Trying to improve the habits that will enable you to live the greatest possible life in the upcoming year?
Your life can drastically change with even minor adjustments to your routine. Discover the 10 behaviours in this blog post that might greatly enhance your life in the coming year!
1. Decide on a motto for the year.
Create an overarching motto or theme based on your aims and aspirations for the year. It may be as easy as showing gratitude for every event you have or being open to change. A theme will keep you focused and inspired. It will provide a method for achieving your defined objectives.
What is meant for you will find its way, is my guiding principle for this year.
2. Have an early bedtime and early riser
I must stress this again. Our bodies have a set circadian cycle, which we frequently end up breaking. Setting your circadian rhythm properly requires getting adequate sleep and rising early. The most tranquil time of day for some "ME TIME" is the early morning. We often hear that successful individuals get up early, but the truth is that we are more productive and our thoughts are clearer in the mornings.
Respecting the reality that your body requires 7-8 hours of sleep, which includes moving up your bedtime, will help you wake up feeling rested and productive.
Enjoy those special times with friends and family since balance is another important factor.
3. Honor your accomplishments, big or small
We frequently neglect to enjoy the present and recognise tiny victories. Waiting for praise from others when all you really need is your own. Every victory, no matter how big or small, should be honoured.
4. Eliminate harmful individuals.
It is true that you are only as good as the people you choose to surround yourself with, therefore have the courage to let go of those that drag you down.
Those that are toxic to us are harmful to our inner tranquilly. Learning to recognise them and remove them from our quest for happiness is the key to advancement in this life.
5. Practice being grateful every day.
Gratitude fosters joy, happy times, enhances resilience to hardship, and fosters healthy interpersonal connections. Many different emotions and techniques of showing thankfulness exist. Having a daily thankfulness practise will improve your wellbeing and open doors to meaningful relationships.
6. Make your bedroom a peaceful place.
To increase productivity, simplify your environment and your head. Your body heals itself as you sleep in your bedroom. Always remember that your bedroom should be a place for relaxation and never bring work into it.
An overall healthy mind and body can be encouraged by creating a space that is well-organized and soothing.
So to create a tranquil space, light some candles or burn some aromatic oils.
You can read my blog for more advice.
7. Read a book at least once a month.
We all take care of our physical bodies by exercising or practicing yoga since we can always see the results for ourselves.
You should make it a habit to read for 30 minutes each day and set a monthly reading goal of at least one book.
Not sure where to begin? Visit this blog for some recommendations.
8. Establish a self-care schedule.
Self-care entails allowing oneself to take a break. We frequently forget that our daily schedules lead to overexertion and other ailments because we get so busy.
You should be aware of taking a moment to pause and nurture your soul and body before the universe throws you a curveball.
9. Push yourself to your limits.
It's always wonderful to have a familiar homey feeling. Having saying that, sometimes being overly cosy hinders our development. Make a pact with yourself that you will move outside of your comfort zone every week and do something uncomfortable. Never forget that you have the power to shape who you want to be; you don't have to accept who you are.
10. Pick up a hobby or learn a new skill
One thing that the year 2020 has taught us is that every skill is useful at some point. So why wait to start a pastime till you're bored or stuck at home? Learn a new skill, push yourself (see point 9), and be grateful for the improvement you are experiencing.
Finally, constantly keep in mind to exercise patience and prioritise your needs. Your greatest supporter will always be you!