What would be the best habit to include in our life to avoid the laziness?

Ngi A.
Well to the best of my knowledge, to avoid laziness you have to abstain from anything that makes you lazy. For instance watching movies, always sleeping, procastinations are ways that make you lazy so if you abstain from them, you will be less lazy

Zoey N.
The answer to lack of energy/motivation often comes in pushing past it with activity. I know it sounds counterintuitive but sometimes when I can’t beat a funk… I just have to decide to not follow my feelings, and instead do what’s best for future me. Try to work up in physical activity. Don’t overdo it, but yes, I beat laziness by having a scheduled time to do my workout. No matter how I spend the rest of the day, I can’t say I was lazy today!

Christine C.
Laziness/motivation is something I struggle with daily. I have a chronic illness and on bad days I have a had time getting going. For me, having a schedule to keep on Fabulous helps me to stay accountable to myself. My husband knows I use the app so that keeps me accountable to him as well in a way. Celebrate the small wins and take it one step at a time. Don’t eat the whole pizza. One slice at a time! I hope this helps!

Madison N.
Laziness comes from having less energy sometimes, so when you have more energy in certain ways, for example, sleeping for enough time, and eating healthy food, and drinking water. For me, I avoid laziness by having less screen time, because social media often is the reason I procrastinate and get nothing done, so I would recommend staying away from social media and doing productive things that you have fun doing!

Nora N.
It could be all sortsof things habits. I could write to express my feelings or my creativity, to practice my grammar and i could do ut to write down my journey to a better life! By this i could avoid my phone and be prepared for school also! I can read to let a cry out, feel happy, excited and so many other feelings i could also use this habit to learn new things! I can dance to let the stress out or to feel better or anything involved with my feelings!

Nikolaj W.
Thinking about our future and wishes and goals all the time but just thinking is not going to help us and make our wishes come true we have to stand on our feet and believe in ourselves and pray for ourselves and never give up.the point is being strong and let the brain leads heart is important to but sometimes acting lazy and rest but dont listen to it and keep going your future is right there you have to change you're perspective and look in another angle.no one achieved what they wanted without trying and you're not too❤

Fernanda E.
Meditation on tge mornings set you up for success then do un activity that you enjoy, dancing is for me, on summer going for a ride on my bike 🚲

Janka T.
Getting more focus. I can be distracted very very easily. But I'm working on it. I stopped doing everythun eles but studying fog that time when I'm doing any schoolwork. And this helped a lot, but it still isn't the best solavtion for my problem and I don't know what can I do.

Patricia I.
The best habit to avoid laziness would definately be the daily exercise habit. However, i know that is not for everyone. Sometimes having lots of shorter challenges throughout the day works just as well as it means you will stay active because you have things to do. For example going on a short walk , meditating and then studying or cutting calories is a goos way to keep yourself from being lazy all day.

Emma T.
Exercise! Just 10 minutes a day as a start. It revitalises your body and mind and help you focus better. Start with small, easy challenges and build up the best defense against laziness and inactivity.

Dalya N.
I would say motivating yourself with praises. For example, after solve 50 questions you can play your favourite video game..

Kate I.
I think that this is personnal. Some people would have a habbit like reading to avoid laziness while others would have a habbit of sleeping early. (I like to sleep early, modt of the time I go to sleep at 8.30pm. To avoid laziness you can also have a good planning on what you will do that day or week, if you know what you have to do and you know when you'll do it you will most likely just do it.

Ziham U.
I don't know, but maybe be organized first make sure everything is in it place the way that you like it to be then lazy ness will go away

Arnold U.
To stop procrastinating especially because i will be in senior year next year and i want to graduate with the best grades i can earn.

Mario C.
Avoiding laziness is difficult because brain need for time and energy to build a new neuro-path in itself.
The best thing you can do to avoid laziness is doing what you want to do without too much thinking. Sometimes when we think to do something we spend energy to imagine the results of our action when we lose the cognition of what we can do now.
Remember: the most difficult thing to do is doing something. Time will pass and all will be easier but starting something new will be always difficult. Just focus on doing and not thinking.
Peace.

