1. Drink More Water
Water is vital for our brain and nervous system functions. If you’re dehydrated, you’re more likely to have a decrease in reasoning, attention, memory and language. So, drink up!
2. Express Gratitude
Whether it be an appreciation phone call, surprise flowers, or a simple prayer to emit positive energy towards our loved ones, gratitude helps us see the world differently, and allows us to open up.
3. Wake Up With The Sun
Feel the sun gently tugging at you to wake up, and get all you need to get done by 11am. Plus, studies have shown the early risers are more proactive, better job performance, and even allows you to become better at minimizing problems.
Sometimes we become our ego and forget to drop the heavy weight off of our shoulders. This self-blockage ceases us from letting go and moving on, and hinders our ability to create long-lasting, trusting relationships. Wipe the slate clean. Not only for others, but yourself as well.
A clean, organized space will also create a clean, organized head space as well. Less is truly more, once you pinpoint and recognize the necessary, you will not allow any of which doesn’t belong.
6. Know When To Speak Up, Know When To Stay Quiet
Listen to your gut and figure out whether speaking up will actually influence the other individual to change or become a better person, or it will only spark an unproductive, snappy retort.
The simple act of journaling has the ability to change your life by providing you with clarity and organisation, which in turn, aids you in manifesting your dreams and desires, while also allowing negative emotions to pass through without them feeling like a permanent obstacle.
8. Eliminate Negative Energies
Your space is sacred. You need to be fiercely territorial with yourself. Do not allow negative energies and individuals envelop your space. At the end of the day, your space, your well being, is all you have.