Self Improvement Tips That Will Make Your Life Better (Recreation/Fun and Environment)

Self Improvement Tips That Will Make Your Life Better (Recreation/Fun and Environment)


1. Make time for fun if you’re an overachiever. 

Fun is necessary to your health and happiness. For the type-A, overachiever, put fun in your schedule. You’ll enjoy life more.

2. Cut back on fun if you’re an underachiever. 

The opposite is true if you tend to spend all your free time having fun. If you are disorganized, haven’t cleaned in a while, or have no idea what your goals are – cut back on the fun and spend time thinking and working on personal development.

3. Pursue a hobby that you love – just for fun. 

This will give you ownership of something you do just for you.

4. Find creative ways to have fun experiences without spending a lot of money. 

Getting creative with your fun on the cheap will push you outside your comfort zone and into new experiences you wouldn’t otherwise have.

5. Laugh, be silly, and find your inner child. 

Play (anything for the joy of doing) has the power to significantly improve everything from your brain power to personal health to relationships to your ability to innovate.

6. Get outside and play.

The outdoors allows you to explore and take adventures in a way you can’t get otherwise.

7. Laugh as much as possible. 

Laughter is good for the soul. Laughter gives you a jolt of happiness instantly. If you can increase how much you laugh, you can increase your overall happiness.


1. Create a vision board for motivation and inspiration. 

Having your visions and goals in front of you is a great way to stay on track with where you’re headed in life.

2. Stay organized. 

Implement organizational habits that instill organization across all areas of your life, including your home (every room and closet), your office, and anywhere else you spend time. An organized space will help you clear your mind.

3. Plan your weeks and weekends ahead of time. 

Use a calendar (digital or manual) and keep it in the “month view”. This will give you an overarching view of the month so you can plan your week and upcoming weeks ahead of time. I use my gCalendar for this. I use the Productivity Planner for weekly planning.

4. Keep a to-do list. 

Alongside your calendar, keep a list of actions you want to complete. Check off each item as you complete it and add to it as you have more things to get done. Knowing what your priorities are will help you accomplish your goals without getting sidetracked.

5. Purge anything you haven’t used or worn in over a year. 

Go through every item in your closet that you haven’t worn in over a year and yourself if you love that item. If you don’t love it, get rid of it.

6. Do your most important task first every day. 

This will help you accomplish your goals and avoid getting sidetracked by day to day distractions.

7. Commit to one cleaning or organizational task per day. 

Small tasks compounded over time lead to great results. This will keep your house nice and tidy!

Read The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. This book is a well renowned organizational manual with actionable tips that can change the way your organize forever.

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