31 Ways to be the Best Version of You
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31 Ways to be the Best Version of You

"Every day may not be good but there is something good in every day." -Anonymous

31 Ways to be the Best Version of You

Lately I have become obsessed with bettering myself and creating healthier habits in order to become the best me I can possibly be. Ever since I have started doing some of these things and incorporating them into my daily life, I have become aware of my transformation as a person and I have noticed that I am constantly happier. I’m telling you, if you can incorporate even one of these habits into your life you will see yourself changing in ways that only make you better.



  1. Wake up early
  2. Go to bed early
  3. Think positively
  4. Find the good in the bad.
  5. Exercise
  6. Eat clean
  7. Read a book
  8. Write
  9. Make to-do lists
  10. Make your bed
  11. Do a little cleaning everyday
  12. Do what makes YOU happy
  13. Spend time with yourself
  14. It’s okay to say no
  15. Drink water
  16. Compliment someone-- make sure it’s genuine
  17. Take your time when getting ready
  18. Stay off your phone for at least an hour a day
  19. Stop comparing yourself to others
  20. Love yourself
  21. Wear something that makes you feel confident
  22. Appreciate the little things
  23. Treat yourself
  24. Paint your nails
  25. Smile
  26. More focusing on yourself
  27. Less worrying about what others are doing
  28. Compliment yourself
  29. Wake up with the mentality that today will be a good day
  30. Explore
  31. Be kind
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