Simple Changes for a Better Life

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The tinier things make up for the biggest results

Most of us think that the difference between a good and a bad life has to do with a lot of big decisions, and It might be right in some cases, though most of the times this contrast has to do more with the little choices we make day to day. From little changes in your enviroment to carrying or not carrying things with yourself, It just takes a little tweak in our routines to make our lives more productive and in turn, much better. That's why In this article I will present you with a series of small changes you can make to improve the quality of your work, relationships and well being. Let's begin:


Carry Your Water Bottle Everywhere

People might underestimate the importance of always having a source of water available for your consumption, as we tend to forget about our hydration needs when we don't have a reminder near to us, and in result feeling thirst that is easily mistaken by hunger, which leads to us to eating snacks indiscriminately. That's why you should bring your water bottle everywhere you go, whether your own room or your work, in order to meet your daily minimum intake and at the same time relief other symptoms that might be associated to dehydration like feeling tired and bad breath .

Put your alarm at the other side of the bedroom

It is understandable that when the clock rings at a time you don't feel accustomed to you will want to sleep a couple hours more, though If you trust solely in your own will when you put your phone at the side of your bed, It will be much more probable that when It sounds you'll just press the stop button and keep sleeping. One easy solution to this is to just put your alarm at the other side of the room, which will force you to not only wake up, though to get out of the bed and turn It off, thus giving the pathway to continue your day.

Dispose of your phone when talking with your loved ones

It has become a norm that when we're faced with awkward silences or we feel anxious in a social situation to turn to our phones for consolation, thing that is proving more and more nocive for the development of normal social interactions, as It will interrupt the flow of conversation and at the same time will make the other person, which might be interested in the topic being discussed, feel undervalued. It's far more considerate to tell to the other person that you don't want to talk than to evade them through a screen. One fix to this is that whenever you plan to talk to someone, put It in silent mode on a nearby table or just avoid taking your phone off your pocket, which will leave you with no more options than to talk with him/her and be more engaged in what's being discussed.


I hope that the items presented in this small list could be of use to you, and that in applying them you can make subtle changes to your life that can add up to big results, making you a much more productive and satisfied individual. Thank you for your support and good luck!

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