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Tiny Habits That Will Change Your Life




If you've ever found yourself in the situation of wanting to change elements of your life but not knowing where to start, I want to encourage you to start small. The decision to start will get the ball rolling, and starting small with mini-habits that become part of your routine will bring the lasting change you desire. Much more efficiently than you might expect, even.


I want to share some of my favorite and quick one to two-minute habits that you can begin to incorporate into your own life. Try to include one new habit each week, and you'll be surprised how quickly they become a regular part of your everyday routine. And even better, these tiny habits yield significant results.


  1. Make your bed. Starting your day with this simple habit can automatically create a sense of order in your bedroom. You can even crack the windows to let in some fresh air while you do it.

  2. Wash your face. A quick skincare routine not only wakes you up but also safeguards your sensitive skin against the elements. This is a great time to apply your daily sunscreen, as well.

  3. Make breakfast a priority. Your brain and body need nourishment to function well, so if you can't make a hearty breakfast, at least grab something small on the way out of the door.

  4. Take time to move. Being in the zone at work is great until it's not. Don't wait until you're burnt out to come up for air. Allow time for breaks where you can take a quick walk and stretch.

  5. Manage social media well. It's up to us to navigate how the content we consume makes us feel and what we do with that information. If certain people leave you feeling like you need to buy more or do more, it's okay to mute or unfollow.

  6. Don't leave things until the last minute. It can be challenging, but you'll be much less stressed if you stay on top of tasks.

  7. Don't leave things until the last minute. It can be challenging, but you'll be much less stressed if you stay on top of tasks.

  8. Keep a list. If you have a running to-do list, it's easy to check things off and add them so that when you