Even if it’s just a little space, decluttering areas of your life can have a wonderful effect on your mood and happiness level.
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Choose three projects to focus exclusively on, the most important ones. You’ll be amazed at how much you’ll accomplish.
Pick the 4-5 most important things in your life, and build your perfect life around those things, eliminating most of the rest if possible. Then plan and schedule the first steps to get there, starting today.
Actually be with them, talk with them, bond with them. There isn’t much there will give you more joy than this.
Do less and focus on the more impactful, instead of the urgent. Don’t do everything on that list and don't pack your schedule full to reduce stress.
Don’t let your mind wander, keep it in the moment, focus on what’s happening around or within you.
The past is set and the future unpredictable, either take action or stop worrying about them, as it accomplishes nothing.
This greatly helps you to improve your mood.
Take a few minutes to enjoy the nature around you as you go for your walk. Clear your head, calm yourself and appreciate the good things in your life.
Get one important thing done. Something important in the long run so you can feel a sense of accomplishment.
This will leave you filled with warmth.
The more you work, the less effective and productive you become over both the short and long term .
It’s important for us not to overwork ourselves and get enough sleep to maintain a high level of productivity.
It's impossible to please everyone. And rejection is a way to figure out who’s compatible with whom: getting axed from a social group gives you space to find folks that are a little more your speed.
You’ll more likely find people who genuinely like you for you, without having to adjust your personality to someone else’s to be accepted.
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