Life lessons, life experiences, and the wisdom that come with them is priceless!  I’m sure you must have gone through certain key events in your life that brought pivotal changes in shaping the person you’ve become today (and you must have learnt from them for the better).  In this blog post, I’ll share 5 fervent realizations that improved my life, which I believe will be helpful to my blog readers.

Disclaimer: My blog is to be used for general information, inspirational, and motivational purposes. I share things that I’ve learnt and experienced.  In case of need, do seek help from a professional in the relevant field.

Secondly, do take the necessary social distancing precautions needed during the current lockdown in many countries (at the time of editing this blog post).

As a self-improvement blogger, I also share self-care and life tips with my readers as all three categories go hand-in-hand, working together in harmony for better results.

Here are the 5 key points, with some helpful links to my other blog posts, and short Instagram slideshow videos:

1. Life purpose

Finding your life purpose is key to knowing what you want to achieve in life.  It could be hard at first when you start pondering about what your ‘why’ or ‘raison d’être’ is.  However, once you’ve understood and realized what it is, you have a clearer picture of what you want to do.

I spent years moving from company to company, not finding any meaning in what I was doing at that time.  I then took a drastic decision to leave the corporate world and took some time to find my life purpose.  I went into entrepreneurship and also working from home, which I’ve been doing for over 7 years already, and have been blogging for around 3 years (at the time of writing this blog post).  I must say, although it was a significant challenge at first, I’m so grateful that I went through it for all the results that I’ve obtained.

Read about:

4 reasons you should know your life purpose

6 ways ikigai can bless and enhance your life

How to be the best version of yourself

Watch my Instagram video ‘Live the life you intend to live’:

Live the life you intend to live

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. It means that if you click on a link and make a purchase, I’ll receive a commission (at no additional cost to you).

Name a Star at www.StarRegistry.com, Save 20% with code R20

2. Life goals

After knowing what it is that I want out of my life, I set myself the right goals and work on them.  Goal-setting models are proven techniques that you can use to set and monitor your progress.  Although there are many of them, the SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound) acronym is often used.  Always keep your goals relevant by reviewing and updating them frequently.  

Find out more at:

How to ensure better life goals

5 New Year’s resolution success tips

10 reasons vision boards support your success

Watch my Instagram video ‘6 reasons vision boards support your success’:

6 reasons vision boards support your success

3. Daily habits

While I work on my set goals, I identify gaps between my daily habits and the results I want to achieve.  This is a personal exercise, so it’s likely to vary from person to person.  However, a healthy lifestyle benefits everyone, and in many ways.  Always aim at having regular physical exercise, a balanced and nutritious diet, drink plenty of water, and have proper sleep daily.

Courtesy of Canva. 5 fervent realizations that improved my life – Tips from Sharvi.

Read these articles:

14 reasons exercising regularly will bless you

Skincare for everyone

6 reasons to go for healthy breakfast

Watch my Instagram video ‘6 simple yet amazing morning habits’:

6 simple yet amazing morning habits

4. Meditation

I value mindfulness as a lifestyle.  From meditation to gratitude, to behaving in thoughtful ways towards other people, living in the moment has made me more mature in my approach to life.  A few years ago, I took a course of 8 sessions to learn some helpful techniques, so that I can practice on my own at home.

Click to read:

10 reasons to speak mindfully for the better

10 ways meditation has improved my life!

8 special reasons to enjoy laughter yoga in life

Watch my Instagram video ‘6 reasons to keep a journal’:

6 reasons to keep a journal

5. Self-help

Self-help is very beneficial, as you can learn to do so much for yourself and others as well.  Many people choose to use free resources, some buy online courses, while others see a coach for one-to-one sessions.  You could also opt for a combination of the three different options, depending on your budget and available time.

Visit:

3 self-help courses you need in life

12 self-improvement articles that will make your day

Find your learning style for success

Watch my Instagram video ‘6 reasons to read daily’:

6 reasons to read daily

My ‘life tips’ blog category

For more articles from the ‘life tips’ category on my blog, you may wish to see a list of them here.

Courtesy of Canva. 5 fervent realizations that improved my life – Tips from Sharvi.

Conclusion

To sum up, life lessons are invaluable as they teach us so much about life.  You may relate to some (if not all) of the 5 realizations that have helped me improve myself.  Would you like to share your experience?  If you know someone who should read my post, please share it.  Thank you!!  

Name a Star at www.StarRegistry.com, Save 20% with code R20

Editor’s Note: This blog article has been updated for better accuracy and comprehensiveness.

Photo/Image courtesy: Canva

Resources:

SMART criteria

Meditation

Self-help

14 thoughts on “5 fervent realizations that improved my life

  1. I’m not great at making life goals. Business goals I can do, but life goals I struggle with. I always have. My husband has always been goal oriented, and I’ve always struggled with it.

    Liked by 2 people

Leave a Reply to Stephanie Pick Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s