Healthy habits for life

10 Healthy habits for life

Health is a gift from God which everyone receives at birth, but very few nourish it daily by practicing some healthy habits. We cannot deny that health is one of the most precious gifts of life which is now very much evident in the present scenario of pandemic spread. Healthy habits have personally helped me find inner peace and empowered to fight the daily hustle with a positive attitude. These healthy habits for life not only helps in increasing your energy levels but also adds a positive aura you

Healthy habits to follow every day

Leave your bed early

Waking up early keeps you one step ahead from others to start your day with renewed energy and enthusiasm. All great leaders and successful personalities wake up at the ripe hour between 4-5 am. The silence and serenity of the atmosphere at dawn gives positive energy and helps to focus your mind uninterrupted of any hustles. Starting your day before the crowd awakens will fetch you extra hours for your day to utilize in self-development. Discipline is what sculpts your future personality.

Believe me when you say that getting up early is impossible, I am with you. I have been trying to get up early since ages but have been unsuccessful but as they say try hard till you succeed. I am still waiting for a successful week. This is one of healthy habits that not only give your extra hours but also helps regulate sleep.

Eat healthy

Healthy habits start with healthy foods. Those mouth-watering fries with extra cheese are an absolute no-no. Include more and more fruits and vegetables in your plate. Indulge in salads, smoothies, stews, soups and say no to high calorie junks. It is wisely said, ” eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper”. Your eating habits make you who you are, both physically and mentally.

Leave the table when you feel full, even if your plate is not empty. Over-eating leads to uneasiness the entire day and ultimately to obesity in a long run. Restrain from alcoholic beverages and smoking which are instant pleasures that not only weigh heavily on your pockets but also lowers your immunity, hence making you susceptible to several diseases.

A few minutes brisk walk after dinner helps in improving your digestion and prevents the feeling of stomach overload.


The key to a healthy lifestyle is regular exercise. You may not find time to hit the gym, but simple stretching and practicing yoga for few minutes daily is all what it takes to keep you energized all day long. Always try to keep your muscles active by opting for stairs instead of elevators and bicycle instead of private cars for work (if time and traffic permits). Most importantly, practice maintaining a good posture while sitting for work at home or elsewhere.

An year ago following a workout routine was a challenge for me but now I have incorporated it and I simply love it.

Wear a smile

A smile wins everyone’s heart and spreads positive vibes. A hectic day full of meetings, appointments, deadlines, stinkers from your boss is easily brightened by just a smile. What can be a healthy habit, other than helping others to elevate their mood and support their mental health? Often people spend money to join a laughter club to smile and laugh, why not practice it for free on a daily basis? Facing any difficulty with a positive attitude and your beautiful smile helps you win any battle.

Don’t forget to keep a good relationship with your peers and friends. A peaceful mind with no enemies is what everyone desires, why not take baby steps to make it so?

Drink more water

Staying hydrated all day is a healthy habit you can easily adapt within a very few days. Keep the bottle filled up in the vicinity of your eyes to remind you to drink water often. Now you can get several apps to remind you of hydrating at regular intervals. Green tea(not as much as the ads suggest), low-calorie fruit juices and unsweetened coffee are also beneficial for health. Drinking more and more water not only keeps you healthy but also rejuvenates your skin and helps it glow from within. While reading drink some water dear.

Take a break

One can never be productive all day without a break. Recreation is very much important for balancing work and social life. Move out with your friends and family, engage in sports activities, listen to your favorite song or simply cuddle your pet and play with them. These stress busters recharge your mind and keeps you going the entire day with revived spirit. Also, self-love is very important among healthy habits. Spare some time only for you. Do whatever your heart wants. The world looks beautiful when you appreciate your presence in it.

Mental health is the most neglected section still now, so come forward if you need help and also lend a helping hand to whoever needs it. Simply listen to them as sometimes that’s the best thing you can do.

