Why You Need To Do Something You Love Everyday

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Most of the time, we get so busy hustling,  that we often forget to stop and enjoy life. Work is already a given that we all must do to survive.

Taking the time to do what we love is essential. While it may only bring short-term happiness, giving us mental and emotional well-being, and time to take a break regularly can improve our overall perception of life.

This can be significantly helpful on emotionally or mentally burdening days, where even the tiniest bit of stress can suck every ray of hope out of you.

Doing something that you love even for just an hour a day can boost your motivation. It will give you something to look forward to every day to keep help you keep going. Having something to look forward to, especially on bad days can give you a much-needed boost of motivation to help you make it through the difficult spots.

The challenge for you now is to find time to do it every day. It’s easy to get tempted into saying that you don’t have the time, or simply procrastinate, but if you want to make every day of your life exciting you gotta do what you got to do.

Your daily activity doesn’t need to be grand, it can be as simple as finishing a few pages of a book, playing your favorite video game, a quick walk around the park, or watching your favorite shows.  As long as it isn’t detrimental to your overall health, it will help your mind break away from the chains of your monotonous routine.

Remember that your time is important. It’s important to take the time to do the things that you love, to help you make it through the tasks that you may not enjoy so much. Doing something that you enjoy will help to give you a stronger appreciation for life, and help you to be more able to face the difficult tasks as well.

Adam Lyons discusses how this can impact your life positively, through its own little ways. Watch the video to learn more.

Do something every day…. that you enjoy!

Posted by Psychology Hacker on Thursday, 10 May 2018

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