The actions we take today cultivate the realities we experience tomorrow.
As a society largely encouraged to “live in the moment,” it is important for us to evaluate what day-to-day habits we’ve acquired that will affect our futures.
Sure, we know we need to floss each day, wear SPF and never smoke. However, there are a number of other habits we should start adopting that will benefit us not only today, but also for years to come.
You know how older people are often described as stubborn and “stuck in their ways”? Make sure that when you get to an age when your habits and beliefs are set in stone, they’re ones you’re happy to have; ones that exercise your best interests and work in your favor.
This is a decade of adjustment and growth. While we’re still young enough to frequently change our minds and behaviors, we’re old enough that we should make these changes count.