Start Journalling If you really want to understand yourself, write down your thoughts and analyse them. Do they reflect a person that takes radical responsibility or someone who prefers to lay blame on external sources?
Philosophy, in whatever way you look like it, is a quest to understand this world from a perspective that is not run on our own emotions.
Go On Walks Walking helps you think, because it’s a monotonous, non-straining activity that allows your thoughts to flow (as long as you’re not distracting yourself with being on your phone). It’s also a great stress reliever, which most people need more of in order to manage their emotions better.
Build A Routine When we create a solid routine, we automate a lot of our actions and good decisions, which will result in freeing up more time and resources to do more meaningful things.
Get Rid Of Your Attachment to Material Things This doesn’t mean that you need to live like a monk (unless it’s your choice), but your attachment to material things can create distress if it broke or got stolen it will eventually lead to distress. This means. you are a slave to your things, and perhaps you want to ask yourself “why do I have this” and “could I live without it”?
Get More Sleep By not prioritising your sleep, you are trading it for your health. This means that it will affect your relationships, your career and your internal connection to yourself