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Small tips that make a
(healthier) difference

Hey you! I dare you to try your
best to follow this checklist tomorrow! But hey! Not so fast. Why not try it
again the next day (and every day after that)? Sometimes it’s the smaller
changes that can in fact help improve our health and wellbeing, especially when
we think we’re short of time. School stressing you out? Everything is going to
be ok. Try a few little things here. Tick everything off that you completed! Tell
me how it goes for you!

This was a spontaneous post and I’ve found that I’ve been making errors in my posts recently! Plz correct me bc I am an egg. Hope u like it anyway.

 

Morning:

  • Wake up as soon as you do
    naturally or when your alarm goes off. Make your bed! Open the blinds!
  • Get out of bed and s t r e t c h
    – all the way from the very tips of your fingers to the tips of your toes.
    (Trust me, this feels good)
  • Set your intention for the day.
    This might be weird for some, but try it. Example: Today I will be productive. I will be focused on my tasks and I will
    take the time to relax when needed.
    It doesn’t have to be as complicated –
    Example 2: I can do this. Remind
    yourself again.
  • Eat breakfast. A MUST. Try my
    favourite: eggs (poached, scrambled or fried) on toast with avocado or baked
    beans. Yes. We are on a roll today.
  • Drink one full glass of water
    within the hour of waking (don’t down it all in one go though!).

    • Add 1/8 of a lemon to this. Lemon
      is great to alkalise the body and getting that digestive system of yours goin!
      This will flush out toxins in the body and support your immune system too!

      • Side note: Wait half an hour
        before brushing your teeth after this (or maybe do it before) because lemons
        are acidic after all and can probably do some damage to your shiny whites.
  • Try having a water bottle by your
    bedside and beside you throughout the day as a constant reminder to drink water
    as you see it. Trust me, this has helped improve my water intake a lot.
  • Organise your day. What are your
    plans? What are of priority and what are not? Try brain dumping this, and then
    organising each task/item into a list, categorised in importance. This will
    help decrease stress throughout the day and easy referral back to this list.
  • Dress in some lovely clothes!
    Your fave sweater and some cool black tights? 100%!! What about that pretty
    skirt you like with a nice top? HECK YEAH!!!

Midday:

  • Lunchtime! Eat again. Wholesome
    foods are an absolute must whenever you can.
  • Aim for 3-4 cups of water by
    lunchtime (inclusive of the glass of lemon water you had this morning).
  • Remember that intention you set
    this morning? Say it again.
  • Throw a compliment at someone. Be
    genuine. This will have a butterfly effect. If someone throws one at you to –
    don’t disagree! Say thank you. You rock, don’t doubt that.
  • Are there any ticks beside those
    tasks on your checklist from this morning? I hope so!
  • Throw in a random burst of
    exercise! In public too – who cares! Pick one of these: 50 starjumps! 3 sets of
    10 squats! A quick walk around outdoors!

Arvo (/Afternoon… Straya):

  • Hit that 3pm slump? Same. Here
    are a few ideas to get you going, especially coming home from a long day:

    • NAP! 15-20 mins. No longer. No
      less. Be strict here or your sleep pattern might go funny and we don’t want
      that. (And groggy headaches are gross)
    • Exercise! This is so fundamental
      to our health and wellbeing. Try out short pilates videos (no equipment) here (that as living proof, work) or some really cool yoga videos here, here, and here. Yoga is great. Try this
      daily. Or take a brisk walk for 30
      minutes  = wake up your brain, pick up
      your mood AND burn some fat. C’mon, go get your shoes!
    • Have a healthy snack, such as
      those listed in this great post by @tbhstudying. Get your brain and bod going,
      my friends!
  • Write down your to do list for
    any work, study or event related things that you need to complete this
    afternoon. Set out all your equipment, sort out your papers from the day and
    get organised!
  • Clear your
    (bedroom/bed/desk/floor/work/closet) space for 5 minutes every day. I’m
    guessing that you’ve started to pile a few things here like I do. This will
    save you time and help maintain cleanliness, staving away from the complicated
    stress that comes from having to reorganise just about everything which we all
    know to hate when we’re busy with other things.
  • Have you had your 5th and 6th cups of water of the day yet? Get to it!
  • Sit up straighter and you’ll look
    more confident and feel more confident. Your back will also be very grateful
    for this.

