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Staying Motivated: An MFP User’s #ResolutionReset Journey. Staying Motivated: An MFP User’s #ResolutionReset Journey. by Kim Westerman. August 16, 2016.

No Comments. as she shares her fitness journey with a weekly check-in. Learn more about Kim in her first post and how she redefined her goal. As part of #ResolutionReset August, we’ll be following MyFitnessPal user Kim Westerman, a mother of two in Berkeley, Calif., as she shares her fitness journey with a weekly check-in. Here is Kim’s first blog post.

I love to exercise, and I love to eat, pretty much in equal measure. Luckily, I’ve always been in pretty good shape. When I started my #ResolutionReset six weeks ago, I wanted to focus my efforts around exercise, food and relaxation. I hadn’t felt in control of my overall health destiny since before I had my first child more than seven years ago, but I knew what made me feel better—keeping my body in motion for much of the day, eating cleanly and simply, and relaxing. This is hard advice to follow, I must admit, but negativity won’t help you accomplish your #ResolutionReset, that’s for certain.

I hit a plateau about three weeks in, after losing six pounds, which exceeded my goal of one pound per week, up to that point. As part of #ResolutionReset August, we’re following MyFitnessPa More information Staying Motivated: An MFP User’s #ResolutionReset Journey Hello HealthyHello Healthy. Tracking Your Weight: An MFP User’s #ResolutionReset Journey. chevron_left PREV: 4 Weight-Loss Tips Inspired by chevron_right It’s true of all technologies that they can help or harm, be distracting or help you stay on task. When it comes to weight loss, I’ve always preferred the transparency of tracking my progress with some kind.

Fruits and vegetables are the foundation of a healthy meal, which is why it’s important to make eating them as easy and fun as possible! Jump into the spiralizing trend, and turn your typical fruits and veggies into delicious noodles. If you find that your neck starts to ache in the middle of a round of sit-ups, crunches, or other abs exercises, you may chalk it up to a necessary evil.But not only should your neck not hurt when you’re working your core, the fact that it does in an indication that you’re not doing your abs moves in the best, most effective way. We’re busier than ever.

That makes it feel impossible to fit in even a quick trip to the gym, let alone commit to the type of daily exercise needed to stick to a trainer-approved weight-loss routine. The following post Brenda’s Inspiring Weight Loss Story is republished from Weight Loss New York Blog}. Dr.

Vadim Surikov provides a medical weight loss program for his patients that want to lose weight without surgery. In this interview Brenda talks about losing 60 pounds and how her life has changed.

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So use these 30 days to break the habit and truly reconnect with your body—because no one ever found true food freedom being chained to a tracking app.

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Fill it out and put it up on your bulletin board or refrigerator—or create your very own BodySpace profile online and add your goals there.

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The motivation could be as simple as alerting users with encouraging statements via notifications if there are changes in their health readings.

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You may think that any ordinary notepad or phone app could work, but I designed this tracker based on my experience with hundreds of clients, removing the waste that you may seein other food trackers and including everything you need to fully adopt the mindset, lose weight and keep it off.

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If you can use a device to help motivate you, track your progress, and share updates with friends, then go ahead and use one.

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I use MyFitnessPal.

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You can keep a food journal electronically, in a notebook that you carry with you, or through many of the online programs that are now available.

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Not only did my eating habits change as a result of using MyFitnessPal but I also took advantage of the app’s ability to integrate with other health apps, like Striiv, which counts steps and adjusts calories.

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Along with tracking your macros in the beginning, I also think it’s a great idea to keep a food journal, especially if this lifestyle is new to you.

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  • Hi how do u keep motivated on online learning when you a so tempted to go on things like tiktok or roblox? Then I get all stressed cuz I didn’t get my work done:(

  • Im currently going through an art block because I always put way too much pressure on myself to produce art. Its a habit that I have had for a long time and it has caused me to take very long breaks from art. Once I quit for a year because even the thought of drawing stressed me out. I hope these tips will help:)

  • I want to be a great artist and I want to give my best but… I suffer from a lot of depression, above all I am not good at learning, I have the tendency to get distracted very easily. I hate that. Since I was very young I have drawn a lot, but no matter how many times I look at my art, I feel that I am not one step to improve; It is a heartbreaking sensation in my chest, I feel like garbage, everyone overcomes me and I continue to be left behind.

    I don’t want to be jealous of anyone, and I am afraid to look at the people who draw next to me. I am the only one in my family who draws, it is frustrating not having friends or family who draw to give you a tip or teach things you do not know. Sometimes I just want to give up, but… what else would I be good at? drawing is the only thing I know.

    I’ve seen a lot of videos on youtube and bought online courses, but I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. I am tired, I want to throw in the towel… but I am afraid… afraid of not being someone in life. A failure for me and my family…a failure for my dreams.
    that’s my artistic frustration:'(

  • Procrastination and frustration are my biggest issues. I have the want to learn more but the disappointment of not being where I want to be makes me put studying off other than a small doodle every now and then

  • this is litteraly me lol i used to read books and shits at 3-4 years old better than kids on five grades and legit used to be light year ahead of other kids at school and now just an average student

  • My artblock lasted like 3 or more years. Used to love drawing, then depression hit me and i just don’t enjoy things anymore. Now I’m trying to restart from zero, doing the basics again like that. It’s so hard and I get frustrated, but I decided I still want to try it again

  • I am not motivated at all and I hate it I am lazy I don’t clean I don’t clean up after myself I am nothing, I don’t want to be this anymore I want to be useful to help to be more. I want to clean my room make my bed, shower, bruh my teeth and overall be a better person. Thank you for motivating me.

  • Wow, Excellent video��. I feel motivated and inspired. What’s the name of the other speaker in the middle of this video?? The one who says; “build for the long term guys..”

