Seven Ways To Better Yourself
Declutter your life (physically, mentally and emotionally)
Why declutter one aspect of your life, when you can declutter every aspect of it! There is no better time than the present to get rid of that stack of old magazines that keep piling up or the baggage of something that’s been holding you down. If you want to declutter mentally, make a habit of writing down your thoughts every day. Through decluttering, you will clear up space in your mind and home, helping you to focus on the things that need your attention more.
Find a hobby
Having a hobby can be great for several of reasons. It’s a great outlet for when you’re feeling stressed, it offers new opportunity to grow and it helps connect you with others. Even if it’s a hobby that doesn’t require a group, you will come across others who enjoy the same hobby as you. If you choose a hobby that’s unfamiliar to you, it’s a great learning experience and can teach you many new things!
Read more, Watch television less
One of the reasons reading is more beneficial than watching television is because it increases brain activity. Reading can enhance one’s imagination and also is a good trick for falling asleep at night. Here are some great military nonfiction books to dive into.
Exercise and change bad eating habits
As the weather gets warmer, it’s time for you to get outside and get moving. By slightly increasing your exercise regiments each day and tweaking your diet one step at a time, you are improving your health. If you are really determined to make exercising a big part of your life, here are some military workouts you can try to get started.
Fewer things are more rewarding than when you are helping others. Not only are you helping improve their life, you are improving your own as well. Getting involved will help you grow as a person and you may discover new interests or passions. Whether you are helping an individual, an organization or a community you are making a difference.
Make a note of the positive things that happen each day
By noting the positive things that happen to you every day it helps you think positively and improve your mood overall. A study at the University of North Carolina shows that positive emotions allow humans to see more possibilities in their lives. When one sees more possibilities, it encourages him or her to plan ahead. Another plus is if you keep a record of positive things that happen to you, you can reread them when you need a pick me up!
Find ways to save your money
Very few people are ever opposed to the notion of saving money! You can do this in a multitude of ways. Start making your coffee at home instead of buying it, turn the lights or television off when they aren’t in use and stop buying unnecessary clothing or items for your home (this will help prevent clutter in your home as well!). Even if you save in small ways, you will see it add up over time.