Be deliberate about the way you spend your time.

Set clear boundaries in your life so you may devote time to the things that are most important to you. Say no to those with whom you don’t want to spend time. Say no to employment projects, paths, or opportunities that are incompatible with your basic principles. Spend time with those you care about on a regular basis. Make time in your calendar for fun, lightheartedness, and playfulness. Your inner child will feel seen, understood, and cherished the more you honor yourself in how you spend your time.

Nutrition is important.

Your body’s fuel is the food you consume. You’ll feel like garbage if you’re constantly putting in crap fuel. On the other hand, if you fully deprive yourself of meals that you enjoy, you’ll feel like a robot who eats to survive. So eat healthily. You’re already prepared. Drink plenty of water, eat plenty of vegetables, nuts, seeds, and fruits, eat complex carbohydrates, and avoid processed meals.

Make an investment in your sleep.

You’ll be sleeping for nearly a third of your life, so make the most of it. Our sleeping habits can either restrict and drain us, or revitalize and uplift us. Get some good blackout curtains, minimize your exposure to electronic light within two hours of going to bed, and keep cell phones, computers, and televisions out of your room. It’s time to snuggle or have sex after the lights go out, not browse your Instagram feed.

Make time for yourself.

Whether you’re in a relationship, married, or single, spending time alone on a regular basis is one of the finest ways to establish a meaningful relationship with yourself. Everyone can benefit from some actual alone time, whether they are introverts or extroverts. Take yourself out to a restaurant alone. Take yourself to a movie. In the morning, go for a long stroll. Lie down and take a few deep breaths. Spend a few minutes in the evening meditating.

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