There are people who prefer to remain small and are afraid even to dream about something inaccessible. There are also those who constantly strive forward and are never happy with what they have. The former are unlikely to think how to improve their lives and certainly will not move from dreams to decisive actions, but the latter must remember that better a fowl in hand than two flying.
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It is very important to find harmony between your dreams, aspirations and reality. It is possible and necessary to improve one's life, in fact, the meaning lies in this, but the main thing is not to break away from reality and not to allow the loss of what is really expensive. That is why we have prepared a list of 60 small changes that you can make in order to improve your life in 100 days. Start acting right now!
#1. Create a “100 Days to Conquer Clutter Calendar” by penciling in one group of items you plan to declutter every day, for the next 100 days. For example:
Day 1: Declutter Magazines
Day 2: Declutter DVD’s
Day 3: Declutter books
#2. During the next 100 days follow these 4 rules to keep your house in order:
If you take it out, put it back.
If you open it, close it.
If you throw it down, pick it up.
If you take it off, hang it up.
#3. Walk around your home and identify 100 things you have been tolerating. Fix one each day. For example: a burnt light bulb that needs to be changed; a button that’s missing on your favorite shirt.
#4. Follow the advice proffered by positive psychologists and write down 5 to 10 things that you’re grateful for, every day.
#5. Make a list of 20 small things that you enjoy doing, and make sure that you do at least one of these things every day for the next 100 days.
#6. Keep a log of your mental chatter, both positive and negative, for ten days Also, make a note of the emotions that accompany these thoughts. Then, for the next 90 days, begin changing your emotions for the better by modifying your mental chatter.
#7. During the next 100 days, have a good laugh at least once a day. Watch your favorite comedies and cartoons that make you happy and laughing.
#8. Choose a book that requires effort and concentration and read a little of it every day, so that you read it from cover to cover in 100 days.
#9. Make it a point to learn at least one new thing each day. For example: the capital of a far-off country the name of a flower that grows in your garden.
#10. For the next 100 days, whenever you catch yourself complaining about anything, stop yourself.
#11. Set your alarm a minute earlier every day for the next 100 days. Then get out of bed as soon as your alarm rings, open the windows to let in some sunlight, and do some light stretching. In 100 days, you’ll be waking up an hour and forty minutes earlier than you’re waking up now.
#12. During the next 100 days, keep Morning Pages, which is a tool suggested by Julia Cameron. Morning Pages are simply three pages of longhand, stream of consciousness writing, done first thing in the morning.
#13. During the next 100 days make it a point to feed your mind with the thoughts, words, and images that are most consistent with who you want to be, what you want to have, and what you want to achieve.
#14. Create a spending plan. Track every cent that you spend for the next 100 days to make sure that you are sticking to your spending plan.
#15. Scour the internet for frugality tips, choose ten of the tips that you find, and apply them for the next 100 days.
#16. During the next 100 days, pay for everything with paper money and keep any change that you receive. Then, put all of your change in a jar and see how much money you can accumulate in 100 days.
#17. Don’t buy anything that you don’t absolutely need for 100 days.
#18. Set an hour aside every day for the next 100 days to devote to creating one source of passive income.
#19. During the next 100 days, take a notebook with you everywhere in order to keep your mind decluttered. Record everything, so that it’s safely stored in one place not in your head.
#20. Use the information that you gather in order to create a time budget: the percentage of your time that you want to devote to each activity that you engage in on a regular basis. This can include things, such as transportation, housework, leisure.
#21. Identify one low-priority activity which you can stop doing for the next 100 days, and devote that time to a high priority task instead.
#22. Identify five ways in which you regularly waste time, and limit the time that you’re going to spend on these activities each day, for the next 100 days
#23. During the next 100 days, stop multitasking. Do one thing at a time without distractions.
#24. During the next 100 days, plan your day the night before.
#25.During the next 100 days, do the most important thing on your To-Do list before doing anything else.
#26. During the next 14 weeks, conduct a review of each week. What went wrong? What went right?
