A Better Life? Where To Start

 That feeling of melancholy or sadness can become a familiar one if you let it. Sometimes, it’s hard to realise that something isn’t right and that it’s worth pursuing betterment in life. Other times it might just be an issue with mood

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You can make some of these shifts quite easily yet others are harder to follow through. The key to remember is that if you’re depressed or suffer from other mental health, whatever you do may not work. You may need to see a medical professional. However, these tips can get you started. Everyone is different and some tips will work for some and not others. Try to apply the advice to your own life as best your can in a bespoke way, so you get the most out of it. 

Health First

Sometimes you’ll get down because there might be something physically wrong. A pain in the foot everytime you walk, or you’re worried about a constant headache. Whatever it is you’re best addressing it. If you’re suffering from an allergy see an ENT. If you’ve got back pain, consider a physio. Whatever the issues are, you need to attack them because you can’t strive for a better sort of life if your health is in a bad position. If you’re worried about something or if it's paining you, get it sorted. Then your outlook will be far better.


Work can get a lot of people down. So many people will just settle though and won’t strive for better or something different. This is because they get set in their ways. Think about what you truly love and enjoy, then try to make a career in that field. It might mean going back to college, or studying after work, but it’ll all be worth it if you do something you love. Alternatively consider chatting to your boss. Ask if you can do something different or take some more responsibility, or look to move into a different area in your company to try something else out. Work worries are super common, it just takes that spark to be able to actually do something about it. The longer you wait the harder it gets.


Money woes. At some point in everyone's life there will be money woes.it doesn’t matter how much you earn, if your outgoings keep going up eventually they’ll catch up with you. It’s a simple fact. First, you need to create a clear cut budget to help you understand where you are financially, then you come up with a plan. You cut what’s not needed and consider a side hustle to help bring in some extra cash. Play to your strengths...what are you good at? At the same time you try to bring your bills down by switching providers etc. These coupled should help but if you’re in a debt pool you may need some professional financial advice. You can usually find some free out there but whatever you listen to make sure it’s someone who knows what they’re talking about. 


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