5 tips to become your best self

5 fail-proof tips to become your best self

Having your life together has nothing to do with our chronological age, and it might sometimes seem unattainable, but it isn’t. These are some tips to start practicing self care and incorporate hood habits.

The journey to becoming your best self might seem very difficult, and sometimes the road gets too bumpy, but to adopt good habits, your process must be slow and steady. Here are some tips you can actually start doing now.

1. Start by working out once a week

Workout once a week.

It might be hard when you first start working out but don’t worry, it gets easier. Setting aside an hour a week is a great place to start becoming a healthier person. You can either go cycling on weekends or walk for an hour, anything will do –all exercise is better than none. You will improve your energy and anxiety levels and eventually you can add a few more days a week.

2. Cleanse your face

Cleanse your face as soon as you get home.

Cleanse our face every day, especially if you have gone out –and do it immediately after arriving home. Maintain your skin hygiene and hydration is paramount for healthy skin, it will boost your confidence and your skin will thank you for that.

3. Make to-do lists

Make to do lists.

If you can visualize the number of tasks you need completing and you can cross off the ones you have done, keeps your workload manageable and it gives you a sense of purpose and accomplishment.

4. Have a budget

Start saving.

Do you keep track of the money you spend online shopping? Do you really need another pair of shoes? Having control of the money you spend is a good way to start saving and making smarter money choices.

5. Keep your place organized

Keep your home clean.

Your house is also a reflection of your mind –having a clean house can help you organize your mind as well. hang up the clothes that you left on a chair, store your skincare products, make your bed and wash your dishes.

These simple habits will help you have a more organized routine, mind and life in general, you’ll see it’s not so hard!

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Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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