Improving The Quality Of Your Life

Improving The Quality Of Your Life

If you want to improve the quality of your life, I would highly recommend the introduction of good habits. Eliminating bad habits and forming good habits is where the magic happens. In doing so you have a greater chance of lasting success. Developing good habits increases your chances of sustainable happiness, health, wealth, vitality and a good work life balance. 

Here are a few suggestions to get you started: 

Sleep I would argue that it’s not about the quantity but the quality of sleep that serves you best. Create an environment in your bedroom that is conducive to sleep. When you are able to have uninterrupted sleep your mind and body are able to carry out vital maintenance work in the restoration, recharging and re-energising department. Multiple studies have suggested that not only does sleep help to improve things like memory, but it also helps to boost the longevity of life, increase awareness, and activate creativity. 

Daily Gratitude Make time every day to create a list of all the things that you are grateful for. Understand that we all have challenges however when we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change. You might have a financial dilemma but be grateful that you have the where with all to handle it.

Emotional Health Simply put having the ability to bounce back from setbacks and thrive in spite of having problems. Emotional health involves defining and creating your own life worth living, setting boundaries and putting in place checks and stops that prevent you from going over the edge. 

Self-Discipline One of the most important skills you need to master in order to achieve your goals in life. Contrary to common belief, self-discipline does not mean being harsh toward yourself or living a limited, restrictive lifestyle. Self-discipline means self-control, which is a sign of inner strength and control of yourself, your actions, reactions and responses. 

Mindfulness and Meditation Taking time out on a daily basis to sit quietly and be present, not thinking about the past or the future, just being present in the moment. Sit silently with your eyes closed and listen to the sounds around you. Feel the air moving in and out of your lungs, the warmth of the sun on your shoulders, the coolness of the breeze moving across the room, and so on. Just be present. That’s all it takes.

Nutrition By developing a habit of eating healthy foods gives you the advantage of balancing your weight. It lowers the risk of heart diseases, controls your sugar levels in the body, strengthens your bones and teeth and most importantly boosts your immunity.

Exercise and Fitness Regular physical activity has the power to boost your mood. Studies show that regular exercise makes you feel happier. Developing a habit of regular exercise, increases energy levels, improves brain function, strengthens your muscles and bones, aids with weight loss and can increase your sex drive.

Family and Friends Making time for family and friends fosters healthy long-lasting relationships where everyone feels valued and heard. Prioritising time for those we say we love and care about should not be triggered by special events such as birthdays and special occasions, they should stem from the heart and delivered in a way that says you matter and is appreciated.

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