3 Practical Ways to Improve Your Life in 2021

by Jones David

If you’re not a practical person but someone who is more of a daydreamer, relishing the joys of abstract thinking and the pleasure of creative pursuits, then you may have given up on the idea of ever becoming a grounded person.

Fortunately, it’s not that difficult to learn how to become practical, a skill set that you’ll find immensely useful. But even if you are a practical person, you may not be putting your gift for constructive action to full use.

In either scenario, whether you’re a daydreamer or pride yourself on your practicality, here are three useful tips to anchor your reality in 2021!

Save Money Through Regular Car Maintenance

Car maintenance is a practical skill that is easy to learn and that will not only save you money in auto repairs but will also preserve some of the resale value of your car. If you plan on keeping your car for a long time, it will extend its life.

Schedule some time for:  

  • Inspecting your tire for wear and tear and checking tire pressure with a tire pressure gauge.
  • Testing the lights.
  • Changing the air filter of your engine.
  • Checking the various fluids.
  • Replacing your windshield wipers when necessary.

In addition to these basic maintenance checks, periodically take your car to an auto shop for a more thorough check-up.

These practical car maintenance skills are easy to learn. All you have to do is sign up for an auto maintenance class or ask someone to show you how to do these things.

If you follow your car-care schedule, you will get increasingly faster at running through your checklist. And, over the years, you’ll save an enormous amount of money on wear-and-tear car repairs.

A blog to Improve Your Communication Skills

With so many excellent blogging platforms available for you to start blogging, there is no reason not to start your own blog. It’s not only easy to set up a blog but also easy to maintain one.

Initially, don’t think of your blog as a means to create a side income. Instead, consider starting one to achieve two less-ambitious goals: First, the goal of improving your ability to express your thoughts in writing. Second, the goal of deepening your knowledge and understanding of your favorite subject.

By writing regularly, expressing your thoughts and ideas to an audience, you’ll build invaluable relationships with like-minded people. What’s more, your ability to express your ideas well through writing will help you in many other parts of your life.

And, of course, if you get superb at blogging, consider monetizing your blog through affiliate marketing.

Fuel Your Day to Increase Your Personal Productivity 

Imagine for a moment what would happen if you learned how to fuel your day as if you were a professional athlete.

You would have plenty of energy to do everything that you wanted to do. Your life would flourish. You would have more than enough energy to become highly productive in your job.

Here are some tips for fueling your day:   

  1. Hydrate first thing in the morning by drinking a premade mix of branched-chain amino acids and electrolytes.
  2. Eat enough complex carbohydrates throughout the day.
  3. Consume enough protein to help your immune system create antibodies to activate your white blood cells. A healthy immune system will help you fight off bacteria and toxins. Protein also helps you digest other nutrients.

You may also want to experiment with mealtimes and food portions to get a better idea of foods that energize you and those that make you feel sluggish and sleepy.

All things considered, it does not take much time or effort to learn how to maintain your car, to improve your written communication skills through blogging, and to fuel your day with the right foods to boost your productivity.  Learning these three practical skills will make a significant difference in the quality of your life.

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