Habits That Can Help You Do More


You probably read this article squatting on the couch with a bowl of uncooked instant noodles on your knees, deliberately shifting the phone because the remote control of the TV is too far away to reach it. At the same time, you may think you’re not lazy, but you’re saving your energy. You know, like a cute koala bear. Of course, there’s nothing really wrong with that, but it’s still a good day if you can do a little more than you usually would (or not). So here are some new habits you can adopt to help you do more…

Add Some Practice To Your Life.

Okay, okay, we know how you feel about the practice, but it helps! Even if you wake up half an hour earlier, you can practice a good half hour and get your blood pumping for a whole day’s work (or do nothing). If you make an effort to get up early, you can make an effort to do something.

Spend Some Time Thinking

No, it doesn’t mean you have to stand against the wall and pretend you’re a mirror. Well, I think you can if you want to. Being able to think about your life is one of the easiest ways to be more productive in the shower. Whether you take the time to plan your day in the shower or sit down for a full meditation session, it all makes sense.

Activate Airplane Mode

In a world ruled by technology (robots are coming), it can be easy for us to spend our lives watching Facebook, our emails, or even just watching the news online. If you’re trying to do something, it may make sense to turn on airplane mode and get rid of this technology for a while if you can handle it.

Develop An Action Plan

Taking care of yourself and your life can be difficult when working full time, but developing an action plan on Friday evening can help in the long run. When your working week is over, make a list of your priorities in life. These can be relationships, career changes, or just rest. Plan when you can take them in before the new work week begins.

Become English


Maybe you don’t live in England, or perhaps you haven’t even visited Blighty, but the adoption of one of her beloved habits can give life a boost. Yes, we’re talking about the good old cup of tea. If you feel depressed in the afternoon, drinking a cup of tea gives you a good dose of caffeine (which is not as strong as coffee) to keep you going.

Fill In The “pieces”.

When you think about your daily life, you may realize that you have these “pieces” there. It can be the time you spend on the train, waiting for the kettle to start bubbling or waiting for a meeting to start. Fill that time with a well-informed action, like reading a good book!

Go To Bed.

You’ve probably never made a bedding set since you were a child – and even then you made a fortress with a duvet and a torch. However, an hour’s sleep as an adult can be beneficial because a good night’s sleep cannot be replaced by a cup of coffee (or ten).

Turn Off The TV

Yeah, we’re talking to you. Get your ass off the couch, turn off the TV and go to the real world at least two nights a week. This way, you have the opportunity to spend time with your loved ones, find new hobbies or get the job you didn’t have time for.

Set A Time Limit

Homework is (unfortunately) part of everyday life, which means it can take a lot of time – time you could spend on something else. The best way to combat this is to give yourself a time limit for these tasks. That’s why it’s best to start vacuuming.

Do you need to do more things in your life? Follow these simple steps, and you will be the most productive person in town.

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