4 Easy Ways You Can Actually Live Better
A simple post from a regular guy on living better, life tips and stuff, 4 Easy Ways You Can Actually Live Better
I’ll try to answer your question as best as I can. Let me start off by saying, “YES! You can live better!” Nothing in my life has been easy, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been able to learn valuable lessons along the way. I have found that if you want something bad enough you will find a way to make it happen. The key is:
- Be determined
- Know what you want in life and don’t settle for anything less than those things.
- Surround yourself with people who care about your future goals. Make friends with them who will hold you accountable when needed (think: accountability partners).
Clean your room
A clean room is a silent room.
It’s easy to get swept up in the hustle and bustle of life, but there are some simple things you can do every day to improve your quality of life.
Cleaning your room is one of them!
Don’t forget to breathe.
Breathing is the most basic and important thing you can do for yourself, but it’s also one of the most overlooked. It’s estimated that about 80% of people are not breathing properly—they take shallow breaths or hold their breath for long periods of time. In fact, some people don’t even know they’re doing it!
The first step in improving your health isn’t necessarily changing what you eat or how much exercise you get; rather, it’s simply taking care of yourself by making sure that your body is getting the oxygen it needs to function properly. This means avoiding foods that make breathing harder (like refined sugar), taking deep breaths before meals and throughout the day (and especially when stressed), exercising regularly (and not just because everyone else seems to be doing so), etc., all while making sure there aren’t any physical barriers blocking your airway like dentures or glasses—or if there are, removing them before going anywhere where there won’t be enough fresh air circulating around them!
Use the stairs.
You know what’s better than sitting in a chair? Standing up.
And the best way to do that is by taking the stairs instead of an elevator. It’s easy, it’s free (you don’t even have to pay for your ride!), and it can help you stay active while also improving your health and wellness.
But if you’ve ever been on a crowded elevator or had someone squeeze past on their way out of a lift, then I’m sure this idea may seem like something that would be difficult or impossible for some people—but there are actually many ways around this problem:
- Use public transportation like buses or trains instead of taxis/cabs; 2) Park outside rather than at home; 3) Walk across town (or across town) instead of driving; 4) Bike instead
Simple things make a big difference.
- Don’t sweat the small stuff.
- Takeaway: It’s not about the little things.
To live better, you need a few things:
The ability to make healthy choices.
The desire to do the work.
You’ve heard it before, but I’ll say it again: there is no such thing as easy food. No one tells you this when you are young and hungry for good things, but adults often forget that most of what we eat is bad for us. It may be tasty or convenient or cheap or fun, but if it doesn’t fuel your body well, keep your body happy and strong, and cut out the toxins in the process—you’ll regret it later.
You will get discouraged sometimes, but don’t let that stop you from trying new ideas and new foods! Try these tips to help you along your way toward a healthier diet: