Setting a goal is not always easy especially when you think you have no time for those things. When you’re ready to kick-start your new routine, other things may just start falling in to place. Changing habits won’t be an easy task. It’ll take strong desire, a committed decision and repetitive behavior to do it.
The key is to choose a goal that is exciting and meaningful enough to you that you’ll be willing to put in the time and effort to make the change. The conventional wisdom says it takes at least three weeks to establish a new habit and it can only be possible when you yourself want to indulge and dedicate yourself to that goal. So, let’s just read the goals that you can set for a healthy lifestyle.
#1. Start simple and stay consistent
Do not try to make things done in one day. You can start from day one but don’t try to be an expert on the first day. Try things in small intervals first. The more consistent your habit the easier it will be to stick.
Place reminders to execute your habit each day or you might miss a few days. If you miss time it defeats the purpose of setting a habit, to begin with.
#2. Have a good water intake
It is necessary to have maximum 2 liters of warm water every morning. It not only detoxifies your body but also claims to give you a natural glow and a healthy body function all day long. And a person is required to have an intake of min. 8 liters in a day to stay healthy.
#3. Generate curiosity for reading
Even though people don’t have time nowadays but reading is something they can add up on their to-do list and can feel the difference.
One can look out for Wikipedia to read about something new, any person, and an event anything they feel comfortable with. And at the end of the day, what they have is a good knowledge about something they were curious about.
Meditation can be a cure to brain problems.
Some people create situations in their mind and feel tense all the time thinking about those things. The problems don’t actually exist but are there in mind.
Meditation is a good way one can quiet his mind and opt for a peaceful living after all a healthy mind is a source of the healthy body. Try checking out some online websites for meditation.
#5. Be grateful
Develop an attitude of gratitude. Be thankful for whatever you achieve in your life and try to count your blessings. Never compare your life to somebody else’s. Expressing gratitude instantly shifts your energy and focus on the good in your life instead of your problems.
Focusing on what’s good puts your mind in harmony with your source of supply so that even more good things can move toward you.
#6. Manage Stress
Stress is something you can’t avoid. No one is having a smooth life all the time. But you are the only one who can manage it. You can either think too much and make it worse for your body functions like high blood pressure, heart problems, weakened the immune system or you can take charge and counteract it. Try breathing exercises, yoga or laughing therapy to calm your mind.
#7. Healthy food
Try to indulge in healthy food habits rather than junk. Keep protein based snacks with you. Protein is a food group that keeps your blood sugar levels even. High fiber bread, whole wheat pasta, and fresh berries are all good ways to add fiber to your diet.