According to experts, if you do something every day, at the same time each day – in two weeks it will have become a habit. Check out our list, pick the things you would like to try and just go. Don’t wait, start today!
100 Things To Do To Change Your Life In 30 Days
1. Stop saying “What if?” and start saying “I’ll try it.”
2. Eat natural, whole foods that are not processed.
3. Eat more fruits and vegetables.
4. Enjoy your meals – slow down your bites.
5. Say “no” to things that you don’t truly want to do.
6. Dance to your favorite song.
7. Start exercising.
8. Reach out to a loved one every single day and do something nice for them – Write them a nice email, call them, send a Snapchat…
9. Give 100 percent of yourself to your work.
10. Celebrate your wins. Reward yourself.
11. Write your goals out on post it notes and put it on your bathroom mirror so you can’t forget about them.
12. Face a new fear a day — talk to a stranger, pick up a spider, say hello to that cute girl…
13. Take responsibility when you’ve messed up.
14. Stop looking at your cell phone every minute.
15. Don’t listen to respond. Listen to listen.
16. Use your favorite song or soft music as an alarm clock. Waking up will be much nicer.
17. Find one thing you love about yourself every day.
18. Take deep breathe. Inhale for 4 seconds, and exhale for another 4 seconds. Do this for at least 10 minutes a day.
19. Say thank you.
20. Read books. Good books.
21. Start budgeting.
22. Meditate a little every day. There are plenty of videos on youtube that can help you.
23. Stop smoking.
24. Stop or reduce alcohol intake.
25. Stop or reduce sugar intake.
26. Start keeping a journal.
27. Stop complaining.
28. Turn off cellphone notifications.
29. Define your goals.
30. Expand Your Comfort Zone.
31. Learn something new every day.
32. Wake up early.
33. Take a photo a day on your way to school or work.
34. Give a compliment a day.
35. Speak to someone new every day.
36. Keep a thought journal.
37. Write your dreams down every morning for 30 days.
38. Give up TV for a month.
39. Listen to a new song every day.
40. Take time out each day to watch your thoughts play out like a film — observing without judgement.
41. Be totally honest — so no lying for 30 days (harder than you think).
42. Draw or paint a picture a day.
43. Teach others something new every day.
44. Think of your worst habit, you’ve been meaning to ditch and give it up for 30 days.
45. Ditch the news for a month and instead seek out an interesting article to read every day.
47. Spend five minutes a day repeating a positive affirmation you’ve set yourself.
48. Keep a laughter journal. Write down one thing a day that made you really laugh hard.
49. Go for a 15 minute run every day.
50. Do 50 sit-ups a day.
51. Write a handwritten letter or send a postcard a day to old friends.
52. Cycle to work.
53. Write down a positive thought a day.
54. Keep a gratitude list for 30 days.
55. Before you go to sleep, think about the best thing that happened to you that day for five minutes.
56. What have you always wanted to do but never have? Spend 30 days writing down ideas for accomplishing your goal.
57. Knit a scarf in a month doing a few lines a day.
58. Drink green tea (high in antioxidants) every morning.
59. Give up bitching for a month or saying anything negative about people.
60. Go money free or live on a strict budget for a month then splash out at the end.
61. Learn to love yourself just a little bit more each day. You deserve it.
62. Take up a new interesting hobby — tai chi, free running, pottery…
63. Write loads of cool ideas for things to do in a hat and pull out a different thing each day.
64. Tell someone you love them each day.
65. Learn a new instrument in a month — the ukulele, cello, flute — whatever takes your fancy.
66. Bring your own lunch to work.
67. Be the Yes man for a month and start saying yes to stuff.
68. Research a different religion or philosophy every day for a month.
69. Read about a different period of history every day.
70. Get knowledgeable about art and pick an art movement a day to inspire you.
71. Revamp your house in a month and learn one upcycling trick a day.
72. Learn a new word every day.
73. Spend 30 minutes practicing a new language.
74. If you live in a city, try to spend some time each day in nature whether it’s your garden, a park or the countryside.
75. Go on a date with yourself or partner doing something new each day.
76. Cut out the caffeine for a month.
77. Ditch social media sites for 30 days, or limit yourself to a few minutes a day.
78. Do an act of kindness a day.
79. Ditch your car for a month.
80. Be positive for 30 days — even when things go wrong, look only for the postives.
81. Spend 30 days fundraising for a charity or cause of your choice.
82. Do a brain training puzzle a day like sudoku, crosswords or anything on lumosity.
83. Create a bucket list of 30 items in 30 days.
84. Don’t buy anything new for a month.
85. Sell 30 things you don’t need, use or wear anymore and see how much money you make at the end of the month.
86. Remove temptations from your life.
87. Start studying at least one additional thing you want to excel at.
88. Do something that makes you uncomfortable.
89. Develop a morning routine.
90. Find a penpal. There are different websites you can do that, such as Interpals.
91. Every morning smile in front of mirror and thing something positive.
92. Schedule your time, use a calendar.
93. Stop judging.
94. Change your diet.
95. Stop following anything blindly and start questioning.
96. Listen to audio books/podcasts whenever you’re doing something that doesn’t require your full attention.
97. Say ‘hi’ to your neighbors when you see them.
98. Stop blaming others or yourself when things fail, instead be responsible and seek for ways to fix it.
99. Set a countdown timer for every thing you do. ( Next time you will do it in the less time than before).
100. Spend each day being as ‘present’ as possible and making the most of simple acts and routine tasks. Life will feel brighter and you will hopefully feel more fulfilled. It’s not often what we’ve got or where we are, but our attitude to what life throws our way.