  • This video is kinda just for people who have goals I don’t have a goal i was looking for how to stay motivated for things i don’t have goals for

  • This video is exactly what people need now a days. I just posted my first video called ‘Show love’ just some more positive vibes. Everyone gotta stay up together. It’s up to you. Be optimistic about a new day and a new experience����

  • I love your video. It was really informative. your videos has inspiree me to start my own new channel. I am looking for some feedback to make it better. Help me guys thankyou.

  • “The cost of your good habit is in the present and the cost of your bad habit is in the future, and the fact that we prioritize the present over the future ends up making a lot of habit change difficult for that reason”

  • Every bad habit has a purpose and you need to understand why it is there so you can substitute it with a positive habit.
    If you e.g. smoke because you are stressed, it is not sustainable to just force yourself to stop. You need to build a habit to deal with stress.

  • I’ve recently hit on for 2 reasons: pandemic and my worrying about my parents, and things like: I feel stuck and I don’t really enjoy drawing as much as when I started/ I think I’m delusional on keep making art and therefore there is no place for me to do that. I know it sounds silly, but it’s enough to feel stuck (and some other issues that I can’t really tell here).

  • I think the cause of my art block is that I don’t enjoy sitting in front of a computer screen for long periods of time I used to be able to do it but I hate it now.

    I have gotten more used to drawing on paper which is also faster and makes me a less ‘fussy’ artist but I can only get so far with drawing on paper. Applying colour really needs the use of a computer. Perhaps.

    I just don’t think I like working on screens anymore. I need to improve my relationship with the screen, maybe.

  • Yes, the reward system today though scientific, needs to be rethought about so as to check the anxiety and depression effects it comes along with as in a whole package!

  • What pixel ratio is the canvases you use in your videos? And does ppi/dpi matter for online posting quality?

    Ive asked these questions to many artists, and i always get different answers so im really intersted in hearing what you say because your works are always super detailed and clear

  • Wow I didnt realize I was already doing this. Im changing my whole life around at the moment. New job, going back to school to finally get my bachelors and working out and training. I knew it was going to to take awhile to complete my goals so my first goal for the first 6 months was just to create a good routine aka good habits. Hope I can stay on track.

  • The MOST important thing when it comes to self-improvement are your HABITS
    Join the waiting list for the Habit Builder Challenge:
    (We sold out in ONLY a week will be reopening the doors again October)

  • I feel like the government should release a playlist of like 10 or so videos of things like this that get recommended to parents by the doctors/teachers because I’ve had this happen to me where all my teachers and my family say I’m talented and now I have no motivation for anything and I am obese because I don’t have the motivation to go and get off my bed and do something with my life, it’s so sad learning that it’s just because of my parents trying to say I’m smart

  • Hi! My name is Alikhan and I’m 14 years old. I want to make investment, but I cant cause I am not 18 years old. How can I make money?
    Sorry for mistakes, I am from Kazakhstan and I am practicing my English

  • I’m in an artblock atm. I think it stems from my grandad dying combined with my selfdoubt. Doubt like… If my art is good enough, or if it will ever lead to a job? Should I reconsider my choice and put less effort into it and go to a school and find a “Real” job (As some say).
    Drawing has always been there to help me cope with bad stuff. But now I feel like it’s a waste of time.

  • … im so confused I would’ve said bc I didn’t do well enough to the question but I dont try hard in a lot of things am I interna or external locus?

  • This video is beyond inspirational for me. I missed out on a year of school and I felt like I was behind. I would say things like “but the smart kids know this easily” and “but I’m too stupid to know this” and for years I’ve been too scared to challenge myself and too unmotivated to do anything productive. When I watched this video, I’ve just realised how much of a fixed mindset I have gained and I’ve never seen the positive outcome and just always skipped to the conclusion that I’d always receive the negative one. Now I’m ready to punch out my work. Thanks so much!

  • I feel like I needed this video.. I’m in such a down mood about my self lately and I definitely think it’s impacting my mental health because I’ve never felt so unhappy and uninterested in what’s going on around me��

  • I firmly believe that both internal and external factors must be considered, like in most things, aiming for balance is the best approach.

  • FunnyI just had my revaluation of my body statistic comparing March this year and yesterday (30/09). Almost half a year and my body statistic only shows minimum changes (1% fat loss, 1% muscle gain) and I was so frustrated and demotivated. I still am feeling a bit down and thinking about giving up but yeah, I do have a goal to achieve so better look back and see what I have been doing wrong then.Thanks Emi for the video

  • I grew up being told I’m smart and talented every time I do things a bit better than my peers. Even my parents did not acknowledge the long hours I’ve spent studying or drawing. Now I’m struggling with motivating myself to do things that are more challenging and beyond my comfort zone. I’ll never let my future children experience the same thing.

  • As someone who’s been told I’m ‘smart and talented’ my whole life I’m so thankful to see this video. I’ve been struggling so much.

  • That is so true! My self confidence was even lower then one of those gifted kids, because I have been told since I was a kid that I was bad at things and I’ll never succeed. I don’t know why but I’d just kept going and now I can consider myself quite skilled in those things.

  • Thx, the last tips seem the thing i need to hear. Just focus on what’s make it’s fun to draw when you was a child. For me, it’s the videogame (specially final fantasy franchise or rpg in general ^^), when i was child, i’ve got much of my time in videogame (megadrive, psone). The second thing was anime (dai no daibouken, sailor moon, card captor sakura).

  • My art blocks come from me overwhelming myself with knowledge. im studying as fast as i can so that i can improve quicker. The thing is, I try to tackle art projects that arent in my area of experience. I get too ahead of myself trying to perfect every area of drawing instead of taking my time and learning each. i know i just need to learn to slow down. i can learn fast but i have to prctice it slow.

  • Thank you for this video I will put it in practice.
    My artblock is always due to my anxiety, always spend hours contemplating the screen of the blank pages before start drawing with fear of f*kn it up, if I’m good enough to do it. Is kinda frustrating and i want to start drawing naturally like years ago, honestly dont wanna feel this way.

  • Motivation is everything. The drive. What drives whom.

    Motivation can be malicious in a negative sense. Intentions are thoughtful.

