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Steps to success

  • Published at 06:35 pm May 15th, 2017
Steps to success
Do you often feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day to finish all the work you have to do? Do you get FOMO everytime you open up a social media app? You’re not the only one. The good news is, making a few tweaks to your lifestyle can help you get more done so that you can start feeling more on top of things. Here are five changes to make today: ingenious funny dog wearing glasses and reading book on a sofa, exams and research concept

Crack open a book

Sorry, but your high school lit teacher had a point: reading might feel like a chore for someone without the habit, but the benefits last for a lifetime. Reading extensively expands your horizons, challenges you, and leaves you with a bunch of quotable quotes to spice up your status updates with, and gives you plenty of talking points the next time you’re at a dinner party and need to impress people. It’s also way more soothing than scrolling through Facebook stalking that toxic ex. Flat lay of cellphone red dumbbells and sport equipment on wood background. Sport wear Sport fashion Sport accessories Sport equipment top view background. Sport wear Sport fashion Sport accessories Sport equipment top view

Work it out

This comes up on every list for a very good reason: exercise is good for you! Find a regimen that you can stick with, and well, get moving. From weight issues to heart health to sleep quality, you’ll keep reaping the benefits of getting off your tush and sweating it out. [caption id="attachment_63524" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Serious piggy for retirement planning concept Serious piggy for retirement planning concept[/caption]

Take charge of your finances

Don’t get the middle of the month mothballs in your wallet. Get a bank statement, make a budget, and find ways to adjust your spending so you can have your cake and buy it too. There’s nothing more stressful than money stress. Young hipster girl enjoying sun and good warm day during her recreation time woman relaxing outdoors after walking in the fresh air

Solo time

As important as networking and deadlines and all of that good stuff is, it’s important to take regular timeouts to spend on yourself. This isn’t the same as spending time on self-pampering. This timeout should involve shutting down the external noise to reflect on your life, your decisions, and your goals, so that you don’t lose perspective. Print

Put that phone aside

No. Really. When you’re not glued to the screen 24/7, you can save your eyes, reduce a lot of that FOMO stress, and actually get work done as opposed to a bajillion Whatsapp messages about what needs to be done. Go on. Try it. You’ll thank us later.
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