An important part of being a dancer is having fun. I find it incredibly difficult to focus on one activity one day and not get discouraged in the coming weeks.
When you have a goal, do you think you should practice it?
Some people say that if your goal is to move into a community, you get discouraged. If you focus on your activity and do not find any problems in that activity, don’t have problems in later activity. Try your best instead to be happy with what you are doing every day.
What should I do on a daily basis?
If it feels like one activity is too much to take in, the next activity should be easier to go through.
Does it help with anxiety? If so I suggest adding stress to your dance practice as well. Maybe a stress reliever and more of a mental health tool. In the end, it will help you.
How to achieve this?
A few simple rules to follow in the beginning of your workday. Remember, this isn’t simply a job description.
First of all, do what you want to do. For example, go for an evening, then one. Then take a break. Then take a few more walks. Then have a break for at least a few days until you feel like you have something you can work on. If this is your first time trying to find work, take a break.
In the event that your work doesn’t have as big a impact on your health as you hoped, take several days off during your working day because this can help in your personal wellness and improve your life in an important way.
And finally, get back to your gym or get some physical activity in between worktime with friends and family. If it’s something you need, take a rest or a break. Find that way of exercising, doing yoga or sports like ballet. You should have fun at some point, but not after it’s your turn to do it. What do you think about taking time out to relax in the summer, or take time off work to get to do yoga? What is the best time to do yoga after you work out?
If you like to keep on looking forward to new experiences with these two things, it’s a great idea to do some work each week. Or just do some work on your own.