    Shrewdness is a result of motivation.

  • 90% of the comment section: I aM dEprEssEd bEcAuSe I beLoNgEd tO tHe Gifted and Talented Class
    The rest 10% of the comment section: WhAt tf Am i EvEn DoInG heRe?

  • I think most of my art blocks are made because I ‘grind’ the same excercises over and over and over. I know practicie is very important and all. But when you’re just drawing hands for day’s on end. Well, that is when things start going downhill fast and you get demotivated and stop. Especially since you never stop to put what you practice to good use in a finished product and you can see the improvement you made first hand.

  • about 2 to 3 year’s because of a medical condition,it took me a while to understand it but found out it was a simpton of it doesn’t make me feel better but knowing does and i’m slowly trying to start up again

  • Can vouch for #3, I over did drawing near the end of may/start of june and got hand/arm pains (Been mainly drawing from the wrist and for hours on end). I can do some art now with occasional pains and also try to purposefully draw from the arm instead from the wrist.

  • This video explained so much of the struggle I have had in my life. I was always told I am so smart, and through the first half of my life, my intelligence led me to not having to work as hard. Then when the assignments became more challenging, I shut down because I was externally motivated. This might be the beginning of something for me. What’s funny is I almost have a degree in IO Psychology, and we have talked about external and internal motivation, but it never “clicked” until this video.

  • I have a question, how do u select a specific area in your drawing to specifically color and shade that area, I have been using the magnet lasso tool, though it makes a decent job but somehow some edges are still missed and I have to fill them in manually later, whereas in your video I often see you make a completely clean selection around an entire object no matter how sketchy and complicated the shape is, is there any tips for that, please help I really appreciate it ��

  • I can really associate with this. I’ve been drawing on and off for years, but it’s only in the last year or so I’ve started to improve. I am also enjoying art as a whole a lot more, as I can see myself improving.

    The training of both the eye and hand really resonated with with, as I often find I end up quite frustrated with a piece if I spend too much time on it fussing over one part. When I come back the next day, I can see the problem clearer and with new clarity which in turn makes it easier to fix. I suppose that was always over saturating my eye.

    The whole gym analogy was really useful for me, it also reminded me that I need to stick with my exercise as much as my artwork! So thanks for helping me stay motivated for two things. Now I am off for a run!

  • Emmayou’ve always been absolute goals but to be so committed to your new journey is amazing! Keep going because you’re absolutely smashing it and look ����

  • I’ve never had an artblock yet. My motivation has dwindled, sure. In my case what always pumps me up is to work on a personal project even if I only have 20 minutes that day to work on it. I try to never overwork. You always have to be fresher the next day. Don’t use your whole gas staying up late even if it’s to work on something cool. It’s all meant to pump you up, not pump you up until you destroy yourself.




  • The story u told is the story of my life.I’m a med student in my country doctors and jobs which require little to no education get paid the same so I ask myself why? Why I’m I going thru all this to get nothing different to help my family out of poverty and I get depressed.������������������

  • You blew my mind, i think my problem is i force myself to practice for too long. I should follow my intuition more next time. Even if it means to draw less or study less because too much is unhealthy too, specially when it becomes more like a job than fun. Thanks for reminding me that art is about fun.

  • I was really into art as a child I was praised growing up for my natural talent and affinity for it some of my work was entered in competitions by my teachers in school, but as I entered college for digital design my love for it began to dwindle. I grew up in the foster care system and I had aged out at 19 when I was in college. So I had to figure out the work on my own and I still am. Then I had my first child when I turned 20 and I had that responsibility on top of it. I stopped doing art from then till now. I am now 23 and have just started my journey all over again. I’m going back to school, but I’m having a hard time because I am not as good as I once was and I get very down on myself. A lot of what you are saying has resonated with me and it gives me alittle more motivation to stick it out and continue down this round.

  • the mentality of “i have control over doing this thing or not doing it, so i should just do it” is positive but something like blaming yourself over not making sales will ruin your self esteem and you’ll end up blaming yourself for every bad thing that happens to you, you have control over your choices but you definitely don’t have control over everything that happens to you, and you shouldn’t blame yourself for that

  • i went a whole year without doing my art. Came back to it recently and feel like i’ve lost so much progress. It’s like you say, steady progress is key. It’s really easy for working too much or too little to backfire, resulting in skill regression, i think.

  • External locus of control sounds more like being through something and not knowing the way out! With understanding one can get rid of it and the term” I’m in control” rather than blaming is the best..

  • It’s funny seeing external locus of control people still blaming in the comments their parents or childhood for their current life and choices.
    You can change, you can do this, you define your future. Keep that on mind.

  • My art block comes from me trying to create a comic. I dont know what style I want to do it in (manga style or western style like dc/marvel) and this block is making the easy stuff hard for me ��

  • I also post what I eat everyday on my instagram stories hope that would give you some meals ideas and tips!

  • I think my tummy looks like yours from 2014 August, I have been working out consistently for almost a year now and i can feel the muscles underneath have grown bigger but the fat is not budging:(

  • I begin workouts so often but a week after I stick to it really well I get REALLY sick for a whole week afterwards which basically cripples me, I try to get fit but this just keeps happening��

  • Goals are good for beginners however as cazy as it might sound i believe goals shouldnt be a big prioirty. Lets face it, at some point you are simply going to run out of realistic, attainable goals unless simply maintaining can be a goal you can live with (which is fine, it’s just not a “goal” per se). Emi has a great bod so whats her “goal” gonna be 5 yrs from now, 10 yrs from now, 20 yrs from now? See my point. Simply adopting and sticking to a healthy fit lifestyle is the key.

  • Do you work in a gym too?? If so how many days of the week do you go? I’m new to working out and I’m not sure how many times I should weight lift and etc…

  • This is why I disregard praise that I am “smart”, “gifted”, or “genius”. Because I know that I know nothing and I work hard to understand something, I don’t have gifts I only have interest and motivation.

