Tag Archives: routine

How to Fight a Routine and Keep Your Life Exciting No Matter What

There is only one way to fight the routine and keep your life exciting no matter what, and you are not going to like it. Firstly, stop trying to fight a routine because success, happiness, and fulfillment are born from … r

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5 Steps to Change a Habit for a Healthier, Happier Lifestyle

We all know what it’s like to be a creature of habit. Even if it’s subconsciously so, we surely take comfort out of the little rituals we habitually do; Netflix before bedtime; double espresso on our way to work; a jog … r

How To Break The Wheel Of Monotony

It’s not hard to get bogged down with the same routine, and confine oneself to a recurring pattern in a never ending rut. Eventually, it just burns us out and we are left with a sense of stagnation and boredom. Boredom is supposed to be an emotional weight or a feeling of doom that’s supposed to hang off us when we have nothing to do, and are dispassionate about life. r

Create a Fantastic Lifestyle by Busting the Routine

When should you put a wrench in your routine – the routine that ultimately creates your lifestyle? The answer is simple – all the time and more than once. Every person’s routine is a bit different, but the importance of stepping outside our cycle of common activities is important to personal growth and intellectual development. r

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How To Get Out Of The House In The Morning: 8 Tips

These little comforts and organization make a huge difference to your day starting smoothly. If your morning goes well, you will be more productive and perhaps have some time for play later on in your day. r

Breaking the Mould

8 Reasons We Don’t Do Things We Should and How To Break the Mould

Our lives are full of things we “should” do but for a range of reasons we don’t do them. Whatever it is – exercise, healthy eating, saving money – most of the time we choose to take the easier road, the road well travelled.

While I’m certainly not immune to this, there are plenty of things I don’t do that I know I should, I feel that understand the why is the first step to making real progress. r