
- How and why to unsubscribe from someone on social networks. [ starts at 39:10 ]
New here? I am Monica Olivas – I created Run Eat Repeat.com to document the preparation for my 1st marathon and weight loss journey. After I really struggled with my weight when I was a kid and didn’t see myself as an athlete, everything changed when I started running. And the site has grown amazing followers.
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Here are all the topics in this episode.:
1. Run Eat Repeat Visors!
RER's visors! But I need your thoughts … please share this Instagram post.
2. Diego and Snails …
Alternatives to the cone of shame for dogs – I did a review of the options that you can use with your puppy.
3. Ask for a "favor" …
Today on the podcast of Heather MacDonald, she spoke with her friend and fellow comedian, whom they don’t want to ask for too much, and they joked about what they put up with. And Fortune Famester said that if you want to pay us … that's great.
And I feel that I am in the same spirit … but if you don’t ask, you don’t receive it.
Therefore, I would like to ask you to tell someone about the podcast or the RER instagram because it helps to support the launch (launch!) Of the show.
4. Former boyfriend …
The story of how my boyfriend broke up with me, because he did not like that I called my dog "Diego", and no … his name was not Diego.
Well, this is not exactly what happened (at least, I am sure that this is not what happened, but it is not clear).
Moral of the story: everyone goes to therapy. Each.
five. Social Media Self-Service – Disobedience in social networks as self-preservation
Pay attention to what you are paying attention to.
I thought about it for a while, and since this is a month of mental health awareness, I think now is the time to talk about it.
If you find it difficult not to compare yourself on social networks or you idealize the life, body or situation of other people …
It may be a good idea to evaluate your social network habits.
Is there a specific time of day when you are more likely to be provoked or feel bad? Is this a specific person or a certain type of person? Is this a specific type of post?
We are constantly told that the comparison is so bad. Comparison is a thief of joy. And you should love yourself and own it. We were reminded that social networks are just a commercial.
We know that there are certain applications that can make you thinner or blur the spots …
Yes, we know all this, but the reality is when you are just browsing and maybe, combined with a difficult day, I can make you feel bad.
So what can you do? Well, I have 3 tips to find out how, when and why you should unsubscribe to Instagram or Facebook …
Tips for positive social networks:
1. Be honest with yourself.
2. Give up love.
3. Fill your channel with positive, happy influences.
Thank you for listening!
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