    I was graded 75 in math on my 1st yr and I was awarded best in Math in 3rd and 4th. No genius can do that.

  • I now realized that being the smart kid isn’t really going to help me or benefit me later in life. I have talent but I just don’t have the motivation to put that talent to work. Also don’t be egotistical just because your the smartest person in the room.

  • I’m late to this vid but I got bad art block for the longest time the main reason why is because I pushed my self to much and didn’t improve at all so I took along break from art maybe like 4 mouths and I’m taking it slower

  • I have many goals and want to do mant things, but I don’t have time. The main reason for that is because of my friends, they’re constantly messaging and I just feel the need to respond, they mean a lot to me, but this has really been taking away my time, which leads to me not having enough time to accomplish my goals or them interrupting in the middle of it. I want to tell them to message later but what they’re messaging about isn’t something I should wait for later either. They also text late at night, up until around 5 am. However, I seem to be the only one affected, I didnt have time to finish work, to workout, to do the things I love, and my goals. My acne has also been getting worse, might have been all the food, staying up to text, or staying up all night to finish the hw I didnt have time to finish. They also ask me to hang out and eat about once every two weeks (different friends), but, they all have perfect skin, they finish their hw on time, one of them workout and is productive. When I message, they don’t necessarily reply instantly, but when they message, I always try my best to reply as soon as possible. I want to always be there for them. You dont know how much they mean to me, I value them more than myself, if I had to do something in the middle of the conversation, I will save it till later, or just not do it. On the other hand, they will tell me they have to do something and dissapear for hours while another friend messages me. We probably dont have the same schedule so they message when they’re done their work and stuff but that leads me to not finish mine. They are great ppl and I love them but this is harming me.:(

  • Try to practice following:-

    Never blame external factor for a failure even if it is. If you are working on a business deal, but its not happening, just keep trying. keep cool, take rest, but keep trying. you will initially make it.

  • Here’s this week video, it’s still Friday in my heart so it’s RIGHT ON TIME! I made it! Friendly reminder you can get my brushes for free until the end of the month, if interested, right this way

  • There was once a man who had a strict father and was isolated during his teenage years. He was denied from his dream school and later became homeless. Even after all of that, he fought for his country and became well-known for his actions…

    …this man was Adolf Hitler.

  • Yeaaaaaahhhhhhh… Well… My motto in life is ‘you don’t have to be motivated all the time. Just force yourself to get up and you’ll be fine.’

    But, I did search this video up so that I won’t stress myself out because of me forcing myself to do what I don’t want and not motivated to do. This motto for me is very effective to keep me moving even if I’m not motivated enough. But thanks to this vid, it helped me stay motivated for at least a day.

  • I first watched this vid 11 months ago and this video helped me a lot. This video made me challenge myself and it made me realize that its always worth it when you know to yourself that you did your best at something. Thank you very much! ❤ sending my love from Philippines!

  • Me, taking the time to find this video, was me putting work to have more motivation!!! And that was ME who took that step. Wooo!!!

  • I’m going through an artblock right now and it’s mostly because of poor time management. I have a 9-5 and the little time I use before going to bed when I get home is usually spent on my 10-30 minute workout routine, I could of course do my workouts in the morning but I’m by no means a morning person =_= Anyone who’s been through the same thing with any tips?

  • My biggest art block was after 2 different art schools that I stopped for 2 different reasons. I felt like a failure and I also burned out after the second one that was intensive and “pushy”, for us to be “competitive” and produce a lot etc (be ready for the “real shark world” blablablah). Some teachers were pretty harsh/negative/treating students in a poor way to “toughen” them/us:/. Anyway, it took me two years or even more to touch a pencil again and grab a paper block for a simple doodle o_o. Then it has been on and off depending on my mental and physical situation (and self-esteem) ^^”. So many wasted years, but I hope to do better in the upcoming ones since I think I’m back at it in better terms now! Your videos helped, amongst others:).

  • thank u for this (and all of your) videos! they helped me kickstart my passion for drawing again after many years of severe art block. a huge episode of depression left me stuck in bed most days out of lack of motivation, and now after (mostly) recovering and after seeing this, ive been able to do something with the skills i left behind

  • I don’t even know if I can actually call it a block. My daily life has been really exhausting for a while now and after work and cleaning, cooking etc I usually have no energy left for anything fun. I hate it and I can’t change much about it right now. I hope it will change soon.

  • I’ve just recently gotten out of an art block (mainly thanks to your videos!)
    My mental health really bogs me down when it comes to doing art, I’m a latecomer to the art scene (I’m 20 now, only really started focussing on art a year ago) and I struggle to practice the fundamentals without feeling like shit about myself and my abilities, I want to be like all of the pro artists without first training how to do the basics. Sometime I could go for a few weeks to months without even picking up my drawing tablet or a pencil.

  • Wow I love how you said you’ve made working out a habit such as brushing your teeth and you don’t need motivation to do it as it’s just a part of your lifestyle THANKS this advice is gold!

  • Emi could you plz make A vdo on healthy foods which are available in each every country
    And tell us whether green tea is good for health or not..
    And yaa as you i feel so happy when every1 compliments me nd praise me..
    Thankuu emi for being a part of my weight loss journey…��
    #emi‘s fan

  • Marc, I don’t thought I will write it before watching this video, but it’s a really clever and kinda obvious way to manage it. Like a therapy. Thank you!!)!

  • Hi Emy, it’s Janice from Toronto. I have a really urgent question. I’ve been working out since this January and lost some weights and got some muscles. But last week when I did squats, all of sudden I got really bad headaches and lasted two full days. And I tried leg work out yesterday including squats.. again sharp pain from my brain took over me and I couldn’t sleep at all. I researched internet and found out it’s “exertion headache”??!! What’s that? Have u ever experienced this bad headache?? Should I stop all exercise? Should I lose all my mucsle? I am so sad.. please help me!!!

