People always strive to reach an ideal healthy life, but this does not come between day and night. To build healthy habits you need small beginnings. Creating a healthy lifestyle does not mean that you need to make all changes at once. By focusing on small healthy daily habits and creating new habits that likely to maintain habits for the long term. Developing healthy daily habits will take time, dedication, and determination, but that does not mean they can’t be done.
A good day means a good mood and more life satisfaction. Establishing a positive daily routine is a self-investment. Following a daily routine can help you establish priorities, limit procrastination, keep track of goals, and even make you healthy.
Firstly it helps me plan my day in a way that allows me to get the most out of it versus just performing random tasks and hoping that they move you forward. Second, creating a to-do list keeps me on task.
How does it work? You may add some habits as shown below
Start the day with glass water
Before you start sipping on your morning coffee, drink a glass of water. Not only is it refreshing, but it can help to hydrate the body while aiding digestion and metabolism at the same time.
Visualize your success
Simply close your eyes and imagine yourself excelling and being the best you. Put yourself in situations where you shine, visualizing the best possible outcome today.
Save time for 30 minutes exercises routine.
Exercise has tremendous health benefits for both the body and the mind and there are so many different ways to create movement in your day. Whether you love biking, swimming, dancing, or going to the gym, it is imperative that you find some form of movement that you enjoy and make time for it daily.
Put Your Phone Away for a couple of hours
Being connected 24/7 can have many negatives side effects on our health. The average adult has eight social media accounts and spends at least 2 hours and 24 minutes checking their phone every day. Just think of all the time that could be spent outside, moving, exercising, or cooking! This constant digital connection can increase perceived stress and constant exposure to blue light
Spend time reading something new
Reading can boost your intelligence, increase your brain power, and even strengthen your ability to empathize with other people. Reading reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s.
Get Healthy meals
Ensure that your meals are balanced (greens, carbs, protein, and fat). Foods that fall into this category and have positive effects on your body and mind include Fish, nuts, seeds, avocado, blueberries, raw carrots, and dark chocolate. Try to have one or two of them in your daily meal planning.
Spend time with people who motivate you
Think about the people in your life, do they give you emotional positive energy or take it away? spend more time with the right people.
Remember even one positive habit done daily can be the basis for a major change in your life. Just start.
Actness Owner / Founder
MBA TAGSB Jordan German University B.A University of Jordan in Health and Physical Education Master Professional Wellness Coach\ IAPCC