Five habits you must stop in the 2020s. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing five habits you must have in the 2020s. We are about to enter a new decade, BABY!! 2020 is two days away, and we are excited about this new era. We have set goals and the right mindset ready to go. Whatever you have been doing in the last decade, you must stop if you want 2020 to be your best year.
Five Habits You Must Stop In The 2020s
Lack of Self-Care
Yes I know, everyone will be super busy in the next 6 months or so, getting ready for summer 2020. However, it would be best if you remembered about self-care. I cannot stress enough how important Self-Care to everyone, particularly as single mothers.
Lack of Sleep
Right so, this one I am guilty of. And I am planning on working on it. You should too because it’s not healthy. A lot is going on, and it is essential to sleep as it helps your brain and body function well. This includes waking up on alarm. When the alarm goes off, I always say I’ll sleep for 5 more minutes, I go to bed, and it rings again, and then I sleep for 5 more minutes. The next thing you know an hour has gone by. This has to stop.
I’m sorry but overthinking has to stop in the new decade. It is no point if you can not solve the issue stressing yourself about. Learn to make quick decisions and get on with it in 2020.
Less Talk More Action
If you have spent the past decade talking too much about stuff you want to do, or what your plans are and have not made a move on it yet, this must stop in 2020. I wrote Top 5 tips to Motivate Yourself to help you get started. Most of us are waiting for someone to say, ‘Right this what we are going to do and this is how we are doing it’. Well, let this not be the case in 2020.
My grandma once warned me to watch what I say about myself or about anything. Your tongue is mighty. Whatever you say may come true. At first, I did not take a word in. Until I started talking positive things about myself, my confidence grew. It doesn’t matter what everyone else says or thinks about you, and the problem is what you think about yourself.
I hope you enjoyed that.