Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life. At the same time, you don’t need to wait a long time in order to see the measurable results that come from taking positive action.

All you have to do is take small steps and take them consistently.

1.Go to sleep earlier tonight

It’s easy to completely miss your bedtime because your favorite TV show released a new season or you need to finish up that stack of laundry that’s been waiting for your attention for days. But you shouldn’t underestimate the importance of having a sleeping routine – a few hours that you take away from it will make you lose focus the next day, increasing stress levels and irritability. Don’t believe? Try going to bed earlier today and see how you feel!

2. Be present in the now


The rhythm of modern world is all about rushing and trying to get as much things done as possible. That makes us always look ahead, most of the time missing on the things that are here right now. Enjoy every moment you’re living, whether it’s a short walk in the park that ends up with a cup of freshly brewed coffee, or switching off your phone and just spending a whole day with friends without the distraction of social media. Happiness is in the small things!


3. Create a morning routine

If you’re one of those people who just crawl out of bed and straight into the kitchen for the morning cup of joe – we’re not here to judge. But it will be so much better if you manage to free up at least half an hour to let yourself ease into the day. A light 15-minute yoga routine or a few exercises paired with homemade breakfast and your day will have a completely different rhythm!

4.Declutter your space

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Getting rid of things you don’t use anymore and simply organizing your space – the one you live in, sleep in, and work in, can bring a lot of positive energy into all your activities. Declutter your drawers, thoroughly go through your wardrobe, and get rid of things that no longer fit, manage your books, kitchen utensils, and, yes, even the space inside your laptop! You’ll feel so much lighter afterward.

5. Be grateful


Instead of focusing on the things you don’t have, be it material things, knowledge, or even a boyfriend, think more positively and concentrate on what you do have. Being grateful makes you feel better and that, in return, attracts more positive energy into your life. Be thankful to what you get, appreciate the people in your life, and don’t forget to tell them about it. What you give is what you get!

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