We all want to be successful in our lives and in our careers but sometimes we let the busyness of our personal and work lives interfere with taking care of ourselves and doing the things we need to do.
It can be easy to get off track and find ourselves filled with anxiety while we struggle to meet deadlines and prioritize competing demands.
Apply the following six practices to your day today and you’ll have a better day tomorrow.
1) Turn off the social media
Avoid your Facebook, twitter, and Instagram accounts. These take time away from the important things and we often find ourselves unfavorably comparing our lives or circumstances with others we barely know.
2) Forget multi-tasking
Focus on only one thing and work at it until you complete it. Attempting to multi-task is a distraction and might even lead to taking a look at those social media accounts we suggested turning off.
3) Replace negative self-talk
When you’re stressed out or struggling with work you can find yourself stuck in a rut of negative self-talk. You’re not good at this. It will never get done. No one will like this. The self-talk can be ruthless. It’s important to recognize this and replace the self-talk in your mind with positive affirmations: I’ve got this. I’m good enough. I’m brave and capable.
4) Take a walk outside and breathe
Get outside into the fresh air, go for a walk, and focus on your breathing. You’ll feel better, more relaxed, less stressed, and ready to take on the world.
5) Eat a healthy and energizing meal
Be sure to get at least one meal in every day that consists of healthy food that will make your body feel strong and provide the energy you need.
You need good and adequate sleep to be at your best. Make sure you get 7-8 hours in order to be rested and focused to start your day well.
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