Beautiful Things You Will Wish You Had Done Months Ago

  • By: Ellen
  • Date: September 26, 2022
  • Time to read: 5 min.

One of my favorite things is to sit on the couch and watch a movie with a glass of wine in one hand and a remote in the other. It’s normal, right? Well, maybe not so much if you’re me. But regardless of how much time I spend doing nothing (which is a lot), there are some things that I wish I had done months ago—and they aren’t all that exciting. They’re downright boring compared to that trip through Europe or diving into exotic new cuisine. Still, these simple tasks turned out to be more transformative than anything else I’ve done recently, and now I’m wondering why it took me so long to get started on them…

Take that Journey

Traveling is a great way to learn more about yourself, others, and the world. Traveling can help you understand the world better in a profound way. You can meet new friends and see things you would never have seen before. It will also give you a chance to think about your life in general and what you want out of it.

The best part about traveling is that it gives people an opportunity to get away from their regular lives, if only for a few days or weeks at time, which helps them gain perspective on what matters most in life: family, friendships and relationships with others who matter most – whether they live near by or far away!

Kiss Your Mom

Tell your mom you love her. Tell her you’re sorry for the times you have hurt her, embarrassed her, and disappointed her. Tell her she is beautiful and that she has done an amazing job raising a family. Tell her how grateful and appreciative you are for all of the sacrifices she has made in order to raise a family, raise a business or just be there with you when things got tough.

Tell your mom how much she means to you!

Learn how to cook something amazing.

We have this idea that cooking is something we either do or don’t know how to do. That it is a skill that some people have and others don’t, but the truth is much more complicated than that. Cooking is an art, a way to express yourself, connect with people, and save money. It can also be very healthy if you know what you are doing.

So here are some ideas for learning how to cook amazing recipes:

  • Get a good cookbook and read it before starting any recipe so you know what tools you need and what steps might be coming up (and therefore which ingredients will be needed).
  • Watch videos on YouTube since they often explain things in more detail than written instructions (the visual aspect helps).
  • Start small—maybe just making one dish at first rather than trying out every recipe in your new book right away (it may take longer if you try too many things at once).

Buy the Expensive Lotion

You should buy expensive lotion.

Why? Because it’s really good and you deserve it! Seriously, if you have dry skin (especially in the winter), this can make a huge difference in how your skin feels.

You want to get something like this from Lush or The Body Shop. It’s going to cost more than what you’re used to spending on body lotion—but trust me, it’ll be worth it! How much should you spend? I’d say around $20-$30 is reasonable for what you’ll get from this product if you ask me. You could always try looking into other brands; they might have something cheaper that works just as well (or even better).

Apologize to That Person

Apologize to someone you have wronged.

Don’t wait until you feel like it, or until the other person apologizes to you, as this will make the whole process much more difficult. Don’t apologize if you don’t mean it, or if you don’t feel that what happened was wrong (although there are times when apologies are required). Also, make sure that what happened is truly over and done with—you don’t want people thinking about this again and again.

Stop Feasting from The Box

One of the best things you can do for your body is to stop eating processed foods. Processed foods are sometimes called “boxed” or “canned” because they tend to be sold in boxes or cans. These products have a long shelf life, but that doesn’t mean they’re good for you! Most of them are filled with salt, sugar, and bad fats that will make you gain weight and feel sluggish. Instead of buying boxed food at the grocery store, opt for fresh fruits and vegetables instead.

It’s also helpful to make a shopping list before heading out so that you know exactly how many items are on it. If something is missing from the list when you get home, add it then before going back out again—saving trips saves time and money! When planning meals ahead of time keep an eye out for any special ingredients required so nothing gets forgotten at the store.

Check nutrition labels carefully too: if sugar is listed as an ingredient (or even just an ingredient) avoid buying it! Sugar has been linked with many health issues including diabetes and obesity so try getting more protein into your diet without having to rely on processed snacks like chips or cookies which often contain high amounts of processed sugars as well as preservatives that don’t belong in our bodies either!

Clean up your room.

  • Clean up your room in the morning.
  • Make your bed.
  • Pick up dirty clothes and put them in the hamper or laundry basket.
  • Put away your toys and books, so they don’t clutter up the floor, making it harder to clean too!
  • Put away any shoes strewn across the floor, they take up too much space!

Don’t worry about being perfect; do things for yourself and the people you care about today, not tomorrow.

You don’t have to be perfect. You just have to do something today, even if it’s just a small thing. You’re here reading this article means that you care about yourself and your friends and family. This is a good start!

Don’t put off doing things for yourself or the people you love until tomorrow—today is the only day we have! Don’t worry about what others will think of you—if they love and respect you, they’ll understand why you need time for yourself every now and again. If not, then maybe it’s time to try new friends who value self-care more than anyone else does (and who also probably aren’t as busy as they say they are).

Conclusion

Don’t worry about being perfect; do things for yourself and the people you care about today, not tomorrow.

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