Your weekly goals will seem so much more manageable in easy Post-it form. You can display your goal list by your desk, on the fridge, on the front door...the possibilities (unlike the stickiness of the glue) are endless!
These paint swatches are a colorful, happy addition to your wall. Plus, keeping them framed means that you can write on the glass with dry erase marker. That way, you can simply change the month yourself instead of ripping off a page from a paper calendar. Saving trees has never been more prismatic.
When you're working towards a goal (like learning a language, losing weight, anything!) put money into the jar every day. When the jar gets filled, use it to buy yourself a treat as extra incentive! If you can't do it for you, do it for Tom Haverford.
Whatever your weight, working out is important for keeping a strong, happy heart. But if you're like me, you bore easily. Luckily, you can just write a bunch of different types of workouts on colorful popsicle sticks and pull a few out at random. That way, you never do the exact same combination twice, so it's always new.
No, that's not Kesha in a jar. A calming jar is great method for calming down kids, though it also works on grownups as a meditation aid. The jar is filled with a liquid glitter that shimmers when you shake it. After watching the spectacle, you'll feel like you can do anything.
Anyone who's ever successfully mailed a banana knows that you can write on the banana's skin without sacrificing the deliciousness beneath. Use that knowledge to write yourself messages that will help you get the job done ASAP (surprisingly, the P doesn't stand for Potassium).
Most people have a hard enough time drinking eight glasses a day, but actually, the human body needs more water than that. Label two or more water bottles with the times that you must drink a segment by, so that you stay hydrated.
Now, some people like to use a whole water jug, but that's harder to fit in a cupholder. We're not animals.
Trying to pick up a new (hopefully healthy) habit? For every day you want to practice it, put a Post-it strip on the wall. After each successful day, rip off a Post-it. This is also a fun way to count down to an event, like a wedding.
If you're trying to gain or lose weight, visualizing your goals is a fun way to keep you motivated. Just move a marble from the "Pounds to Go" jar into the other jar, and as the weeks of hard work go by, watch that baby fill up!
I just wish someone would love me as much as a DIYer loves jars.
Pick a spot in your house ”” one that you bump into a lot ”” and turn it into your motivation wall. Fill it with quotes, pictures and phrases that inspire you. I promise this isn't just a conspiracy to make you buy more Post-its. Maybe.