You have to wake up early. Enjoy the little things such as the morning sunrise and slow pace of the early morning. Start your day off right by utilizing this time to meditate, pray, reflect, write, exercise, etc.
Prioritize and write down the most important things you have to do during the day. The key is to do either the most important and least liked tasks done first, so you don’t have to worry about them later.
Read books to educate yourself on topic you love or want to learn more about. For example, if you enjoy self-growth books,Brendon Burchard’s Life’s Golden Ticketis an inspirational book to read. If you’re not into books try watching TEDTalk videos on your computer or through the TED app.
Eat healthy but also eat slower so you can enjoy the food you are eating. For the best results sit down and eat your food without watching tv or playing on your phone. You’ll spend more time focusing on the food, rather than just scarfing down what is on your plate.
Get out and go for a walk! The best part about this is you can go for a walk anywhere. Whether the walk is on the beach or around the block, go outside for some cardio and fresh air.
Work towards starting a project or hobby you have been putting off. Even if it is small, take the first step to pursuing your goals in life. They play an important role in your happiness because this offers a source of recognition to your passions in life.
The people in your life are incredibly important, so spend time with them. Whether it’s family or friends, spent time having meaningful conversations.
Throughout the day, do one thing at a time. Do what is important to you and try not to worry about other things you have to do throughout the day. Multi-tasking can be good to get things done quicker, but the task will not be done as well, which result in being less meaningful.
Volunteer and help people. Be apart of something bigger than yourself because when you are mindful in the good work you have done for other people, you will continue to develop meaning in your individual life.