Small Habits That Make Big Difference

Let’s get right to them

  • Make your bed.
  • Get your tasks for tomorrow lined up before you go to bed tonight.
  • Don’t put off doing the small stuff. Use the “2-minute rule”.
  • Organise to-do list based on life goals.
  • Give yourself deadlines.
  • Instead of taking a social media break, get up and move.
  • Read more.
  • Add more whole foods, fibre and vegetables to your diet.
  • Cut back alcohol and caffeine in the evening.
  • Practice gratitude.
  • Avoid multitasking.
  • Start a hobby or passion project outside work that makes you come alive.
  • Distractions are everywhere. Recognise them and block them, and watch your productivity soar.
  • Do a weekly review.
  • Spend quality time with people who empower and bring out the best in you.
  • Be impeccable with your word.

Take care!

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Janice Reid says:

    Love them all, but avoid multitasking? I would be in big trouble if I didn’t 🙂.

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    1. GS says:

      Haha if you can manage, so be it

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you resonated with the post

      Like

      1. ImpromtDude says:

        I did. I’m going to write these down and apply them to life :

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      2. GS says:

        Awesome Sauce

        Like

  2. Getting rid of the small tasks (fill the dishwasher, water the flowers) the nihht before so you don’t have to rush your mornings is such a brilliant habit to master! It really changes your life

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    1. GS says:

      Absolutely. Preparing clothes and making your bag the night before also helps.

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  3. John says:

    Another helpful daily habit that can help relieve a lot of daily tensions is to spend your entire mornings without either a blaring television or radio set blathering on and on with all kinds of depressing news and reserve your newspaper reading until the afternoon. The reason for that is, newspapers in the morning can set a negative tone for the day and newspapers before bed can cause nightmares and restlessness.

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    1. GS says:

      Good suggestion. Thank you for adding to the list.

      Liked by 1 person

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