Simple Habits To Fix Your Problems

Creating a morning ritual – Have a morning ritual for yourself. Practice waking up early-it makes you prepare for the day. Make time for exercise. Make time for meditation. The more you practice it, the better your life goals.

Social media detox – Keep track of time when you indulge in your phone, the best way is to keep a timer when you use your phone. Spend an hour without touching your phone/tv, notice how much you enjoy.

Have Non-Negotiable – Few examples – 20 minute walk, 10 minute meditation, cold shower, 10 minutes writing, no screen time an hour before bed, no food 2 hours before bed, stretching.

If something takes 5 minutes or less, do it – If you can do something that takes less than 5 minutes to complete-do it right away. Getting those simple tasks done right away prevents a lot of clutter and stress later on.

Get Enough Rest – Without enough rest, you can’t enjoy or improve your life. To get all the things done as expected, you must get enough rest for your body and mind. Not getting enough rest makes you cranky and reduces your ability to concentrate.

Follow the 80/20 Rule – Invest most of your energy and time on those specific tasks that create a big impact and maximise your productivity. 20% of the tasks yield 80% of the results.

Play Your Day the Night Before – Get everything ready you need for the morning. Things seem simpler when everything is planned and handy. It will relax you mind before getting to bed and you will sleep peacefully because you have sorted out your works according to you priorities.

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