What are some of the ways you improve yourself everyday?

 Namonia (@mokshasharma) 6 months, 4 weeks ago

What are some of the steps that you take towards self-growth in all aspects of life; mentally, physically, emotionally and socially? What is a good way to measure your progress? 

December 18, 2017 at 12:30 am
Namonia (0) (@mokshasharma) 6 months, 4 weeks ago ago

What are some of the steps that you take towards self-growth in all aspects of life; mentally, physically, emotionally and socially? What is a good way to measure your progress? 

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Heritier (0) (@Heritier) 6 months, 3 weeks ago ago

Personally for me I found that an effective way to improve myself was to understand that I can never be a better or worse than what I already am. I know it’s a bit sad but I don’t believe in people bieng good and evil and honestly because of that I’m more confident with decisions I make whatever the results. Sometimes not being in control gives you a strange form of confidence which in retrospect is what some people would call “improving yourself”

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flower21 (15) (@flower21) 6 months, 2 weeks ago ago

Make 50 pushups and 30 jumps on a place. Wash your face with cold water every day and every night. Listen to your lovely music. Start to read more

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Jordan Bates (4,540)A (@bashfulkoala) 6 months, 2 weeks ago ago

not necessarily every day, but these are some of the core habits i’ve found to be most helpful for ongoing growth:

reading, writing, getting enough sleep, meditating, cooking, exercising, eating fairly healthily, drinking a lot of water, taking walks, getting in nature, learning, socializing, practicing gratitude

as for measuring progress, i think one great metric is just how you feel when you wake up in the morning. if i’m regularly waking up feeling ready to go and excited for life, i know i’m on the right track 

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DanYell (6) (@maestradaniela) 6 months, 2 weeks ago ago

I either ride my bike, do yoga ,stetch, dance or go for a walk each day.

I eat a vegetarian diet and make note of my eating windows so that I may give my body enough time to digest. My eating windows vary anywhere from 3hrs to 9hrs each day.

At night before bed I recite reiki principles and use mala beads to stay focused in meditation.

I make sure to get a good amount of sleep *sidenote falling asleep has ALWAYS been a challenge for me unless I was physically exhausted. I started meditating (10-15min before bed ) last November and have had little to no issue with falling asleep within 5-10min.

I keep balance by recognizing when I need solitude and when I need more social interactions. I do not overplan my schedule with social events because I know I will end up zapping myself and retreating for too long to make up for it.

I write a lot and try to sit in silence at the end of each day to check in. This is how I check my progress. I see what keeps surfacing in my writings and in the silence.wow thanks for reading.

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Kyra (0) (@Kyra-Ward) 6 months ago ago

I’m big into baby steps and not overwhelming myself with too much change all at once, because then I get discouraged. So I usually ask myself every morning “What is one thing I can do better today than I did yesterday?” Whether it be avoiding a tempting food, doing one more push up than the day before, reading a couple more pages of that book than usual, getting in touch with an old friend, etc. 

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All Who Wander… (0) (@AllWhoWander) 6 months ago ago

Love your inner child ????️?

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Kyra (0) (@Kyra-Ward) 6 months ago ago

Aww thanks! Always trying to channel my inner child. Keeps life fun and exciting ^_^!

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flower21 (15) (@flower21) 5 months, 4 weeks ago ago

I am thinking about what to change in my mind every day to live better. I try to write every idea on paper to make it real and not to forget it

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Maria Harmon (0) (@MariaHarmon) 5 months, 2 weeks ago ago

I listen to audio books, watch lectures and take part in different free courses or meetings) 

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acavado (1) (@acavado) 5 months, 1 week ago ago

Minimalizing helps. You don’t need a lot of material to be happy. A few good friends and family, an instrument, and some books are things that can make you happy. You save a lot of money and stress less this way, from my experience. Then you’ll have enough money to eat something special once in a while, or go somewhere nice. 

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Anna (0) (@natureday) 5 months, 1 week ago ago

As soon as you wake up in the morning- dont jump out of bed. LOVE your bed, covers, pillow. Look around your suroundings. GIve thanks for the day, the gift of life and force your face to smile. your whole day will reflect those good feelings….

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Aarron (4) (@AarronSaini) 5 months ago ago

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Jessica (0) (@Jessica-Harby) 4 months, 4 weeks ago ago

The thing thats helped most for me has been to not be so strict and hard on myself, i gave myself a list  of things to help my growth like a good nights sleep each night, a healthy diet, scedueled excersice ect and it was overwhelming. Whats helped the most is learning to let go and get loose, to get creative, get outside of my comfort zone. Ive realised i dont need to take everything so seriously, and since then im learning more and feel like a better me. 

favorite quote thats helped: “attatched to nothing, connected to everything” 

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Jessica (0) (@Jessica-Harby) 4 months, 4 weeks ago ago

The thing thats helped most for me has been to not be so strict and hard on myself, i gave myself a list  of things to help my growth like a good nights sleep each night, a healthy diet, scedueled excersice ect and it was overwhelming. Whats helped the most is learning to let go and get loose, to get creative, get outside of my comfort zone. Ive realised i dont need to take everything so seriously, and since then im learning more and feel like a better me. 

favorite quote thats helped: “attatched to nothing, connected to everything” 

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Thomas (0) (@Thomas-Ewing) 4 months, 3 weeks ago ago

Smile, be pleasant and helpful. 

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