  • i had an artblock for a almost a year, i was just drawing hot garbage in my notes all the time at school but never looked at reference or anything, now i just got back in to art 3 months ago and now im doing studies everyday and im also making my own pieces that i always have wanted to make. i have improved more in these 3 months than i have in my entire life:)

  • This is interesting to me, because my goal, is to to break my bad habits, so I’m not constantly spiraling out of control, overwhelming myself, and then trying to hurry up and fix it, then getting exhausted from trying to hurry up and fix it, then falling back into the bad habits that I had in the first place. I have been constantly stuck in this pattern for 18 years today, and I will change it. But today, my standard is to get 7 hours of sleep at some point during the day. Starting off slow

  • For me I get alot of inspiration watching Ghibli movies and going through their art books.
    The old Dragonball seems like a good one too. I remember that I drew alot of Dragonball stuff when I was a kid.
    Worh a try next time. ��

  • Thank you for posting this! The people need this!

    I just posted a video on debt repayment and it linked me to yours!

    Love this content. You’ve earned a new subscriber and supporter!

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  • Example you found this video to help yourself to be more motivate and now know of ways to help with that.
    Congratulations you just did interal locus control, appreciate yourself for this.

  • What if you do both? Blame self and outside factors?

    Also first video I watched love your animation style and the advice seems very helpful. Just gotta stop being lazy and follow it.

  • How did I not find your channel earlier? I’ve been catching myself up on your videos and you are so genuine. Thank you for all the love you share even though you dont know us viewers!

  • I need people to stop saying, oo you’re so talented.. Before I end up with no motivation. People never see the amount of work I put into developing certain types of skills ��

  • Thank you so much for this!
    I started calorie counting again with the Fitbit I got for Christmas.
    I don’t do well with limited diets so counting calories and eating a better & healthier variety of food is better suited to me rn.
    I’m starting Personal Training at the end of the month because I finally found someone who can work in my budget and around my college hours. I’m starting from a very low fitness level so I was thinking up until this video that I’d need to pile on classes in my downtime and make a load of changes altogether which is terrifying but what you’ve recommended sounds WAY more doable
    Thanks for sharing ❤️

  • I’m at an art block right now, I made an awesome artwork yesterday, but today I’m not motivated at all, and I keep thinking there is something wrong with what I’m working on now

  • At the outset, all types of profession are made up in terms of keeping balance in the society that is why choosing profession is not matter from my opinion,we can be successful when we understood what do we like to do for ourselves not for society and in this way we’ll be self made successful person at all������

  • random ideas now giving me inspiration that might help some unmotivated scroller

    -draw some songs as characters

    -doodle ppl y’know, characters, anyone as an animal an what are they doin or actin like

    -animals as people

    -draw ppl y’know in your style, draw em older or younger everything anything

    -go eat some food or drink some water bc you better not be neglecting that
    -stop scrolling at 3am

    -go to sleep an draw tmr

    -draw in someone elses style
    -omg dude draw food as a person
    -draw pokemon as a person
    peace imma go to sleep have a nice night

  • Imma save you 11 minutes of jargon, pointless analogies, ego stroking, and self promoting and condense this entire video to something you probably already know:
    Fake it till you make it. Then don’t stop.
    The End. And I didn’t insult your intelligence for 11 minutes. You’re welcome.

  • Woah, seeing this video, seriously just cleared up something in my mind.

    After being called “smart” for I don’t know how much times, I start to easily give up on things that are difficult because I ask myself, “I’m smart right? So why can’t I do this?” and I just get so down and unmotivated.

    I didn’t realize how those nice compliments changed me so much. Thanks!

  • Such great advice, especially for your younger viewers. They can be so impressionable. You have been rockin the exercise & balanced diet speak. You do you and hopefully they will do them. So happy to see your other half enjoying his Uni completion. Congratulations Tim!!

  • I had artblock for almos a entire year. I coulnd draw, i couldt bring myself to enjoy my art or anything. seiing someone elses art was like a paint in my chest. Im drawing now, but is still difficult to get out of that mentality. ( I Speack spanish, so its a little difficult to express my feelings )

  • longest time i went on without drawing was a whole year…still improved a lot because i’ve been constantly watching art related videos, browsing instagram/art station etc, came back with a bang:^)

  • I want to ask something if I am new to zbrush and I want to make 3d characters for portfolio shall I just strt with basemesh and then I work my way on or is it better to model everything from scratch my inspiration was the first time I saw the trailer of the ” far harbour ” from fallout it had an amazing storyline and fantastic lvl design it was really magical thtswhy I love tht any advice would be helpful

  • I have no idea why I like doing art, I don’t even know if I like it any more…I haven’t really been motivated for years, there are just some weeks every once in a while which I do some things and then I stop. Right now I just do something if I’m obligated to do it, it it’s for myself I won’t do it…

  • spent 5 months making an animation for a college assignment. i did it all. script writing, concept art, character and background art, animating, editing and sound work. once i handed the animation in i just ran out of fuel and art engine died for about 2 months. happy to say i am back to drawing now.

  • This is late, so not much chance to get response, but I kinda got less and less into drawing because I didn’t feel apriciated enough. My parents are in creative field too, both architechts. My dad like realism, and mom is vary basic with art, if I can say so. I always tried to give tham what they liked tried to follow their interests. I always liked drawing. I loved cartoons and later manga, but after some time dad started to encourage me into realism and mom was often afraid of what I draw if it wosnt something happy. I kind off never could make them happy (but dad was always better with his critique).
    My online presence unfortunetly never kicked off so I kind off felt that I don’t draw good enough. I never draw much fan art not counting my very early “comic” based on Batman Tv series. Of cours I had my ovn OC back then, but I kinda never went with it into digital. When I started posting online I didn’t do that anymore. I never learned to present myself I guess which may be because I never got much friends early on.
    I studied at art college, didn’t made lasting bonds with other artists (stuff happened, not only my foult) aaad my carieer never kicked off either. I just feel like total looser whan comes to art. I really wanted to do it and have fun job and creative life but kind of never happened. So now I strugle to pick up my stilus and draw anything.
    Not always of course, just it is hard.

