1) Know when to end your workday. Being an entrepreneur, one loses track of time. I try to maintain a balance and avoid professional work post evening.
2) I take some time every day to cook healthy food. It acts as a therapy and a fruitful disconnection from work. I eat a portion-controlled diet including fruits, dates, and a lot of water. I avoid eating after 8 pm, but a cup of chamomile tea helps me sleep well.
3) A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about physical fitness, the mind plays a crucial role, too. Take time to do things you enjoy, which, in my case, is socialising with friends. It keeps me motivated, prevents monotony from creeping in.
4) While working I take a 15-minute break every two hours to help focus and streamline my thoughts. I walk at least 9,000-10,000 steps a day. This keeps me productive.
5) Practise Ikigai. Spend at least the first hour of your day doing something you like. It could be the smallest of things — having a cup of coffee in your home garden or watering the plants; it leaves you feeling positive.
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