👍👎 Morale

It's inevitable that our morale might dip occasionally. After all, we're only human. But simply ignoring the problem and hoping that it will go away is unlikely to work, and may even make things worse. Actively rebooting your morale, on the other hand, can have a number of advantages. No one can feel positive all the time. But prolonged low morale can make us feel lethargic, slow and disengaged. It can be easy to ignore the reason behind your low mood and hope that it just goes away by itself, but doing this is only avoiding the real issue.

📜 Reading articles

Everything you read fills your head with new bits of information, and you never know when it might come in handy. The more knowledge you have, the better-equipped you are to tackle any challenge you’ll ever face. A love of reading can protect your brain from Alzheimer’s disease, slash stress levels, encourage positive thinking, and fortify friendships.

💊 Vitamins

Sometimes, even when we are doing our best, we need a boost; we need to increase our body’s wellness to deal with the stress, poor sleep and dietary deficiencies that come from a busy life. That’s where supplements come in. Multivitamins have been the go-to supplement to fill nutrient gaps for the last few decades, and they do provide a strong health boost for those lacking in certain nutrients

🥑 Eat healthy

No matter what your age, your daily food choices can make a huge difference in your overall health and in how you feel and look. With good nutrition and healthy eating habits, you can be on your way to improving your day-to-day mental health and well-being.

🗣 Languages

In a globalized world, where mobility is facilitated, learning a language is a wonderful benefit. Not only does it help when traveling, it is also a great advantage for studying in general and for career prospects abroad. Acquiring a second language enables us to develop various mental abilities at all ages.

💛 Gratitude

A five-minute a daily gratitude journal can increase your long-term well-being. The benefits of being grateful can be emotional, mental, and even physical. Often when you’re feeling grateful, you’re better able to manage stress. As you’re probably well aware, when you don’t properly handle stress, your health and well-being often take a hit. The act of gratitude is the act of focusing on the good in life. If we perceive our current life to have more good, we will also believe our future life to have more good.

💰 Track expenses

The real reason you track your expenses is to create financial awareness. If you don’t know where your money goes or how you spend it, you won’t know what habits you can change in order to make your money work for you. Tracking your spending can help you identify serious spending issues. You can also see if your spending matched your priorities. It is easier to make changes when you realize that you are not reaching your financial goals because you eat out every night.

💤 Sleep

Within the brain, sleep enriches our ability to learn, memorize, and make logical decisions. It recalibrates our emotions, restocks our immune system, fine-tunes our metabolism, and regulates our appetite. Dreaming mollifies painful memories and creates a virtual reality space in which the brain melds past and present knowledge to inspire creativity.

⛔️ No phone before sleep

Many of these activities may prompt a compulsive desire to continue refreshing, checking, responding, reading, scrolling, posting, clicking, or playing. It feels good and there is a limitless opportunity for additional stimulation. It may be tough to stop and put the device away. This alone may lead to a delay in bedtime and reduced total sleep time. In addition, the light from phone, tablet, or computer screens may impact the ability to fall asleep. Small amounts of artificial light from the screens may cause a delay in the circadian rhythm.

⛔️ No phone waking up

Starting the day by looking at your phone throws you into a reactionary state. The rest of your day will only be spent bouncing from activity to activity that elicits your reaction rather than you creating a plan on your own terms. Your mind and your morning are hijacked.

🎧 Audiobooks

Listening to audiobooks improves your reading and speaking accuracy and fluency. While the narrator(s) narrates the book, you can notice and learn the way he/she is pronouncing different words. Many people love listening to audiobooks in gym, or while going for a walk, or while carrying out other daily commute be it driving, cooking, cleaning, or even bathing.

🍋 Water with lemon

Lemon water has become a popular morning beverage, since it's been claimed to help improve your mood, energy levels, immune system and metabolic health.

