5 Things to Do to Make You Feel Like You Have Your Life Together
Hello there, long time no see! I swear this month is already flying by, so I'm trying to get in all my favorite fall activities before Christmas - lol. So far I've hit up the pumpkin patch, incorporated fall decor into my apartment, and started burning fall scented candles. Next up - I'm thinking I need to do some pumpkin-incorporated baking! Would you like for me to share my recipes?
Anyways, this topic has been on my mind a lot lately, as I am always saying that "I really need to get my life together".
You're probably here today because you've been thinking the same thing. No worries, we've all been there.
It is so easy to get off track, especially during the times that you feel like nothing is going right. Thankfully, these 5 tips are simple yet powerful, and will help you to sleep better at night knowing your life isn't a complete and utter mess!
You may even notice that you already do some of these things. In that case, take pride in the fact that you probably have your life together to some extent.
1. Stay on top of the little things.
Go do your laundry (before you're completely out of clean clothes), keep your home neat, go get your groceries, make your bed in the morning. If you can at the very least do these 4 simple things, trust me, you will feel a great sense of accomplishment.
2. Pay your bills on time.
Self explanatory, yet completely necessary. No one likes the financial burden of late fees.
3. Go exercise even when you don’t feel like it.
Has anyone ever regret working out once it was over? Noooope.
4. Set aside your outfit and food for work before you go to bed at night.
Making your morning seamless not only makes it easier, but it sets you up for a better day overall. #winning
5. Stop impulse buying things you don’t need.
Do you need another $200 pair of boots when you already have a pair just like them? No.
Do you need that brand new coffee maker because it has one new feature yours doesn’t have? No.
Instead – invest that money in yourself. Put it into savings and use it on something you actually need or that you’ve actually put thought into!
Is there anything specific that you do to make yourself feel like you've got it together? Let's help each other out - leave your thoughts and any other tips in the comments!