H C.
The short answer is learning to enjoy whatever you do/ have to dot responsible for.
We tend to procrastinate whatever we think will bring harm/ negative feelings. Change the way you think about a problem and the problem will become a stepping stone forward. I remember a saying like this: "The problem is not the problem. The problem is how you think about it."
Another thing that helps is a routine and schedule. When I don't know what to do next and how long to do it, I often find myself staring at my phone aimlessly or just stay sleepy and demotivated. If I know what to do but do not set a restructed timescale, it often takes much lnger than needed to complete (Parkinson's law) because I'm likely to try to explore as many options as possible and try to make things perfect. This is helpful when learning, but is counterproductive when performing a task.

Ethan N.
This is such a broad question so honestly I’m not sure. I would consider eating healthily but probably adding movement to your life or simply some form of exercise. But to me it’s putting my all into whatever I am doing. Trying to stay focused on the thing I’m doing in the moment. Practicing mindfulness is something I have recently started doing and it has been helping a ton. Hope this helps.

Philip Z.
I’d think some short fun exercise in the morning to get you going and an hour of deep work with NO distractions to keep you going every day.

Epp I.
Clean your home. Even if it's just 5 minutes in the morning or evening, it can make a huge difference in your surroundings, it gives you a sense of accomplishment and tidier space sort of makes you do more.

Kayanat U.
I think If a take a walk in early morning then it can help me feel energetic throughout the day and thinking about how I woke up and did some physical activity will make me realize that if at that time I could fight off laziness then why not now?

Kltoom L.
I want to study in regular base so I can avoid guilt and break the wall of thinking that everything is difficult, eventually being lazy and fearful.

Maria B.
Uhhhhhhh…. I think it would be to like stay motivated or like to get like 8-10 hours of sleep everyday. I think that because not only does sleep help you grow but it gives you happiness, now, as soon as your sleep decreases your happiness level will go down and no one wants an unhappy person. That also affects laziness because you are not happy you don’t feel motivated to do anything. Therefore, you get lazy. BAM! That’s my surprisingly long answer.

Maria Y.
Sleep hygiene. Early going to bed and as a result waking up. Wake up doesn’t have to be 5 am, but earlier than the last alarm when you really have to start your day in a hurry. I thought of myself as absolutely not a morning person and would use this excuse to sleep in, but as I reflect now – it only made me tired and annoyed with myself. I still don’t start studying at 8 am, because my brain works better in the afternoon, but to my surprise I manage to accomplish more smaller tasks or finally have enough energy to take on the big ones.

Jessica U.
First, you have to find the way to please yourself. By doing so, you will find the way to encourage yourself, and to avoid laziness

Stanley J.
Have a to-do list! Set alarms for different things. Realize that no moment will ever come back into your life: every second, minute, hour is unique. You only have one life. You don't want to spend it lying on the couch. Set short-term and long-term goals. Talk and hang out with your friends and family. Drink water, a lot of it. Or just get up, just do it, and go for a walk to boost your energy! Take time to analyze your actions.

Marius Z.
I guess you could say stretching or yoga they start simple really, and make you feel really relaxed but energetic at the same time so I guess it helps at least to get your body used to moving instead of laying around and soon enough hopefully you'd at least have the will to mabey exercise for 10 min or less and then increase the time gradually when you feel like it. Hope that helped 😉

Rosie J.
When you think and bring excuses alot then you won’t be able to get over from laziness and there will be a huge distance between you and your goals. Kick the time and start from now! 🙂

Anton W.
Commit a few minutes every day to plan out your tasks of the day. Include it in your daily routine and give it like 10 minutes each morning. You list 2 to 3 tasks to accomplish that day and prepare your self mentally, how to best achieve them, reflect on whether they are necessary, address the 5 w's, who, why, where, when etc… Address the "Why' especially and see an opportunity in "every" thing ….

Mads B.
I would say try to find a hobby that you really enjoy and really want to pursue in and succeed at and really try to commit yourself to it. There’s also setting a screen time on your phone so you have to get off of it and do something else. 💛