Quality time with family

Just go and hug your parents or partner or your grandparents or even your kids. Time spent with family is what makes all the hard tiresome days of earning in the office worthwhile. Every single moment of hugging or chatting with your mom and dad helps in the release of serotonin, the happy hormone. We often get engulfed into our lives so much that we start prioritizing work before families and that is the root cause of all the problems.

Children often lack the love and attention of their working parents and are often pushed into depression and anxiety disorders at a very young age. Promise to shut down your laptops on weekends and just listen to your child’s imaginary stories. Believe me, it’s one of the most precious and lovely moments you will spend with your loved ones.

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Read a book

As it’s said “what books you read today, decide who you will become tomorrow”. World leaders like Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Mark Zuckerberg advises the aspiring future billionaires to read at least 50 pages a day of any self-development books. Books play a very crucial role in a person’s life. It builds the self personality and develops the character of whom they would be in the coming future. So, go grab a book and dive into it’s beautiful words.

Log out of social media

Social media does more harm than good to young minds. A world of comparison and hatred which we go on scrolling needlessly in the name of relaxing is actually a burden to us in disguise. Detoxing your mind by logging out of all the social media platforms once in a while is definitely a healthy habit. Often you start to envy others unknowingly by scrolling through their latest job profiles and establishments. You must keep up with your friends on social media but only when doesn’t hamper your peace of mind.

Sleep tight

There is no alternative to getting the right amount of sleep daily. This relaxes your body and nourishes your brain to tackle another day full of stress. Sound sleep of 7-9 hours is sufficient to make your energy level bloom up. Experts often say, 6 minutes of power nap in between work is one of the best way to instantly get energized for the rest of the day.

I would like to conclude by stating he Pareto’s Principle or 80/20 rule, which states that 20% of focus on certain aspect yields 80% of the results. Developing a healthy habit often takes immense time and perfect discipline, but in a long run puts you ahead of your companions. So, the choice is yours.

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21 thoughts on “10 Healthy habits for life

  1. Smiling and reading are the only two habits on this list that I do daily. I am working on working out and eating well.

  2. These are great tips! Out of all these, my main issue is waking up early. Mainly because I work until 2 am and so it’s kind of hard to wake up earlier than 8 o’clock in the morning. And reading a book is essential for me!

  3. What a great list! I agree with all of it besides leaving your bed early hahah. But truthfully I can never sleep in no matter how hard I try!

  4. I love this positive post. There are so many good ideas here for sure. Eating healthy and wearing a smile are good for both physical and mental health xx

  5. Some great tips here! For me, remembering to smile is the most important. It keeps you feeling positive and helps others feel good too. thank you for sharing 🙂

  6. Sleeping for 7 – 9 hours is a habit that I’ve been actively trying to build for over 10 years! I know that a lot of my anxiety and exhaustion throughout the day stems from my brain being overworked, but it is sometimes really hard to make the time to slow down and sleep. I love the idea of incorporating 6 minute power naps as a stepping stone! I’ve never heard of Pareto’s Principle before but will use it to start holding myself accountable.

  7. These are simple yet excellent tips! Doing these things can certainly change your life. I recently discovered that I thought I was drinking enough water, but I wasn’t. Once I changed that I could tell a difference immediately!

  8. Haha! I love your honesty on waking up early– that’s so hard. I actually wake up early but go back to bed not long after. Maybe it’s so because I work from home at my own pace. Oh well..

  9. You’ve listed some excellent tips here. I’m trying to exercise more and log out from social media more often too. Keeping healthy is very important to me.

  10. I do wake up early, but not 4AM early, haha. That would be impossible. I do try to eat healthy and recently, stay away from social media and news as much as I can.

  11. I’ve found waking up early is so good for me. Once I got on a good schedule, I’ve found myself so much more productive in the morning. All of these are such useful tips!

  12. I try to do a lot of these. I do have a bitch resting face so I don’t smile and I tend to hate it when people tell me to smile. It’s mostly men telling that to women, which irks me. But I do drink plenty of water!

  13. What an awesome post! Really really love this! And I agree 100% to log out of social media. Gonna head over to Netflix now to watch the social dilemma! Thanks for sharing

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