#27. During the next 100 days, spend a few minutes at the end of each day organizing your desk, filing papers, and making sure that your work area is clean and in a perfect order.
#28. Make a list of all of the commitments and social obligations that you have in the next 100 days. And then, just cross out anything that does not truly bring you joy or help move you along the path to achieving your main life goals.
#29. During the next 100 days, every time that you switch to a new activity throughout the day stop and ask yourself, “Is this the best use of my time at this moment?”
#30. If you reduce your caloric intake by 175 calories a day for the next 100 days, you will lose 5 pounds in the next 100 days.
#31. During the next 100 days, eat five servings of vegetables every day.
#32. During the next 100 days, eat three servings of fruit of every day.
#33. Choose one food that constantly sabotages your efforts to eat healthier. For example, replace your favorite deep-dish pizza with cold turkey for the next 100 days.
#34. During the next 100 days, eat from a smaller plate in order to control portion size.
#35. During the next 100 days, buy 100% natural juices instead of the kind with added sugar and preservatives.
#36. During the next 100 days, replace carbonated drinks with water.
#37. Create a list of 10 healthy, easy to fix breakfast meals.
#38. Create a list of 20 healthy, easy to fix meals, which can be eaten for lunch or dinner.
#39. Create a list of 10 healthy, easy to fix snacks.
#40. Use your lists of healthy breakfast meals, lunches, dinners, and snacks in order to plan out your meals for the week ahead of time. Do this for the next 14 weeks.
#41. During the next 100 days, keep a food log. This will help you to identify where you’re deviating from your planned menu, and where you’re consuming extra calories.
#42. During the next 100 days, get at least twenty minutes of daily exercise.
#43. Wear a pedometer and walk 10,000 steps, every day, for the next 100 days.
#44. Set up a weight chart and post it up in your bathroom. Every week for the next 14 weeks, keep track of the following: your weight, your percentage of body fat, your waist circumference.
#45. During the next 100 days, set your watch to beep once an hour, or set up a computer reminder, to make sure that you drink water on a regular basis throughout the day.
#46. During the next 100 days, make it a daily ritual to mediate, breath, or visualize every day in order to calm your mind.
#47. During the next 100 days, actively look for something positive in your partner every day, and write it down.
#48. Create a scrapbook of all the things you and your partner do together during the next 100 days. At the end of the 100 days, give your partner the list you created of positive things you observed about them each day, as well as the scrapbook you created.
#49. Identify 3 actions that you’re going to take each day, for the next 100 days, in order to strengthen your relationship.
#50. Connect with someone new every day for the next 100 days, whether it’s by greeting a neighbor you’ve never spoken to before, following someone new on Twitter, leaving a comment on a blog you’ve never commented on before, and so on.
#51. During the next 100 days, make it a point to associate with people you admire, respect and want to be like.
#52. During the next 100 days, when someone does or says something that upsets you, take a minute to think over your response instead of answering right away.
#53.During the next 100 days, don’t even think of passing judgment until you’ve heard both sides of the story.
#54. During the next 100 days do one kind deed for someone every day, however small, even if it’s just sending a silent blessing their way.
#55. During the next 100 days, make it a point to give praise and approval to those who deserve it.
#56. During the next 100 days, practice active listening. When someone is talking to you, remain focused on what they’re saying, instead of rehearsing in your head what you’re going to say next.
#57. Practice empathy for the next 100 days. If you disagree with someone, try to see the world from their perspective; put yourself in their shoes. Be curious about the other person, about their beliefs and their life experience, and about the thinking process that they followed to reach their conclusions.
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#58. During the next 100 days, stay in your own life and don’t compare yourself to anyone else.
#59. During the next 100 days, place the best possible interpretation on the actions of others.
#60. During the next 100 days, keep reminding yourself that everyone is doing the best that they can. For example, say “I love you” and “Have a good day” to your loved one every morning, go for a twenty minute walk together every day after dinner and hold hands.
The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!
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