We’re back! And more vibrant than ever. Want to know how we seem so put together? Glad you asked! We believe in spreading the golden nugget so you too can feel the effects. Here’s the holy grail of SCIENTIFICALLY BACKED habits to enhance your wellbeing, part 2.
(Click here for our first installment of secrets to personal wellbeing)
(MORE) Healthy Habits to Enhance Wellbeing
1. Take a hike!
Most of us probably know that taking a daily stroll assists your cardiovascular system, but we bet you weren’t aware of these benefits:
Admit it, we’ve all been guilty of this: You wake up and the first thing you do, even before stepping out of bed, is pull out your phone and mindlessly scroll through social media. The addiction, whether you’re aware of it or not, is real. Sign out, ditch the device, and your likely to see the following results:
Yes, we’re aware there are repercussions to our overuse of electronics, but many of us find it impossible to summon enough willpower to ignore these tempting notifications. When endless notifications roll in from apps and texts alike, it’s inevitable that our productivity will plummet. If you find the beckoning call (quite literally) from your phone irresistible, go into your settings and block access to them during work hours. Or, download these apps to quench the urge.
3. Compress that mess
Are you routinely asking yourself “Where’s my favorite bracelet?” as you frantically scan the house, running late for work… again? Marie Kondo jumpstarted the decluttering trend, but did you know there’s empirical evidence justifying the need to do so? Stop collecting dust and pick up these perks:
Are you experiencing guilt for throwing it all out? Here’s a solution! Donate items to deserving organizations, such as Goodwill, nonprofits, and shelters. Don’t feel the weight of all your accumulated stuff. It may be difficult to be Disney Princess Elsa, but it’s time to “Let it Go.” We promise the benefits supersede any perceived negatives.
There you have it! We aren’t tell you to kick any habits; rather, pick up worthwhile, fruitful ones. Here’s to living our best lives!
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