If you are looking to grow and become successful in life like Phulpakhru’s Vaidehi, you have to start practising self-care habits from early on. This means, taking a break from your hectic schedule and listening to your body. It also means sometimes being selfish and putting your mental health before others. On the note, let’s have a look at the other self-care habits that you have to follow to become successful.
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1. Being careful with your time
As we have learnt back in school, time is more precious than your branded shoes and bags. You are never going to get back a gone minute, so, you have to be careful in whom you invest your time. Spend time in people who help you grow. If there isn’t something which isn’t going to help you, learn to say no early on. And if you have committed to something, then, go finish it.
2. Having good food and exercising
Self-care in itself tells you the importance of keeping yourself healthy. In order to do that, you have to indulge in mind and body exercises that will make you feel good from within. Do it for yourself and the person whom you see yourself be. Go for a form of exercise which you actually like than giving into the social media pressure. Along with working comes, eating healthy. It is okay to have cheat days and give in to your cravings, but at the same time, you ought to learn to let go of the food that is deteriorating your health.
3. Maintain a positive mindset
No matter what happens in life, you have to learn to be positive. To do that, you can spend time with your loved ones, read your favourite books and watch the shows which you truly love. Incorporate that never-give-up attitude as it will take you farther in life.
4. Make time for your hobbies
Working meetings and answering to emails is going to keep happening. In between them, you have to learn to schedule ‘Me Time’ in which you especially do the things which you like the most. Investing time in something you love will help you recharge and look at your daily life with a fresher perspective.
5. Learn to disconnect
Sometimes, it is okay to let your phone vibrate and the notifications to go on piling up. Not touching your phone takes a lot of practice and self-control. But in this era, it has become mandatory to live in the moment than being invested in the virtual reality. Doing so will take off a lot of baggage from your head as you cut off from the toxicity.
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