  • I just found your channel and as a new artist, the way you break everything down is so helpful! Motivation and art block was huge for me, as I went to university (non art major) I stopped drawing, especially when my mental place wasnt great. So I basically had art block for 4 years! I wanted to get back into it, but I was scared, and I felt unfulfilled when I tried doing sketches. This advice is really great for not burning out, I really like the training your hand vs eye point! Merci beaucoup Marc!

  • These tips really helped me see my art block from a different perspective. I feel overtime I’ve come to romanticize making others happy with my art a little too much. Started getting really depressing when my art and ideas didn’t get as much attention as I was hoping for. Slowly starting to learn art is for me and I don’t have to be the ‘best’ artist nor amazing.

  • But there’s a balance to this too tho. Sometimes you also gotta recognize when things are truly out of your control and no matter how hard you work you wont be able to complete what you set out to achieve. I guess the challenge of life is figuring out what situations are worth your persistence and when its time to change course or ask for help.

  • Our biggest enemies are the instant gratification substances,devices and things. We should steer clear of those to achieve something.

  • I love your little product placement for your friend soph. Friendship goals. Also, I’m loving your honesty surrounding your fitness journey. Both mentally and physically

  • Im a senior in high school, stressing over my portfolio submissions this December and February. I’ve been experiencing burn outs from art ever since middle school, due to myself using my insecurities as fuel to “be better”. I overworked myself to the point where I felt angry at art, and felt like quitting. I’m beginning to stress once again over my destination rather than my journey. This video made me realize something: I want to get accepted into college because I earned the acceptance letter. Not because I won it, or was awarded it. I want to EARN it. The journey, is what I crave. Thank you, Marc! My art block is gone hahaha.

  • LOVED this video and all your fitness related ones!! Was watching this on the cross trainer as I finished my session and you talking about motivation really kept me going lol, thanks!! You’re looking incredible and but more importantly so glad to hear you’re feeling better for it too! ����
    Separate note: Do you mind if I ask where you got your nose ring from?? Suits you so well and I think mine is a bit too chunky for my face ��

  • Recently got out of an art block/burn out myself. Realize I had to just take time to do some personal work and remember to have fun with drawing again. Even if it’s little doodles on sticky notes.

  • i got a really bad artblock from overworking myself doing commissions into a really bad burnout where I couldn’t draw for several days from how miserable I felt. It’s really important to take breaks, keep both yourself physically and mentally healthy and balance both work and play.

  • i did amazing piece about a month ago (for my standarts)… and it took me whole week to do it… it was intense…. im not doing art for 2 week now. Its the first time that im in a art block situation after i made a good art. it always happened after failures until this one. huh…

  • The longest was probably 2 years, I took a observation drawing class for beginner. It’s was harder of what think, but keep with life drawing session during the class and some more during the weekend. During the school exposition, I was disappointing of my level compare to others students. I join a online community after and decide to study perspective, a also join a meetup in me city every week before the covid.

  • For me I feel burnt out from drawing because of school. College art finals just had me in an anxious mood so now I don’t feel like drawing much����

  • thank you for this video!!!!was very much needed as i’m feeling really down and it takes all motivation away
    i want to ask you Emi,can a change of life style also change your caloric needs????like i started eating enough during my summer vacation,so i was not busy and spent a lot of time at home,my only major activity was working out,but now i walk between home and school 4 times a day,( i eat lunch at home so i get back home on foot and then go again so it’s a total of 4 times)and i spend long hours studying,along side with 30 to 45 mins of workout 5 to 6 days a week (sometimes 4 when something comes up and i can’t workout),i noticed that i get tired easily,but my ED has been triggered with all ppl around me at school and i’m struggling not to restrict,but i’m making sure to keep eating enough,i’m just not sure if i’m restricting again or my body now needs more energy than before,thanks in advance!xx

  • I’m not bragging, but I think this is the reason why whenever I do something, I do it enough to do well, but I never push myself to do better.

  • I’ve recently gotten back that inspiration to start drawing again. I like it as a hobby, but I think there was a point where school and work had so much of my focus and I had so much stress built up on it that it kept me from getting motivated. I was in that slump for 6 years but I feel inspired again. Going to try and just take it easy and let the creative emotions flow.

  • Actually art is really fun but there’s some place where u got in art that u can’t focus on the fun part and that’s the point were u know it’s starting to be serious u’re getting stressed and having half of ur day drawing only, and in that phase u focus only on growing being better and maybe make a profit out of it

  • Your doing amazingly well Emma!! And the way you are talking about your journey is very inspirational! Do you use any sort of fitness tracker? If so which one and do you find it helps you stay motivated? Xx

  • I do have an art block right now. I think it’s because I live in a very rural blue collar area and I have no one to do art with, no one to bounce off and excel in my art. I feel like I’m all alone out here in the middle of no where. Anyways, great video! Lol

  • I never really comment but here goes nothing. I think my art block, or rather, lack of inspiration/motivation comes from lack of isolation. Every time I draw or write something I’m afraid my brother or my dad is going to walk in/look over my shoulder and go “Whatch ya’ drawing?” Or they’ll say that they can do better. This leads to my art being limited or reference being limited. If there’s a character or art piece I really like it might be seen as weird or strange, so I usually stick to using different images of people and art lessons, instead of learning from other artists, which I like doing. When I work on art I usually want to be alone so I can do whatever I want and not be judged by the quality of my work by family, which I find very hard to do.

  • I recently broke my right arm, that led me in a really bad period until, eventually, craving to draw again, I started drawing with my left hand xD

    I love your art and videos! They keep me always motivated, thank you!

  • 9 years or so. My advice: find human love, good home social environment and stay well fed. Do stupid stuff outside with your friends, so when you come home later in the afternoon or evening, you have a lot of energy and experiences to process. Then drawing a little something will come as a release, a peaceful ending to a great day.
    Thanks for the tips ma dood!

