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Little Things You Can Do Everyday To Improve Your Life

Many people believe the key to happiness is investing massive amounts of time and money. But what if I told you that incorporating a daily self-care routine could actually be beneficial? Although it may seem unimportant or minuscule, it actually has a huge impact for your overall well-being.

1. Meditation

We’ve all heard about meditation. And you don’t need to be a master or sit there for hours to feel the benefits. There are many great guidance videos on Youtube or Google. Start with 5 or 10 minute meditation videos. Determine what you want to get out of this video — it can be for sleep, anxiety, energizing, etc. Meditation is great for clearing the mind and practicing to be in the moment (or what we like to call “mindfulness”).

You can practice meditation in the morning when you wake up, during the day if you feel stressed, or at night before you sleep.

2. Take a few minutes of your day to de-plug

As someone who is constantly on their phone or computer, I k

now it can be extremely difficult to put them away. And with

the technology culture we currently live in, most of us have to spend hours upon hours in front of the screen.

As hard at it might seem, find a slot of time during your day to put away all electronics (yes, including your TV). Instead, replace it by reading a book, going for a walk, talking to someone around you, cooking a meal, etc. There’s so many things you can do!

And if you’re someone (like me) who works at night, turn your settings on “night shift mode” to block out the blue light. Trust me, your eyes and sleep will thank you for it.

3. Journaling

Like meditation, I’m sure you’ve heard a million times that journaling is the best thing to do. And its true! Journaling is a wonderful way to declutter t

he mind and get everything down on paper.

And if it seems intimidating, don’t worry. This is your personal space to write down anything you want. It doesn’t need to be perfect, or have good spelling, or be filled up. If you feel too lazy or unmotivated to write in your journal, try writing that down. Eventually, journaling will become a habit you have developed.

4. Eat at least one nutritious meal per day

Your mental health and physical health go hand in hand. You want to ensure you are getting the proper nutrients your body deserves.

Not everything is black and white. If you can, try and

make most of your meals somewhat nutritious. However, if you’re on the go and find you don’t have time, try meal prepping or buying pre-made meals (make sure to look at ingredients and sodium). Cooking or buying a healthy meal is easily obtainable and your body will thank you!

There are many ways you can do daily self-care rituals that have a huge impact. Try incorporating at least one or all of these techniques, and make it a habit. Over time, you will start to see the benefits!

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