Self-Improvement Month

8th September, 2020

TAKE SOME for yourself this September and celebrational National Self-Improvement month.

Check out our top tips to help you get on the path to becoming a better you…

Enjoy the moment
Stop planning and overthinking, instead take time to see how important it is to enjoy the current moment – live for the moment rather than stressing out about the future.

Start a 30-day challenge
Start a goal and work on it every day for the next 30 days. There are plenty guides online for everything from fitness, healthy eating, reading, writing, and more. 

Stop comparing yourself
There is never any good to come from comparing yourself to someone else. You are on different journey so only compare yourself with your past self to see how much you have grown.

Allow creativity time
If you already have a creative hobby, ensure you’re making time for it in your busy schedule and if you don’t have one, then find one – you’ll really see the mental benefits from it.

First task
If your days are filled with endless to-do lists then ensure you complete your most-important task first thing. That way no matter what else happens, you still feel productive!

Ask for feedback
Nobody likes critical feedback but it’s also how we grow. Ask your other half, friends, boss, co-workers etc for feedback and you might learn a lot about yourself.

Emergency fund
You never know what is around the corner so you should always be prepared. Building an emergency fund allows you to start preparing for the unexpected.

Treat yourself
You work hard, and that deserves a little treat now and again. Way too many people feel guilty about treating themselves but hey if you think you deserve a little pamper then go for it.

Positive affirmations
The mindset in which you approach life will have a big impact on the results you see. So, whenever you start doubting yourself use positive affirmations to turn your mindset around.

Sleep
Your body NEEDS sleep and when you don’t get enough it can start to affect other parts of your life negatively. Aim for at least eight hours per night.

Let us know your top self-improvement tips in the comments below…

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