Habits That Make Your Life Better Part 3

When it comes to creating a more balanced, happy life, we often look to massive lifestyle shifts as the only solution. (If you, like me, have ever set a New Year’s resolution to simply “be healthier”, you probably know what I mean).This mentality often results in overwhelm, lack of sustainability, and a huge sense of frustration when results don’t come as quickly or as easily as we’d like.

Sometimes all is takes is a quick adjustment in our daily routine to change our lives. Here are a few habits that make your life better :

  • Let Someone Go in Front of You in Line – At the bank, grocery store, even on a freeway on ramp. Maybe not every day, but what’s the harm in saying “No, you first,” every once in a while? That’s right, there is none. After you…..
  • Read a Poem – Your high school nemesis error and misery ridden status updates might give you a delicious sense of schadenfreude, but a quick hit of Dorothy Parker will do you one (much) better. Pick a random poem, and don’t worry if you don’t quite understand what it’s trying to say. Just soak it in.
  • Floss – Morning. Night. After meals. Why aren’t you doing this already? Future you will thank you when you still have all your teeth.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. You are right. Random acts of kindness brings about better & blissful life. 👍

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    1. GS says:

      The winter holidays tend to get people in the giving mood. No matter what time of the year it is, though, I believe that random acts of kindness can benefit everyone. Random acts of kindness can positively impact others and they are great for the soul too.

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  2. edgarone2 says:

    Simple things to make us better.

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    1. GS says:

      It might sound obvious, but waking up everyday makes me happy, being healthy makes me happy.

      I’m happy when I go out for dinner or lunch with my family, I’m happy when I see people being kind to one another, I’m happy when my skin is clear and when someone points out that I’m smart.

      These are just a few examples of things that make me feel grateful, and I think that everyone should learn to seek happiness mostly in little and apparently insignificant things.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog.

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  3. Thotaramanii says:

    Nice Content😊👍

    Liked by 2 people

    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the suggestions.

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