Tips of What You Can Do to Help You Feel Positive During Life’s Struggles

How is your life going? Have you achieved everything you wanted? Do you feel like you’ve been doing everything right? If so, that is absolutely marvellous! However don’t fret if you’re not there yet. Life is full of ups and downs and we believe that we are elevated to levels of success, glory and purpose through our life experience of uncertainty, disappointments, rejections and pain. Things don’t always go as planned. Hurt, worries, jealousy, annoyance — all of these things can occur. But when you face a struggle in life, instead of feeling you’re unfortunate or life is not fair, see it as an opportunity to learn and to grow your mental strength. We all struggle and have difficult times at a certain point in life. Going through setbacks will only make you tougher and more mature.

What struggling is, is really a blessing in disguise because without a struggle, you wouldn’t get to grow your mental strength. In time, things will fall into place and in the meantime think positive! You can start by reading the tips below on how to get your life together.

Create a routine

A routine will give a purpose to your day. Endless articles and studies tell us that successful people have a daily routine that helps them avoid falling in the vortex of laziness. So, develop a morning and an evening routine that works for you and then stick to it! It takes 21 days for your brain to adopt a certain habit as a routine. Whether your goal is to work harder, learn new things, or lose weight, be sure that you adopt the routine that works.

Declutter

By removing all the stuff that you don’t need you will feel a relief. Decluttering the home might sound too tricky, but you don’t have to do it all at once. Start with minor tasks such as cleaning the junk drawer. Clean living space will keep your motivation up.

Ask for help

If you think that you can’t solve your problem by yourself, you should ask for help from a professional. If your business is struggling, you should hire a financial consultant. If you personally have gone through tough times, schedule your appointment with a psychologist. If your mood depends on the use of substances, you should get information from ARC.

Prioritize

There might be tons of activities that fill up your weekly schedule. You should recheck them and identify the ones that don’t bring value to your life. Make space for useful activities that will bring you progress and new skills. But also, don’t forget that you should take some time out for relaxing and to unwind. Remember that it is always okay if you say “no” to people.

Plan your meals

Eating healthily is very important for the body and mind. And most of us fail at it simply because we don’t have the time to cook. However, you shouldn’t let this get you distracted. Smart people are planning their meals ahead. It is all about creating your weekly menu and writing your shopping list accordingly. Some prefer to do meal prepping so that they won’t have to cook every day. It is up to you to find the way that works. 

Avoid multitasking for better productivity

Many people think of multitasking as a way to get more productive and get things done. However, this is no longer considered to be the right approach. Focusing on a few tasks at the same time will reduce your productivity by a stunning 40%. Don’t struggle to do everything at once. Instead, you should keep the focus on only one task. Multitasking will make it difficult as your brain needs to refocus. 

Make a to-do list

Completing your everyday tasks isn’t always easy. If you want to complete every single thing you should prepare a to-do list for the day. Add a few minutes of planning time in your evening routine so that you can note down all of the things that need to be completed. By writing them down, you relieve your brain from the stress that you will miss something very important. 

Do improvements

Take time to rethink the things that don’t make you happy. For some, it might be a toxic relationship, for others, it might be a job that doesn’t pay well. Identify the aspects that you want to improve and work on this. Keep in mind that you should always cut toxic people and habits out of life. Instead, find the ones that make you feel good.

Anabel Cooper

Anabel is a graduate of King’s College London and upon graduating, she set out on a journey to inspire and empower women through her words. Besides working as a digital marketing expert, Anabel is a freelance copywriter.

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