5 Easy Changes You Can Make For A Better Year

I believe in the art of living well, and on easy habit changes that are attainable and not overwhelming. From small tweaks in your morning routine to mindful habits that linger throughout the day, I am following 5 uncomplicated adjustments that are designed to enhance my overall well-being.  I love practical and effective ways that elevate my daily existence. Because sometimes, the most significant improvements come from the smallest, most intentional changes. Let’s dive in and make this year a canvas for a more fulfilling and enriched everyday life.

Optimize Your Well-being with a Daily Vitamin Routine

Incorporate a daily vitamin regimen into your routine. Whether it’s a multivitamin or a specific supplement recommended by a healthcare professional, ensuring you meet your nutritional needs can contribute to improved energy levels and overall health. Remember to consult with a healthcare provider for personalized advice on the right vitamins for you.

Start Having Mindful Eating Practices

Pay attention to your eating habits by practicing mindful eating. Slow down during meals, chew more instead of swallowing your food quickly, and be present without distractions. This simple change can lead to better digestion, increased satisfaction from meals, and a healthier relationship with food. I also stop using my phone while eating at the dinner table so I can be present in the moment. This is such a simple habit change that will have a great impact on your wellness.

Add Digital Detox Breaks Throughout your Day

I take what I call “Analog Breaks”. These breaks involve stepping away from my screens and engaging in analog activities like sketching, journaling, or solving puzzles. It’s a unique way to recharge my mind and enhance my creativity. I also love taking Margot for a quick walk to get some fresh air.

Stop Negative Thinking

Last year I found myself being more negative than positive. Even though it doesn’t seem like a big deal, in the long run, it contributes to a more negative mindset than a positive one. Stopping daily negative thinking is vital for mental well-being, reducing stress and anxiety. By practicing mindfulness, gratitude, and self-compassion, you can break the cycle of pessimism and negative self-talk. This intentional shift from negativity promotes mental resilience and an enhanced quality of life. Some may argue that there is no such thing as easy habit changes, but cultivating a positive mindset is a gradual process and the key is to be self-aware and always stop yourself from saying something negative. Consider keeping a gratitude journal where you write down three things you’re grateful for each day.

Incorporate the Dreamcatcher Wind Down Before Bedtime

Before bedtime, indulge in a “Dreamcatcher Wind Down” routine. Instead of scrolling through your phone, spend 15 minutes engaging in activities that promote relaxation—listening to a calming podcast, meditating, reading your favourite book, or enjoying a warm cup of herbal tea. This unique wind-down ritual can enhance your sleep quality. Ensure you get enough quality sleep each night. Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep, and establish a consistent sleep schedule by going to bed and waking up at the same time each day. Quality sleep is essential for physical and mental well-being.

Feel free to tailor these ideas to suit your preferences and lifestyle, making them uniquely yours. The goal is to infuse your routine with personalized and enjoyable elements that contribute to a better and more fulfilling year.

 

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  1. Lindsey Seigo
    2015/01 /

    I love your resolutions Eleni! May use some of them myself 🙂 The book a month resolution would be the biggest challenge for me for sure! Best wishes for 2015! – Lindsey http://www.ifancyfashion.com

  2. alex
    2015/02 /

    If I manage to read a book per month, it should definitely go in the Guinness World records!It usually takes me a year! hahaha!!!!

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