Tuesday, December 15, 2015
1. Practice Patience
If you have time to be on your cellphone and watch hours of TV, you
have time to be patient.
2. Control Your Reactions
Keep in mind that when you're interacting with people you need to calm
yourself down if you're someone that gets upset easily. The way you act
could be the reason some people seem to treat you in a not so friendly
3. Abandon Your Fake Friend
If you feel your friend is taking advantage of you that person is not a
4. Go Ahead and Get Something Over With That You've Been
This thing you need to do is just hanging over your head, and once you
do what you need to do you will probably feel so much better.
5. Get Rid of at Least One Thing in Your Life That You Know Isn't
Good For You
This could be a bad habit, an unhealthy food, a job you hate, or anything
else that drains your joy.
6. Be an Optimistic Person
Whether you believe it or not, the way you think greatly affects what
happens to you. It also affects how people treat you. People can feel an
optimistic vibe and a pessimistic one too.
7. Establish a Routine That Enables You to Start Your Day In a
If you're always late, try getting ready fifteen minutes earlier than you
normally would. Also, if the internet or your cellphone is the problem,
get ready first and then worry about looking at your electronics.