  • One of my favourite Teachers: A lot of parents are coming to me telling that their kid has an high iq, i always respond to them that even if they have an high iq they have to at least listen to me once to even know whats the topic, they cannot let information appear out of thin air. And thats why theyre failing the classes. (I translated that freely so sorry for my bad grammar, it would be nice if you could correct me if i made a mistake)

  • thanks for all your videos Marc, I learn a lot with everything, and thanks for the perseverance in uploading them during this quarantine, you are an excellent worker and also an educator, keep it up! Thank you

  • Seeing people like this, and other art really keeps me down in my art hole or art block. I cannot get back in the art I made before, when I was in college and school having other artists around and comparing and critiquing are styles and what we can do to improve or keep at. That’s what I miss, haven’t found anyone or really any place here in Vegas that has that kind of feel, and atmosphere. Only art classes really had that vibe. I don’t want to spend money again just to experience that again, and even now with this restriction and social distance it’s hard to get back into art. Especially when I don’t have any way to make money doing art. No one wants art by someone who is not good or cannot get a good price range on what to start charging people. I want to get better, it’s been two and a half years since I made anything. Anyone have some hints or pointers? I’ll try anything at this point. Even writing this in a YouTube comment section. Just feel lost.

  • Being an Alcoholic and trying to Art is bad, i’ve been trying to quit completely though in the past 2 years, but it is hard seeing as how alcohol is just everywhere, and easy and cheap to get.
    So i get completely distracted by it and have to daily use my willpower to not go out and buy it.
    While i rather would do art instead just addiction is crap to battle with.

  • My art block comes from chronic migraine, I guess you can say I diagnosed with it around 12yrs old when it started getting really bad… anyways it almost feels like my creative personality just switches on and off between the more worse episodes.

    The longest I’ve ever gone without really doing art consistently was after highschool for many years like 6 maybe, quite the change from drawing every day I could throughout school from kindergarten to senior year. I tried to pursue other interests: painting/restoring cars, many jobs, moving around… but it was a pretty depressing cycle, jobs are hard with extra headaches.

    I didn’t really get back into art until a year or so ago I started watching Youtube artists… typically (you) Marc Brunet, Trent Kaniuga, Dave Greco, Subjectively… and many others, you guys having fun with art and creating worlds made me miss something I had always wanted to pursue, especially learning digital… but I guess I had lost sight of it. Now I have the goal of making my own pen and paper fantasy role-playing game and there’s so many different subjects to work on I hardly get bored.

  • I am in a constant artblock /lazy face since 5 or more years. And I know the solution for my problem is to draw, but I just can’t motivate myself to keep drawing. A although get even more mad, bc I know I could be SO GOOD if I just would have practiced at least a little instead of doing nothing and that fact drags me down even more. Now I need to male my portfolio for my illustration study and that stresses me a lot, but although finally forces me to draw. What rly keeps pushing my motivation rn, is drawing from my own body references. My drawings turn out so good and anatomically correct, that it rly males me happy and finally giving me the motivation to get going. I just need to keep going and climb, or I will fall in that hole again. �� wish me luck xd

  • i finished recently a new piece which may be one of my best digital drawings and im glad with the result but till i finished it i really struggled a lot.. i had the lineart done but i wanted to color it properly so i somehow found ur channel and few more recently and consumed a lot of art related videos that would help me (and they did and i learned and understood so much from them) but at a point i got anxious on starting coloring it ccause i wanted to be sure i make it so good and i couldnt find the right moment to start it.. but eventually i did and it was okay.. spent some hours in the first day and it went good, but then again i got anxious for some days and i started another drawing meanwhile, as i never draw backgrounds or environment in general, i wanted to give it a try(because of one of your videos:D) i didnt have any ideas so i tried to remake a landscape i drew on my sketchbook last year but i got to change it like completely, and from a waterfall, river, tree kinda basic landscape, i got to draw a lot of animals in a place and i actually enjoyed it so much! i never drew animals either, but i got now to draw aquatic animals and birds of all kinds and i think its been a very long time since i enjoyed that much to draw something, and then after few more days i got myself ready to finish the piece i started before and it took me a whole day to finish it and it was a nice process where i wasnt really sure what im doing but i think i did good in the end, by remembering all kinds of tips and advices which really made it stand. im happy with the result but.. now i would like to finish the drawing with the animals because i got an idea on how i want the final image to look like, but now im struggling again on continuing it.. i dont know why i feel like this:( also idk if anyone would read all this but if u did, thank u

  • If you want to truly “know thyself” then you first must be willing to surrender thyself… together with all your dreams and ambitions. Setting your “Self” aside and learning about who God really is will help you better understand how He sees you and how much He really loves you. Many people claim that all your answers lie within. But it isn’t until the light of God shines within YOU that you can truly see yourself for who you really are… and in that process you will become more aware of how great His love is for you and how He accepts you, just as you are, with all your strengths and weaknesses. Finding out just who Jesus really is, will help you better understand who you really are.
    Jesus once said, “He who tries to save his life will lose it but he who loses his life for my sake will find it.”
    The simple truth is… we were never meant to learn how to better live to ourselves but how to better die to ourselves.
    The day you decide to start following after Him… is the day your life ceases to be your own. I’d much rather do Life One Day at a Time with Jesus then one day at a time trying to find my own way.

  • Thanks for sharing your incite and inspiration! I dropped art altogether back when I was 19. It was 10 years later when I turned 29 that I started again. I gave up because I didn’t understand practicing the right way, and I thought I was just not good enough. The world needs people like you telling us that we ARE good enough! Great video!! Thanks man!! ����

  • Throughout the day, stop and take notice of what you’re doing, eating, thinking, etc. Ask yourself what your life would look like if you did, ate, thought that thing 1000 times. If you’re eating unhealthy food, imagine your health and body after eating it 1000 more times. If you spend a day binge watching unproductive YouTube videos, what would your mental state be if you spent 1000 more days like this. Likewise, if you’re watching a video like this, imagine how motivated you’d feel if you watched 1000 just like it. Or exercised 1000 times. And so on.

