It might be hard to believe, but I am a writer. I write (and have written) for a number of different places and have a book coming out. But I’ve been working on my novel for a few years now and would like to get it finished. But would writing 1,000 words a day make that happen?
For the last while, I have been trying my hand at different experiments to try and be a better person. Let’s take a look back and see how far I have come with all of this work and review my first ten experiments.
I’ve been on a bit of a life-changing and improvement kick recently and I’ve learned a good bit along the way. Some things work, some don’t, but what are the things that I think (and tested) that will have a positive effect on your life?
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been on my life improvement kick, but I need to look after my health too. So when the opportunity to monitor my blood sugars came up, I jumped at the chance.
I love trying out new things (as you have probably guessed by now) but what about trying some old things? Yes, I’m talking about going back to the 1950’s and trying my hand at how they done things back then.
Swearing. Profanity. Dropping the F-bomb. We all probably do it at some point, but do you swear too much? I know I do. So, for one week I tried to quit swearing.
Over the last few weeks, I have been trying some different little experiments to try and improve my life. Bit by bit, every week adds on top of each other. This week I tried something with a beauty routine and discovered something about myself.
The last few weeks I have been experimenting with different things to try and improve my life. The idea is that I keep adding little tasks and make little changes every week, and they will add up to something wonderful. This week, I made a daily to-do list.
Do you know how many steps you take in a day? Is it enough to be deemed healthy? I started paying attention to my activity levels for a week and used a step counter to see if I was being active enough.
For the last few weeks, I have been trying various things to make my life better. Small changes that could add up to something big. My most recent experiment was with the ironing pile and how to get rid of it.