- Read at least 1 book per month
Atm reading my 1st book, which is called The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It by Kelly McGonigal. It’s genius and I love it! A lot of advices supported by scientific research. Getting back to reading with my attention span of 5 secs was difficult, so I first started with finishing reading Hunger games to ease myself in this whole book situation. But it was not really necessary, this book is great!
- Exercise at least 3 times per week
I actually exercise every day right now because I am following a Blogilates monthly plan, but after I finish it, exercising 3 times a week seems to be more realistic. Not sure what I will do though. I am considering picking up running again, even though I dread it so much. Pro tip from a Unilever recruiter: companies love active people! Not only you can participate in team building better, but it also shows your determination and strength. And strong body = strong mind, heh?
- Meditate 5 mins per day
This sounds perfectly ridiculous to me, or it used to. However, it seems to be the best way to relieve stress, anxiety and most importantly, it helps you concentrate and focus. Which is important for me. As you know, I might have a mild version of ADHD. To my shame, I have only been meditating ONCE since the start of 2016. I might create a vision board or smth to help me. Do those things even help? Hm.