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3 tips to conquer a week: What are the best means of self-care?

To lead your life with a healthy attitude you need to get control over your life. Here, are 3 habits you must incorporate into your daily schedule to change your life for the good.

HABITS keeps you hooked with the routine and serves by releasing you free from taking too many decisions.

And, the ultimate benefit of not taking too many decisions is to keep your energies and efforts reserved for those decisions of the day, which require more brainpower among other decisions.

Building more good habits limits your bad habits which evidently work towards building a worth living life for yourself.

And, that’s why I’m so obsessed with these habits as they have helped me to stand tall with the right attitude every day, making me feel righteous even when people tag me self-centered or self-obsessed. It is all about loving your progress as a person.

These habits have helped me to transform my aimless, boring existence and literally turned me into the high-performing, and ambitious designer of my life so far.

Let’s get started with the top 3 HABITS you would require to lead your journey of life successfully through self-care.

3 tips to conquer the week

3 ways of self-care

I. BEING PRESENT

More often you feel empty when you invest your thought process on someone else than yourself. When you prioritize them in your mental space than yourself.

Whether it’s through daydreaming, imagining, or thinking, many times you unconsciously feed your distractions from the very present moment.

“When reading, only read. When eating, only eat. When thinking, only think”
– Seung Sahn

Now, what does it mean to be present? It may sound quite obvious. Although we overlook the most obvious things with any much meaningful cause. To be present simply means paying attention.

If you are  doing something which is certainly favoring your interest, you should be absolutely focusing in working out that thing for yourself. Instead, of thinking about any of the better situations where you could have been if not in this.

II. TAKE CREDIT FOR YOUR WORK

Always remember you are in charge of your life, don’t forget to stand up for yourself. It’s a life skill to learn how to hamper others from taking off your credit for your labor.

Begin with, taking out time to calm down and not to act on an impulse. It tends to break your alignment with what you need to rely upon. And, communication is not your forte at that moment.

Then, try to set things straight to the credit taker. Either let the credit taker know not to practice unethical means or approach them with the repercussions of their action, whatsoever you feel preferably reverting them with.

Never overlook the credit takers. It’s not worth it on our part simply because you deserve and must stand for like yourself.

III. ADDRESS YOUR EMOTIONS

There is usually a reason why you get into a funk or whatever episode you are dealing with, which makes you feel drained with motivation. And, a crucial part of it is to address those emotions.

It actually takes way more energy to run away and escape from those emotions than to face them head-on. It actually takes a few minutes to get those emotions out.

But, when we don’t deal with them and we push them away and try to run away that’s when we let ourselves feel them much more by holding upon them. And, end up feeling stuck and unmotivated.

The best way to deal with emotions is to feel through and express your emotions.

One myth people hold on to express their emotions is to find someone to express their emotions to. Why do you feel that you need someone to make you like feel being heard?

You don’t need someone to make you feel secure about your feelings. Moreover, you can only get rid of the insecurity of not being emotionally supported or backed by someone by building security within yourself.

– Think, of having self-talk rather than looking listening listen to your low emotions.
– Acknowledge, that no one knows you better than you know yourself and therefore only you can work in the best interest of dealing with your emotions

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Published by FARHEEN DHANJAL

I am besides being a self-help writer and podcaster am a lawyer as well. I sense an intense inclination towards the power of words; their placing, usage moreover the power of interpretation they possess in law as well as philosophy. My writings are an outcome of great mind processing, notion understanding, and articulation skills as I write: – Concrete and straightforward, – Therapy and self-help, and – Professional and guidance.

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