Are you really frustrated in life? Do you face so many emotional heartbreak from your love ones? Are you humiliated, in debt, hate your present work but can’t come out from it. Do you bite your finger, live in a filthy hovel you call an apartment and every day you are being bullied by your current boss, can’t find a decent job, and finally discovered that your life really sucks.
Do you fall in such category, if so, relax and read because I have gotten hold of your solution and I believe after reading through this post and making use of what you have learnt, you will really feel happy once again. Well, maybe it is not that too bad, but if you are really tired of the frustration and wish to stand strong and improve things in one area or another then I believe this post can be of help to you.
Here I am going to outline our top four (4) solutions to life’s most annoying and troubling problems.
1. Do you really feel Unhappy?
This is a personal problem that requires a personal answer. To become really happy doesn’t have to be something very difficult to achieve. You will be happy most days if you take care of yourself physically (e.g. regular physical activity, a healthy diet, enough sleep, etc.) and you do things that make you happy. The best you can do for yourself is to actually know what will make you happy, since humans are terrible at predicting the future and it can be hard to simplify most decisions. Here are a couple of ways to figure it out and put together a plan you can stick to.
First, here’s what I did. I’m a generally happy person, but I wasn’t for about a decade. I made a lot of decisions that I thought would make me happy, figured out most of them made me more unhappy, and then decided to come up with a new plan. I used to have a friend who treated me poorly, and the first step of that plan was putting an end to that friendship. I realized we had a lot of similar behaviors, and those behaviors were making me unhappy, so I adopted a policy of doing the opposite of everything I thought she would do. My life has been a straight upshot ever since. To simplify things further, I make nearly all my decisions based on the answers to two questions. First, I ask if saying yes to this choice will make me happy. Second, I ask if I think saying yes is the right thing to do. If both questions are yes, I do it. If not, I don’t. Sometimes I’m afraid of what I might be missing when I say no, but that fear diminishes every day because too many good things happen. Life can be tough, but if you commit to yourself and prioritize the things that matter you probably won’t even notice.
2. Do You Really Feel You are Unhealthy?
Are you overweight and need to lose weight, there’s really no getting around the need to diet or exercise. The key is simply finding a diet and exercise routine that you’ll actually stick to. Your instinct may be to try and move quickly so you can expedite the process and be nice and think really quickly. This is a bad idea. If you’re obese, you’ll lose weight pretty rapidly if you eat healthy food and get some physical activity. For those of you trying to lose those last 10-20 pounds, you have a harder task. Either way, you need to put a plan together that you’ll actually stick to. But it should be hard work that you want to do and not hard work that you loathe every single day.
So how do you put that plan together? It’s impossible to say what will or will not work for you but we can talk about a few options. First, cognitive-behavioral coping skills can be a good way to form a plan. They’ll help you focus on your eating, rather than make it an activity that takes a backseat to watching television (for example), regularly remind yourself of your goals, and help yourself stay positive.
You lose a little privacy in the process, but it’s a pretty reasonable price to pay for achieving a fairly difficult goal. Personally, I think it’s important to put together a psychology profile before you start your diet and exercise routine, because you’re human and if you only functioned by logic you would simply stay healthy all the time. Because you’re also a very emotional being, you’re going to have cravings that aren’t necessarily physical. Personally, I have a weird psychological obsession with cupcakes. Profiling yourself is a good way to expect these issues and figure out solutions before they occur.
When you actually start your diet, we think that eating better, rather than less, is a good way to go. Exercising before breakfast may also contribute to better weight loss. Sleeping more may help a lot too. Whatever you do, just make sure it’s something you can commit to or it’s completely pointless. Try new foods and physical activities to find ones you like. This is one problem you can’t beat until you can find a way you can enjoy the hard work it takes to beat it.
3. Are You Really Addicted To Technology?
Well…so? Okay, okay, there’s good addiction and there’s bad addiction. Technology can have a large presence in your life without causing problems, but you need to know when to unplug. Realizing you use your gadgets too much isn’t going to get you anywhere if you don’t know when you need to prohibit yourself from using them. Social situations are a good place to start, maybe allowing yourself a peek at your phone once or twice per night. When you set limits, you’ll know you only have so many opportunities to check and you’ll plan them well. You definitely want to unplug before bed, as keeping technology in the bedroom tends to mean you’ll use it and glowing screens in the dark will not help you sleep better. It will also cause an early morning distraction and potentially make you late to work.
One of the best times to unplug, however, is one you might think of as the worst: when you’re out in the world and walking around or simply sitting with nothing to do. One of the major problems technology addiction has caused is a lack of awareness. Like with the movie theater, then the TV, and now the Smartphone, technology transports your mind into another place regardless of where you are. If you start spending a little more time being aware of your surroundings, you might find out that interesting things are happening all around you, but that you’ll also become far more functional in various situations. We have a lot of little and big screens in our life, and they’re fun, but we weren’t meant to stare at them everywhere we go. Set some time aside for the world and it should help your tech addiction fade away.
4. Is Your Home in a Big Mess?
If you don’t put regular work into organizing and maintaining cleanliness in your home, you can expect disaster. Dust accumulates, cords get out of whack, laundry doesn’t get folded, and your things don’t get put away. First things first, pick a few hours a week to dedicate to cleaning up your home. Hire help if you need it and can afford it, or find a way to actually enjoy the cleaning time. (You can switch on the TV or listen to music.) In addition to making the time, which is the obvious fix, there are a bunch of things you can do to speed up the whole process. When folding laundry, use this two-second shirt folding method to save a ton of time.
When you put away your clothing, organize it by color or some other memorable scheme so you never have to think of where to put an item and can easily find that item later on. Speaking of organizing, you should start organizing before you go out and buy any organizational products. so you actually know what you need (if anything) and avoid wasting money. When it comes to organizing your cables, we have posted so many great ways to get those under control. For the most part you’re not going to save much time on dust, but you can filter better by turning on your thermostat fan so it picks up dust that flies into the air while vacuuming (so long as you leave the fan on for 15 minutes afterwards as well).
Life is beautiful only if you know what it takes to leave a happy life free from frustration and humiliation.
I believe this post have helped you a lot and I think that life is beautiful and there is no problem in life that does not have solutions. Always stick to things that you love doing; never give up on your dreams. Focus your mind on your work and never lose concentration. Success doesn’t come in a platter of gold you need to work it out. So I encourage each and everyone reading this post to always work hard and pray to God always and I promise you the sky shall be your limit. Don’t forget to subscribe to our email updates.
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