  • Same here. Just got Huion Kamvas 20 and I have been playing around with
    it. Just stuck in a rut at this point. Thanks for the video. I needed

  • Yay! I’m so glad you have a channel now. While watching your Instagram story I literally though, “I wonder if she has a Youtube channel”, then you mentioned you started one. yay!!

  • The story u told is the story of my life.I’m a med student in my country doctors and jobs which require little to no education get paid the same so I ask myself why? Why I’m I going thru all this to get nothing different to help my family out of poverty and I get depressed.������������������

  • Longest stretch of time for me not doing art. Well I can’t say that I haven’t been, because I have here and there. But it’s all been out of obligation of “if you don’t then you won’t improve, won’t have anything to show, won’t get paid for your work.” So I can’t say that I’ve 100% had an art block. I’ve got stuff I want to draw / model, and I have a desire to. But every second of doing it from opening up a program to the finish of the piece is an agonizing slog to go through it and I get stressed out even thinking about doing it again. Been like that for half a year or so at this point.

  • I am currently having an art block, losing motivation from the fact I can’t find a digital art process that works for me nor figuring out what to paint. I discovered that going back to the fundamentals resets the fun and motivation I had creating art.

  • So i work as an editor for another art youtuber and i was suffering from art block for a while at the time. Because that dude’s really nice, i hit him up ( the YTBER ) and asked him about my art block, my incapacity to make things look good. And he gave me a really valuable tip to learn AND get your motivation back, that is to take someone’s drawing, break it down, grab the structure of the drawing, and use it as the base structure for your drawing, character etc… You do not have to claim the piece as your own, even tho you can, but it really helps you unconsciously learn structure and it gets your motivation back on tracks. I saw a massive improvement in my work, i’m currently breaking down a piece from rossdraws that i hope will be done by the end of the week end

  • Thank you for this video man! Only found your channel last night and it’s already starting to help. Don’t really know what the cause of my lack of motivation is but right now I’m just constantly exhausted from my other job, I can’t do my apprenticeship since the studios closed for lockdown and doing nightshifts all week has left me a husk hahah my confidence has always been really low so I guess that coupled with shit family stuff has really got me this time and I can’t seem to get out of this. But your videos and tips have helped and I appreciate them loads, thanks alot man and hope you are staying safe in these mental times ����

  • This video has made me so motivated to get back to the gym I was enjoying it so much and just found myself stop going, my ‘why’ was too look good and be skinny so maybe that shouldn’t be my ‘why’ and I am going to make some goals:)

  • This is what caused my art block.
    I was brought up in school as a portrait artist. In middle school i liked drawing anime / cartoons, but in highschool my art teacher saw a portrait i turned in for an assignment and my art teacher really encouraged me to go for realism.
    Here’s my problem with realism. I feel like I’m simply copying something. It doesn’t feel like I’ve created anything and I feel as if though I’m just a shoddy photocopier. This KILLED my drive for art and throughout my 5 years in highschool (i took an extra year because i didn’t want to graduate lmfao), I had around a 50% average in every single class including art. In art I would constantly find myself drawing things that weren’t assigned for coarse work.
    It’s been 8 years since I graduated and I draw maybe once a month for a single day, and my art has really regressed because every time I try to dedicate time to art, it just feels as if though I am not actually being creative and am instead copying everything around me which could simply be done by taking a photo….
    I don’t know how to fix this, but it’s a huge roadblock for me.

  • I’m about 1 week into my fitness journey.. not long but I took your advice from a previous video and started little by little. I started a couple weeks back by recording my meals so I could really see what I was eating. Now I’m trying to drink much more water and make healthier food decisions.
    I have been running a couple of times but I hope to keep it up and this video has really helped my mindset about it.
    It was you that inspired me to try and be healthier in the first place. You rock!

  • I have periodic artblocks that often come seasonally; I suspect mild seasonal depressions might have something to do with it. It’s usually during the winter months when I tend to become lazy and gradually stop drawing. It often happens together with the loss of another habit, for example, I start passing on going to the gym and I then find myself overindulging in things like videogames and junk food and that ends up robbing me of productive time. I may start going to bed really late because I’m playing a videogame or brwsing youtube, and the next morning I have a hard time waking up early, and thus I become less productive. To snap out of it I just revert to my previous good habits and cut the distractions off. (which can take me some time to achieve). So yeah, if you have the same problem try not to indulge in hedonistic beahviours and stick to your plan/routine (i know, easier said than done xd). It sucks not enjoying doing what you love the most, it’s such a bad place

  • You’re actually looking great Emma!!
    How do you eat healthy on a low budget, I’ve tried eating healthy but it’s so expensive:( especially fruits! If anyone has any tips let me know x

  • I do Slimming World and I’ve started to lose motivation recently, it’s so difficult to stay on track and avoid temptation (which for me is chocolate and sweets)

  • I’m glad I came across this! I’m on a mission to improve myself mentally and tonight I had a hard time staying focused on topics that I want to be smarter in. Literally, I got frustrated with myself. I have to keep going and at it. I’ve been gradually adding new habits into my life as I am trying to evolve into someone I have always wanted to be and this quarantine is the perfect time to do so. Thank you again for this ❤️

  • I finally found a video that really tells me the reason that works with me. Thank you for posting this, I’ve been struggling a lot, because I’m one of those people who don’t put in effort, because everything I’m happy with everything, and other people tell me I do well. I’ve found myself not feeling motivated to try and do anything, because nothing really amounted to anything, but I’ve had a lot of projects planned. I’m going to try using the tips in this video, thank you for the help! I appreciate this more than I can tell you.

  • I’ve been playing piano for 10 years and I’m just about to do my final grade but I’ve had no motivation to practice. This video made me get up and play. Thanks for that little push. I love piano and I’ve been working 10 years for this.:)