Routines

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  1. Banishing Habits That Don’t Promote a Healthy Routine Over time, all of us develop bad habits which could be jeopardizing our growth and wellbeing. Whether it’s biting your nails or staying up late and not getting enough sleep, these types of habits could be causing havoc for your health in the long term.   The trouble is, it’s easy to ...
  2. Creating a Routine That Focuses on the Important Things When you’re looking to create a routine, there are so many different things you could focus on. Trying to plan out your days can be tough and it’s easy to forget the most important things.   So, if you want to create the most effective routine, below you’ll discover how to ensure it ...
  3. Finding Your Willpower and Self-Control Often, the reason we struggle to break bad habits is because we lack willpower and self-control. You need to really want something in order to force yourself to get it.   Unfortunately, not everyone is born with a high level of self-control and willpower. However, the good news is that ...
  4. How to Focus When You’re Surrounded by Distractions Do you spend a lot of your days procrastinating? If so, you’re definitely not alone. Trying to stay focused when you are surrounded by distractions isn’t easy, especially if you have a lot of tasks to complete.   The recent lockdown has highlighted just how difficult it can be to stay ...
  5. Incorporating “Me” Time into Your Routine When creating a daily routine, it’s easy to forget to include a little time just for you. With so many things to focus on such as chores, work and parenting, fitting in “me” time isn’t always easy. However, as challenging as it can be, ensuring you take time out for yourself each day is ...
  6. Making Time to Create New Habits Want to develop new, healthier habits but struggling to find the time? It is thought to take around two months to turn a behavior into a habit. You need to train the brain to adopt the new habit, which means repeating it day after day.   If you follow a busy schedule, it can be difficult ...
  7. Slow and Steady Wins the Race   You’ve likely heard the age-old saying “slow and steady wins the race”. In terms of meeting your goals and establishing a healthy routine, this mindset can prove extremely effective.   So, how does working towards your goals and incorporating habits into your routine slowly ...
  8. Using an Accountability Partner to Keep You on Track If you constantly struggle to stick to the goals you set yourself, you might find it useful to find an accountability partner. When you have someone to talk to and share your progress with, it can really help you to stick to your goals.   Here, we’ll look at why using an accountability ...
  9. Ways to Stay Motivated In order to reach your goals and maintain a daily routine, you need to maintain a good level of motivation. While initially, motivation is usually easy to find, after a while it’s common to start to lose it.   Once your motivation levels drop, you’ll struggle to stay on track. The ...
  10. Why Routines Are Important Do you have a set daily routine you follow? If not, you might want to create one today.   Initially, when we transition from child to adult, the lack of a routine is appealing. We no longer have to follow certain rules and routines often go out of the window. However, did you know there ...
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