1. Keeping a Journal

Journaling has been a good way of people recording and reflecting on their experiences, from the early Greeks and Egyptians to modern-day diarists such as Virginia Wolf, Anne Frank, Frieda Kahlo, and Henry David Thoreau. Journaling can help in boosting your health, and this is according to The American Psychological Association. If you don’t want to spend a lot, then get a pen and notebook then give Julia Cameron’s Morning Pages practice a try.

2. Being of Service at Work

Imagine that you are not a boss or employee, but rather a student majoring in compassionate service. Ram Dass, a spiritual teacher, said: “It is not the role, it is the soul!” There are practices such as Karma Yoga that can help in framing your work this way. Engaging with the things that move you and learning ways of being a game-changer can help you serve best.

3. Do not overdo it

There are a lot of opportunities when it comes to life- from social events to buffet lines to new shows on TV. This makes it very easy for a person to indulge, but one of the most important things is being selective. You should take part in things that nourish you and give you the energy you are going to need when doing the things that you have been called to do. You should make use of your willpower when needed, especially when saying not to what is not good for you and yes for what is good.

4. Choosing a Practice and Honoring It

Sticking to a given practice is not going to be glamorous, but if you keep showing up day by day, then it is going to pay off. Whether it is meditation, art, prayer, or exercising, being committed will go a long way in helping you remain grounded and centered. Just pick a practice and get started.

5. Finding your People

Human beings are social creatures, and the people around heavily influence us. You should be spending time with people modeling how you want to be in the world. You should try volunteering in places with likeminded individuals. Join a movement, club, or church. Community is important in making you feel grounded and supported.

6. Treating Your Body Well

Always remember your body. You should take good care of it by having healthy practices in place like making sure you get enough rest and sleep, moving regularly, knowing when to engage or disengage with activities, and eating well. This advice seems the same as what you got from your grandmother. There are a lot of gadgets, but at the end of the day, it will be up to you to take good care of the most complicated technology – your body.

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7. Abstaining

Recognizing when a pattern, activity, substance, habit, or even conversation is getting harmful is an important part of getting to know yourself. Learn to say NO to them. While breaking the habits can be hard to break, especially if you have had them for many years. Employing mindfulness and other self-care practices can prove to be effective in taking care of yourself when temptations come.

8. We are All in This Together

People feeling and isolated can easily act out against themselves and others. But one thing that has been true is that we are all connected. If you start finding t hard to connect, you can try reconnecting using qigong routines for loneliness. Connecting with nature is another good option.

9. Giving Other the Benefit of the Doubt

There is always a though process behind every decision people make. Whether it is something you agree with or not, is not more important thank taking the time and getting a good understanding of how they might have arrived at such a decision. There might be factors you don’t know about, and by taking your time and getting more information (instead of getting angry because of the assumptions you have made or gossiping about them), you are not going to hurt anyone else or waste your energy.

10. Staying True to Your Intentions and Goals

When you enter a personal relationship, accept a job, or enter into work, make sure you are committed to it. Regularly check to see whether you are on course. Ask for help any time you feel like you are struggling. If a correction is needed, make adjustments so you don’t end up losing you’re the connection with what is in your heart.