Everyday Wisdom #12

Shake things up a little…

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, and do the same thing everyday on automatic pilot.
 

Same breakfast.

Same route to work.

Take-out from the same restaurant, ordering our favourite (same) meal.

Same holiday destination.

 

It can be good to have familiarity, however habits can also be limiting.

So today try doing something different.  Expand your world.  Try something new.

Usually drive to work?  Try riding your bike.

Usually set your alarm for 6am?   Change it to 5:30am and use the extra 30 minutes to go for a walk.

Wear something you usually wouldn’t – try a new fashion style.

Listen to a different genre of music.  

 

Make it a goal to find something new to try everyday.  

Doing unique, random, different, and ridiculous things is a great way to exercise the mind and promote new ways of thinking about the world around us.  Experiencing new stimuli can make you smarter, more energetic, more creative, more sociable, and more open to new experiences and ways of thinking.  

 

In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.
Coco Chanel

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8 responses to “Everyday Wisdom #12

  1. Wisdom indeed! Great advice.

  2. I really enjoy your Everyday Wisdom’s. Thanks for sharing, and spreading such important messages 🙂

  3. Ah yes! Ok, routine scares me to 1,714 tiny pieces! Thanks for showing us we don’t have to be stuck in a rut. XO XO

  4. Good advice Meg, it’s really easy to get stuck in routine 🙂

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