• STOP THE GOSSIP
It’s so easy to gossip I think every single person is guilty for gossiping, it can even feel great hearing information or even telling someone information you’ve found out.
However you sprouting out information about another person which is 9/10 negative gossip, is going to do nothing but cause negative energy for you.
To avoid gossip just brush off any gossip you might be hearing, or if someone try’s to get you engaged in gossip try and change the conversation or say something positive about the person they’re gossiping about.
• TRY NOT TO JUDGE OTHERS
You’re human! Of course we can’t help but to make a judgement about others! But what’s sad is some people chronically judge others and make their own judgments based on what other people have perhaps said.
If you can intentionally not make a quick judgement and stop yourself from judging someone, maybe put yourself in that persons position.
• STOP EATING JUNK FOOD & DRINK MORE WATER
So cliche and annoying I know. But it’s true. If you drink more water and stop eating junk food which is probably causing low mood, breaking out your skin and also putting on weight which you constantly and probably complain about (I know I do), you will become a much more happier person. It doesn’t matter about the weight gain, and the skin benefits that’s a bonus, the main reason why I listed this is because food can have such a significant impact on our mental wellbeing and not many people are aware of this.
• TURN NEGATIVES INTO A POSITIVE
It’s easy to lose your cool over something. It becomes addictive, and it feels good to let off steam. What you don’t realise is you are attracting more negativity. Of course everyone is human we can’t always be happy tree hugging hippies in reality. What we can do is try to tip the scale and be more positive so we can attract better situations and people into our lives by intentionally turning each negative into a positive.
For example. If you’re late for work,
• DECIDE IF ITS WORTH STRESSING ABOUT
Make a conscious decision not to stress about minor occurrences. It raises your blood pressure and your brain goes scatty. Theres no need to go in angry mode by the slightest inconvenience. I was friends with someone who always got angry over everything, even over an old lady crossing the road with a walking stick. She even bibbed this lady and was screaming from inside her car, when in reality it’s 10 seconds of your life to be patient, no one knows if that lady had health issues as to why she was taking a bit of time to cross the road. With that being said, before exploding similar to that person I used to be associated with. Stop and think deeper about the situation is it really worth it?