TIPS TO HELP YOU LIVE A BETTER LIFE
Added on: 13th Mar 2015
LOVE TO LIVE
There is so much to do in this life. Don’t cramp yourself in a bottle
of mirage impossibilities. Rather, seek to do something that pushes
your comfort zone (go bungee jumping, sky diving, mountain climbing,
camping in the woods, camping on a beach, etc.)
BE THANKFUL FOR EVERYTHING
Look, life is not an entitlement. That mile-long list of things you feel
are absolute right and that you are entitled to need, throw away.
Realize that everything you have is a gift and as such, it’s
good manners to say thank you.
Why waste precious energy on “bad-mouthing” someone else?
How does that make you any happier? Instead, try to bring
something informative to a conversation where people
will feel enriched.
No one is impressed with the fact that you have not slept for days.
Not only that, but the health consequences are scary and dire.
Don’t do that to yourself! Try to get at least 6 hrs (preferably 7-8 hrs)
of sleep every night. Your mind, body, and yes even your soul,
will thank you.
OWN A RESCUED PET
There is something about saving the life of an innocent being that
brings happiness to anyone’s life. Consider saving the life of a
rescued animal and who knows, they could very well rescue yours.
MANAGE YOUR ATTIRE
If you dress for success, you tend to be successful. Take care of
your appearance. Not only does a good appearance tell the world
that you value yourself, but more importantly, you tell yourself
that you value yourself.
TAKE ANOTHER STEP
Nothing lasts forever. Hard times come and go. So when you
are tempted to give up, just take one more step, live one more day,
breathe one more time. And you will see, that change, as gradual as
a sunrise, will come before you even realize it.
AVOID THINGS THAT ARE USELESS OR UGLY
Choose to surround yourself with good and beautiful things in
anything and everything. Think about the music you listen to,
the movies you watch, the art you collect, the books you read, etc.
STAY IN TOUCH WITH FRIENDS
Don’t let the hustle of society blind you from what’s truly important.
At the end of the day, your job won’t take care of you when you’re
sick or hurting. But your friends will. So make time for those who
truly have your best interest at heart.