Night:

  • Continue all your extra to-dos.
    Get this done. You can do it!
  • Make sure to put something in
    your body guys. I’m talking food here by the way… don’t let that sentence
    mislead you! This is especially important for those of you probably thinking “I’ll just eat later” or “I’m not hungry”.  Eat. EAT NOW. PleASE.
  • Spend some quality time with your
    family. How’s their day been? Tell them about yours too.
  • Glasses of water No. 7, 8 and
    beyond should be here.
  • Prep your meals, lists, notes,
    outfits, etc. for the next day. Getting these things sorted now will help you
    get it out of the way and save you time!
  • Settle down a little. It’s time
    to wiiiind doooooooownnn. Read a book. Scroll through Tumblr (aaayeee!) – but
    not too deep into the pits okay guys. Watch a little TV.
  • I know a lot of posts say to
    switch off 1-2 hours before bed. If you’re literally glued to your electronics,
    try switching off 5 minutes earlier every day and replace that with something
    else. What about doing your prep items for the next day (listed two points
    back!!)? Or, do get those pesky chores out the way.

    • Side note: Cleaning your room
      often will help freshen it, get rid of itchy dust and decrease the chances of
      bugs and other smol random things to crawl around your room. (If that’s not a
      little motivation then I’m not sure what is…). It’ll also keep your space
      maintained so you don’t have to do it all at once. *Shudders* Plus the
      likelihood of those gross germs from the world hanging around and building up
      in there is a no-no.
  • Sleep! 7-8 hours. Your body will
    thank you for it. CRUCIAL for healthy brain and body function. Plus your mood
    and skin will improve (i.e. gOODBYE EYEBAGS and hELLO GLOWING SKIN).

    • Side note: I see you reading this
      at 12am when you should be sleeping. I see you.

I hope this has helped you guys a little or at
least inspired you to make a small change to your daily routine! Try doing a
few items here (e.g. glass of lemon water, sitting up straighter, 8+ cups of
water) and record this on a habit tracker! The smallest changes often have the
greatest effects!

Don’t forget to let me know how you go.

Kalyisah (@studywithkal)

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Why are we like this

Quote of the Day

I love the silent hour of night, for blissful dreams may arise.

Anne Bronte

Quote of the Day

Beware the barrenness of a busy life.

Socrates

Take some time to relax this week. We often get caught up in the busyness of life and forget to treat ourselves, reward yourself for your hard work. You’ve earned it.

Quote of the Day

Hindsight is 20/20.

Chelsea Wong

Mid-year check-in: Reflect on the progress you’ve made in the past six months. Fill out the roadmap (any roadmap you’ve drawn up at the end of the year) on the following pages to redefine your new goals. Challenge yourself to set a higher standard and apply the lessons you have learned so far towards your future goals.

Quote of the Day

Face your big troubles, don’t sweep them under the rug.

Warren Buffet

Keep the system simple

Don’t over-complicate matters. You’ve probably heard about dozens of ways of “Getting Things Done”, but there’s no need to waste your brainower trying to craft the perfect system.

Simplify Simplify Simplify

Know what you need to do each day – then do it.

Everything else is clutter to your mind and will just overwhelm you.

Write an effective to-do list

Declutter your life – don’t add too many tasks to your to-do list.

Just doing quick, easy tasks gives you a false sense of accomplishment. And you’ll find that even though you’ve been busy all day, you haven’t made much progress on your important goals.

You need to ingrain focus into your personality. Choose the most important tasks and let go of the rest. 

Use the A/B/C system to prioritise your workload. Give each of your tasks an A/B/C mark depending on its importance. 

Resist the temptation to rate too many tasks as A. Seriously, not everything is that important.