🧘🏽‍♂️ Meditation

Meditation is a habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. You can use it to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Many people think of it as a way to reduce stress and develop concentration. There are thousands of studies that have shown mindfulness meditation can positively impact mental and physical health. Whether it’s by reducing stress, improving sleep, increasing focus, or improving relationships, research shows mindfulness works.

🐕 Yoga

The purpose of yoga is to build strength, awareness and harmony in both the mind and body. While there are more than 100 different types, or schools, of yoga, most sessions typically include breathing exercises, meditation, and assuming postures (sometimes called asana or poses) that stretch and flex various muscle groups.

🙆🏻‍♀️ Streching

Stretching help increase your flexibility, which is an important factor of fitness, but it can also improve your posture, reduce stress and body aches, and more. ncorporating stretching into your daily routine allows muscles to be well circulated and ultimately healthier.

🔋 Power nap

It’s the most effective way to wake up and refresh your mind when you’re feeling tired and sluggish. A research has shown that a power sleep is much better than no nap as it enhances the cognitive abilities and alertness. It has also been found that to have important health benefits. A power nap improves learning and memory, prevents stress, boosts mood and creativity, helps jump start productivity and alertness, and even helps lower your risk for heart disease.

⏳ Deep work

Deep work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. It’s a skill that allows you to quickly master complicated information and produce better results in less time. Deep work will make you better at what you do and provide the sense of true fulfillment that comes from craftsmanship. In short, deep work is like a super power in our increasingly competitive twenty-first century economy.

📝 Make a to-do list

One of the fundamental tools for time management is that list of things you need to get done. It consolidates all your tasks in one place. From there you can prioritize them and tackle the important ones first. Having a written list helps us remember when things have do be done so we do not miss anything.

📚 Reading books

Believe it or not, frequent reading manages to modify the structure of our brain, creating and reinforcing new connections.. Is important because it develops our thoughts, gives us endless knowledge and lessons to read while keeping our minds active. The importance reading books to help us learn and understand cannot be underestimated, not to mention the vocabulary and thinking skills we develop.

🥶 Cold shower

Taking a cold shower can make a person feel more alert, largely due to its effects on the body. Cold water can “seal” the pores in the skin and scalp too, preventing dirt from getting in. Cold water can improve circulation by encouraging blood to surround our organs, which can then help combat some problems of the skin and heart.

💧Water in the Morning

Your body is craving water when you wake up in the morning. As soon as you get up, grab and quench a glass of water and your health will be more than rejuvenated in more ways than you can imagine. Drinking water first thing in the morning immediately helps rehydrate the body. Drinking water first thing in the morning increases your level of alertness.

🏋️‍♀️ Workouts

Exercise is defined as any movement that makes your muscles work and requires your body to burn calories. There are many types of physical activity, including swimming, running, jogging, walking and dancing, to name a few. Being active has been shown to have many health benefits, both physically and mentally. It may even help you live longer

🏃‍♂️ Running

Regular running or jogging offers many health benefits. Running can: Help to build strong bones, as it is a weight bearing exercise, strengthen muscles, improve cardiovascular fitness, burn plenty of kilojoules and help maintain a healthy weight.

🏃🏻‍♀️ Cardio

Cardio helps increase the strength of your heart and lungs. Cardio can help you improve your endurance during workouts as well. However the main reason people do cardio is to burn calories to help them lose weight. Now cardio doesn't mean just running, biking or swimming. You can also make your weight training program a cardio workout as well. So depending on what your goals are you can get cardio training from either weights or machines.

🎧 Podcasts

There are a number of tasks that don’t require a lot of brain power, such as driving to work and cleaning the house. Podcasts are a great way to help pass the time, letting you immerse yourself in an enlightening conversation over the airwaves even though in real life you’re scrubbing toilets or washing sinks. Podcasts aren’t only good entertainment, but also great education. The time you’d normally spend doing those mindless chores or exercising can be used to help you prepare for the next phase of your career.

✍️ Journaling

Journaling can be effective for many different reasons and help you reach a wide range of goals. It can help you clear your head, make important connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and even buffer or reduce the effects of mental illness!