By ChestnutSlippers
275 days ago

Small Changes Make a Huge Difference

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Everyone attempts, at some point in life, to improve themselves in one way or another. It could be in the form of dieting, exercising, educating themselves, or even learning a new skill.

However, a huge error that most people make, is trying to do too much at once. This usually ends up with one result - the person feels overwhelmed and gives up, knowing that this is not a lifestyle they can maintain.


Taking smaller steps, even tiny steps, is a far easier way to adapt and the chance of you progressing is far higher. Be sure to remember that it is called a "Lifestyle" for a reason - it has to be something you are happy keeping up for life. Here are a few ideas for self-improvement, that take very little time and energy. If you adapt these to your life, they will become routine, and it will feel strange for you NOT to do them. After a time, when you are comfortable, you can improve the amount of time and energy you put in.


For Diets - Try cutting down on just sugar, or having 2/3's of your regular portion. Remove one snack from your weekly allowance. Or limit the amount of milk you have in drinks and cereal.

Exercise - Attempt a 15 minute walk three times a week. Or a five minute session a day. Get some weights and do a few lifts each day - say, 5 on each arm. You will naturally find yourself adding on minutes!

Learning - Learn a new fact on your chosen subject every 2 days, and read small articles when you can. Watch one educational video a day, or read one page of a book.

Skills - Practice for just 10-15 minutes per day. This works for anything - drawing, painting, singing, musical instruments. Again, you should begin to find this fun, and your time doing so will naturally increase!


Just a few tips to help you continue with whatever it is you are aiming to do :) Take it slow and steady, and don't give up!

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