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Do You Need To Improve Your Life?

Submitted by on September 30, 2011 – 11:59 pmNo Comment

Author: Kay Patterson

Are you fed up with doing the same thing every day, feeling depressed, lethargic, usually miserable, knowing you will be doing the same thing, and feeling just as depressed tomorrow? Do you need to find ways of improving your life?

If you are seemingly “stuck in a rut” and obviously not enjoying your life anymore, surely it’s time to do something about it… You may not even have noticed the gradual decline of your life’s “quality”, just sort of drifted into a daily routine where most of your actions are performed on “autopilot” and almost part of your subconsciousness.

I know, it may not seem easy at times, maybe you’re working 9 or 10 (or more!) hours a day, you’ve got the kids to look after, shopping to do, etc etc… But, remember your life won’t get any better until you can make some time to improve it. Also, you’re misery will affect your relationships with your partner, your family, and even your work.

If you feel you are in, or approaching, this situation (and millions of people are), NOW is the time to start improving your life! So how do you do it?

Here are some tips that will gradually help you regain your interest and improve your life…

First of all, think about your daily routine and identify at least one thing you could do
differently. It can be something as trivial as taking the stairs at work instead of the lift (the exercise will make you feel good anyway), driving a different route, or shopping at a different store. It doesn’t matter what it is, the idea is just to do something different, notice different things, or experience different feelings.

Secondly, consider taking up a new hobby or sport… Find something you might be interested in, or that you used to do, but never seem to get around to anymore. It must be something interesting to you. If you work long hours because you need the money, try and find something interesting that you can earn some extra cash from (you can always learn, try the internet). If you choose a sport, the competition and the exercise will make you feel better.

Also, why not change your diet? I don’t mean anything radical, but if you’re one of those that has similar meals on certain days of the week… Change it around, instead of you’re usual pizza on a friday, try Chinese, or whatever… Perhaps you eat regularly at certain times of day, change it! It doesn’t sound a lot, but it’s different to your normal routine… Instead of grabbing your lunch at diner or cafe, why not grab a sandwich and take a walk in the park?

Treat yourself once in a while… Go for a night out with friends, or go and see a movie, even go shopping for that special “something” that will make your life seem better… It will be worth it!

Bear in mind that these tips only represent “a start” to improving your life. As you change things little by little, your life will become more and more interesting, and you will begin to look forward to the next day, and doing new things. Those around you will also regard you differently, and want to be around you more, and trust me, you will be happier with your new, improved life.

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