10 ways to more positivity in your life…

Your viewpoint, perspective, on life can affect your physical and mental health as well as your emotions. It can also either raise or lower your blood pressure, cholesterol, and stress levels. If you feel negative about everything, then things usually become more difficult. You can get sick easily, find it difficult to face adversities and hardships in life. Because regardless if you are in the loop with how attraction works, the law of attraction works. Simply put, you will attract what you are. 

Thinking in a negative light makes it harder for you to enjoy the little things in life. Whether it’s by focusing only on the negative, or by blaming everything that goes wrong on yourself or others will only make things seem even worse than they actually are. 

Anyone can infuse positivity into their lives. The power of positive thinking may seem a bit cliché, but it really does wonders for your self-esteem, overall mood and reduces the risk of chronic diseases. And… it only takes 21 days of intentional action in order to establish a habit and here is a “healthy habit” for you to engage in ❣️.

10 ways to help you approach life with a more positive viewpoint.

Limit your “always” and your “nevers.”  ~ Amy Poehler​​

1. Turn failures into lessons

Things are not going to yield the result you desired all of the time, but instead of focusing on the less than desirable result, break down what didn’t go according to the plan so you can learn from it, so you can use it to your advantage.

2. Find positive friends

Surrounding yourself with people who are grounded and upbeat helps you maintain a positive outlook. Positivity, as is negativity, is contagious. So, choose your friends wisely.

3. Be thankful

Each night before going to bed, write down 3 things you’re grateful for. It may be as small as a great cup of coffee or something bigger as getting your work done on time at work. Make it a habit and you’ll soon realize it’s become part of your daily routine.

4. Seek humor

Watching stand-up comedy routines or funny movies opens you up to laughter which signals the brain to release ‘feel good’ hormones. This reduces stress levels and allows you to see the silver lining, even in the most difficult of situations. And so does moving your body… like going to the gym 😉 Lady Boss Weight Loss FREE

5. Assess what you’d like to change

This could be hard to do at first and may require several attempts, but it gets results and you’ll feel empowered. Maybe your job is ill-fitting and fills your life with negativity. You may want to do something else, but fear is holding you back. Maybe it’s your car, your apartment, the color of your walls – many things can be affecting the level of negativity in your life and once you put your finger on it, you can consciously change it for the better.

NO ONE CAN DO THIS BUT YOU!! You are the creator of your life!

6. Start your day with positive affirmations

Begin your day on a high note by recognizing the good things that can happen throughout your day. Pessimists tend to start their day worrying and thinking about all that can go wrong. This makes you see everything in a negative light and causes a series of unfortunate events like a domino effect.

Pro Tip: Start the day by filling in the blank:

” I intend to experience today ________ (insert your positive affirmation/ mantra).

7. Stop the flow of negative thoughts

You might need lots of practice at first but be patient and make the effort. Observe your thought patterns. Each time you feel negative self-talk creeping up by being overly critical or judgmental, or when you are focusing only on your failures, write down a positive affirmation to counter each negative thought and once you are aware of when a negative thought attempts to creep in you can stop it in its track. And when I say stop it you can simply choose NOT to complete the thought.

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8. Find something you love to do

Hobbies are something we don’t hear of too much these days since we’re all so busy. But taking the time to engage in something you’re good at, and actually enjoy, fills you with a sense of joy and fulfillment.

9. Live a healthy lifestyle

Eat right, exercise regularly and you’ll see a definite boost in your mood. Plus, you’ll feel more confident and this helps you see things in a brighter, more positive light. Stagnant energy begins to settle into the pockets of our soft and squishy parts and no one wants knots forming on the body.

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10. Perfect practice makes perfect

Reinforcing positive living requires practice. The more you do it, the better you’ll be at it. Then, one day when you’re in the midst of a crisis, you’ll find that the first thing that comes to your mind is not what can go wrong, but how can I use my strengths to overcome this adversity.

No one said life was easy and sometimes we get overwhelmed with what life throws our way. But it’s up to us to decide how we’ll come out the other end. You can decide whether you’ll have a positive perspective and make sweet, delicious lemonade, or you’ll be negative and be left with a batch of sour lemons.

Use the sour lemons for something else because lemonade is pretty cool!

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I trust this has been of value.

