7 Steps To Feeling On Top of the World


It’s inevitable that you’ll feel low from time to time. There aren’t too many people that can exist at their highest feeling all the time. Still, it’s important to have high standards for your happiness and well-being. The low periods will come, but you should generally be operating at a high level.

Of course, that’s easier said than done. You can’t click your fingers and be on top of the world. But there are some things you can do that’ll take you there, provided you make them a regular part of your life. 

In this post, we’re going to run through seven steps that’ll very much push you in the right direction, especially if you do them all for a month or more. 

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Bust Out Of a Rut 

It’s normal to get stuck in our ways. On occasion, it can feel that we’re just living life on autopilot. We go to work, make our food, sleep, and repeat. A little bit of comfort is always nice, but it’s also important to be wary of slipping too deep into a rut. If you think that you may be in that position now, consider setting yourself a challenge. It could involve taking a solo trip, learning a new skill, or just generally pushing yourself to do something that you’ve never done before. The thrill of doing something new will help remind you that everything’s possible. 

Start a New Activity 

This society pushes us to be sitting down more than we should. We work at computers, we watch Netflix shows, and we drive everywhere. But human beings are made to move. It’s hard to say why, but working up a sweat just pushes us towards feeling our best. If it’s been a while since you exercised, then consider getting started. You can join a gym if that feels right, but you don’t need to — playing team sports, cycling, or hiking can give your body what it needs. There’s nothing like the happiness rush you get from sweating it all out. 

Start the Day Right

How you start the day sets the tone for the rest of the day. If you’re rushing around and generally in a bad mood, then you’ll probably stay in that state all day long. On the other hand, if you take the time to eat a good breakfast, meditate, and generally get yourself into a positive state of mind, then you’ll find that you’re dancing through your day. Actually, you could begin your day by literally dancing to your favorite song — it’ll lift your spirits like nothing else.

Change What You Feed Your Body

It would be convenient if we could just put anything into our body and expect it to be at its best. But that’s not the world we live in. You can’t eat fast food all day and expect to be on cloud nine. Taking the time to give your body what it needs can have a profoundly positive impact, one that essentially changes your experience of life. If you eat healthy meals, get online TRT, and drink plenty of water (no sodas), then in a few weeks you’ll have energy to burn. Think of your body as a vehicle that needs the right gas to work correctly!

Give Up Bad Habits

Improving your overall well being depends partly on what you do, and partly on what you don’t do. If you have some bad habits, such as drinking too much alcohol or smoking cigarettes, then consider giving them up. The benefits of doing so will be twofold. For one thing, you’ll just physically feel better. And you’ll also get the mental satisfaction of completing a challenge, which can be a major confidence boost. 

Yoga and Meditation

Looking to really push yourself forward? Consider making yoga and meditation a part of your daily life. The benefits of doing so are essentially endless — you’ll be calmer, have greater mental clarity, and your body will feel loose and more relaxed. It doesn’t matter how old you are, it’s never too late to start. No one ever regrets making yoga and meditation a big part of their lives!

Help Others 

Finally, if you’re looking for a way to be happier that also makes a positive difference in the world, then consider helping others. Studies have shown that helping other people has a big impact on a person’s life satisfaction, so consider volunteering your time — there are always organizations that require some help, and you never know whose life you might touch. 

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