There are some small things that really make life meaningful.
We face many situations that require a to say a “NO”,no matter what. For example, an acquaintance asking you to go out for a cultural program, a creepy guy asking you out, a group that asks you to complete a project, and so on. However, there are certain things that we should not say NO to as much as we possibly can.
Saying “yes” to certain things might as well open new doors or new opportunities for you.. And hey, if not now, then what time?
So,go off the guards and start saying “yes” more. Here is where you need to start!
Here are a list of 8 Things you shouldn’t say NO to :
– Trying out a new activity you have been pushing back for a while.
It can be anything. New language courses or kick boxing? Register yourself now,literally RIGHT NOW.As the saying goes,Tomorrow Never Comes.So start trying out your luck at something new today itself.
Traveling will open your eyes to so many different types of people, food, culture and so on. It may sound like a cliché, but travel is one of the things I truly believe in making life worthwhile. Whether traveling between small country roads,or backpacking trips, travelling experiences will create priceless memories that transform your life in the best possible way.
Spend time with people that you do not get the opportunity to spend time with, the memories you create will be incomparable.
– Trying out New Cuisines
I kind of know people who are picky diners out there. Of course, not every type of food is for everyone. But as the old saying goes, “Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.” Trying new foods means that you allow yourself to walk out of your comfort zone and out of your comfort zone as you grow and mature. Also, you might as well fall in love with the food you just tried.In the worst case, you spit it on your napkin – it’s not really that big a deal.
– Petting a dog
Whether you have a dog or never even had a pet – petting a dog can really ease your stress! They are just happy that someone touched them and smiled. Seeing a random cute dog on the street and pampering it can be a good way to change your day and mood.
– When you really need to take a nap,take it
Sleep recovers your alertness, prevents burnout, improves sensory perception, reduces the risk of heart diseases and finally sleep makes you more productive.So take a nap whenever you think it is time
– Crying your heart out
Shed tears, especially as a result of strong emotions such as grief, sorrow, pain, or joy.Never be shy in your emotional outburst.If not in front of others,cry out to yourself,in front of your mirror.Cry out your heart when things are falling apart.It will help majorly in alleviating pain!
– Watching your favorite childhood movies
It may seem stupid, or you may realize that your favorite movie is actually very bad, but in any case, it will make you feel nostalgic and be appreciative of your childhood.
– Learning From Constructive Criticism.
Constructive criticism is the process of providing an effective and rational opinion about the work of others in a friendly way, usually involving positive and negative opinions, not opposing views. The purpose of constructive criticism is to improve outcomes.Have an open mind. It will help you improve.
Good Luck and Get Going!