Being lazy can be a very unhealthy way to live life. Perhaps worst of all, it’s very easy to fall into a pattern of being consistently lazy and unmotivated. How you manage your time and what you do with it now will affect you later on in life
1)Sleep. You should ideally be getting eight hours of sleep and trying to get on a regular sleep cycle. Irregular sleep patterns or sleepless nights can lead to low energy and lazy tendencies.
2)Wash your face. As soon as you wake up in the morning, just wash your face and freshen up. It’s a very easy way to wake yourself up a bit more and start the day off right
3)Exercise regularly. Even something as simple as a brisk walk gives you natural energy and also releases endorphins that improve your overall mood, making you feel more inclined to go out and accomplish something that day.
4)Watch your diet. If you’re not getting enough vegetables or healthy foods into your body, it can also affect your overall energy. Try to cut out excess junk food and eat regular meals per day.
**) If none of the above methods help, your feelings of laziness could possibly be linked to depression, or more rarely a more serious mental health issue such as attention deficit disorder. It may be worth seeking professional help.
good luck… 4 weeks ago
I should really stop being lazy. All it does is get me in trouble. 1 month ago
I don’t want laziness to lead my life. No more. I lost lots of opportunities, I stay at home for days because I have to study hard, but I never really study hard. It seems that I have no purpose in life, but it’s not true. I just can’t take action. I try, then surrender, then try again. What I finally stop trying and star taking action? What if I had more discipline, motivation, enthusiasm? I want to love my life. That means that I want to create a life I can fall in love with. I set sevarl steps, help me defining what I need to do.
-get up when the alarm clock wakes me up, without coming back to my comfortable bed.
-then, wake up earlier every morning, my target is 5 AM.
-go out every day far a walk, even just 5 minutes.
-taking care of myself every day, even when I don’t have to go out or meet someone.
-cook healthy food, the best fuel for my body and mind.
-stop wasting time. I’m very slow, too much slow. I want to get things done quickly.
-learn to stay focused without obsessively checking facebook or other web sites.
-spend my free time reading books.
-become a runner.
It seems a hard work, but I’m ready to face this. 2 months ago
Well, tai chi daily practice is going well, but as for everything else, I’m not so sure. I think this week has been fairly busy but I’m getting kind of tired now and I don’t want to slip back into doing very little.
I think the daily routine is helping, but I need to look at some of the root causes of my lacking motivation in order to resolve some of the real problem areas… 5 years ago