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4 Ways to Stop Procrastination

Procrastination may not be just about turning in your school report or work project in at the last minute. It may also be putting off important life decisions like whether or not you should ask your boss for that raise he promised last month, or whether you should join a gym, leave your boyfriend/ girlfriend, have a baby, start that next lesson for self development, open an email from Jahdiree, call your parents, meditate, pray – it’s endless.

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And if you choose not to stop putting things off, you’ll deal with procrastination your whole life which may have a negative effect on your relationships, career, and personal health.

The thought process behind procrastination is that we believe there’s always tomorrow, so why not just steer clear of the stress and anxiety and put it off until later.

So, this is the first thing you need to tackle.

Choose to STOP Stressin’

It won’t be easy but try to figure out what the stress factor is behind your procrastination. It could be fear of failure, fear of confrontation, fear of not being perfect, fear of spending more time on the project than you actually desire, fear of committing and having to follow through with action, and even a fear of the responsibility that comes with completing the task.

You are your own worst critic.

You judge your flaws and imperfections way too harshly. Yet studies show that when you forgive yourself for putting things off, or not getting things done as perfectly as you would’ve liked, can actually help fend off procrastination.

Sometimes we tend to bite off more than we can choose, then we go off the deep end because the end result wasn’t anywhere what we had envisioned.

Sounds a bit familiar?

Follow these tips to help you avoid procrastination once and for all.

1. Turn burdensome tasks into habits.

We all have enough willpower to get about 3 or 4 tasks done each day. Habits use other parts of our brain rather than the prefrontal cortex which is associated with rational thinking. So, when you train yourself to do something out of habit, rather than look at it as a mundane task, you think about it less which means you’re using less willpower and you won’t fall into the procrastination rut.

Things like brushing your teeth or making your bed have all become daily habits which you automatically perform without even considering putting them off. Why not turn healthy eating, daily exercise, or engaging with self development into daily habits as well?

After that it becomes easier, but you still have to keep yourself motivated and inspired.

get SOFT!

Procrastination is all about taking that dreaded first step. So why not ease into it with the knowledge that after a certain amount of time, or once I’ve finished “X”, I can watch videos on YouTube or go grab a drink with friends.

Make it pleasant for yourself because the reward is the part that the brain assimilates to gauge your enjoyment level. If you’re happy, then your brain slowly turns this task into a habit which you look forward to, instead of something you dread on a daily basis.

2. Break work tasks into chunks.

Instead of cleaning out the entire garage, do the right side first, take a break, then do the left side, take a break, then finish off the rest. At work, big tasks may seem daunting when you look at them as a whole. The answer? Break it down into smaller tasks. Make an outline of the entire project, and then divide it up into smaller tasks.

Working in 30-minute increments also helps break down tasks into smaller chunks which are manageable and not so intimidating. After the 30 minutes, take a break and assess your work. Seeing how much you’ve accomplished will give you that boost of confidence you need to keep at it.

3. Remove distractions.

Checking your phone every 5 minutes isn’t doing you any good. So, once you’ve committed to doing the job, limit distractions by putting it away. You can find apps that help you stay on track, but some will say that’s completely missing the point.

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The important thing is that you set up a certain time for checking your emails or your social media, and once you’ve started your task, you avoid the urge to take a sneak peak.

Another serious distraction is multi-tasking.

Even though it may seem that you’re being productive, the truth is it’s a complete waste of time and energy. Think about it, it takes your brain about 20 minutes to completely focus on one task and give it 100%, and then you bring in another task which means you decrease your focus level by half, bring in a third task and the focus drops even lower. So even though you’re working more, your end results will be below average because in multi-tasking you are dividing 100% of your attention to as many things as you are choosing to engage.

4. Work during your peak hours.

We all have certain times during the day when we’re most alert. Some of us are morning people (I am not one of those people), some are night owls, and some have more energy during the afternoon hours. Find out what your peak hours are and tackle your most difficult tasks then.

You’ll be more of a powerhouse then with your brain working at its maximum capacity.

Procrastination is different than being lazy because when you procrastinate, you delay doing something for a more pleasurable task. So why not turn that mundane task you’re dreading into something more fun and enjoyable, and kill off the urge to procrastinate?

How does all of this sound to you?

How does the idea of incorporating these steps feel inside?

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