Health tips to adopt in your twenties

Posted in Health
on August 21, 2015


Begin the day with a fresh start:

Forget about what happened yesterday and don’t worry about what’s going on tomorrow. Today is the only day you have, and you deserve to enjoy it and make it a good day. Think of each morning as a restart button for yourself and don’t let the past or future affect the present.

Take your health seriously:

If you need a prescription, read the label, ask your doctor questions and take it seriously. The same can be said with noticing when your body doesn’t feel right. If you have constant headaches or chest pains, get it checked out. You never know what it could be.

Check in with yourself once a week:

If you’re having an off week, check in with yourself to see what’s going on. Or maybe you’re working on a certain goal and you’re not seeing the results you want. Check in ith yourself to see how you can improve and move forward if you’re in a rut.

Positive vibes only:

Remove any unnecessary negativity from your life. Move out of your house if you’re not happy with your roommates, don’t be around negative people and don’t allow negative people to bring negativity into your life. Focus on positive energy only.

Don’t beat yourself up:

You’re only human. You’re doing the best you can and you shouldn’t constantly beat yourself up every time you make a mistake. Learn from it and apply it to the situation next time. We aren’t made to be flawless, so don’t stress about it. We’re meant to be real, not perfect.

Create a home you want to live in:

If you’re not happy in your home, it can cause unnecessary stress. Maybe you don’t clean your space enough, or you live in a dark, dreary environment. Make the changes to create a peaceful, happy living space that you truly enjoy being in. You are a product of your environment.

Be mindful of what you’re putting into your body:

Read food labels. Be mindful of processed foods and how many you’re eating. Try to stick to the 80/20 rule: you eat healthy 80 percent of the time and eat unhealthy 20 percent of the time. It’s a great method to treat yourself without losing focus of a healthy diet.

Never skip out on sleep or water:

Sleep and water will always be your two best friends. Never take them for granted and never skimp out on them on a daily and nightly basis. To stay refreshed, hydrated, and healthy, you need these two power sources to take on the day.

Are there any additional tips you want to add to the list? Make sure to leave a comment below!


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  • It’s not really a health tip, but I think it’s important to get in the habit of washing your face every night. When I was in high school and college, I didn’t think anything of falling in to bed with my makeup on. Now, I realize that kind of habit can really catch up with you.


      I love this tip! I have always been very conscious of my skin and face altogether because I had stress acne in high school, so I never slept in makeup. I use makeup remover and a cleanser every night before bed! And I am so thankful I have because it shows I take care of my skin. Thanks so much for your comment!

  • Totally agree however as a mother it’s easier said then done to get enough sleep. I had my daughter at 19 so during my whole 20’s I had lots of sleepless nights


      That’s understandable! But it’s always important to remember your health and well-being, too! Thanks so much for your comment

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