I’ve been making a lot of lists lately, both for private use, and some for public. I decided to post this one, even though I didn’t make it for that purpose originally.
10 daily habits you should probably think about starting.
- Pray every morning and evening. if your a Christian, prayer is one of the most important things we can do. maintaining a daily prayer habit will bring you closer to God, and it will also teach you how to have daily quiet times.
- Make a list of 10 things daily. OK, so it isn’t specifically writing down 10 ideas, but I find it’s much easier to make a list of 10 things about anything, whatever pops into your mind. If it happens to be a list of ideas, that’s cool too!
- Read the bible everyday. Even before prayer, daily bible reading is a requirement for Christians, (in my opinion, of course,) it doesn’t matter which translation you use, or which way you read, (mine happens to be through email,) but bible reading is extremely important!
- Learn something new. Anything, whether you read articles on a certain topic online, subscribe to email newsletters, or read a book. Not only will you expand your knowledge, but you’ll have fun doing it, (if you like learning, which I do,) and you’ll be able to pass it on someday.
- Blogging daily, or almost daily. You can take the weekends off if you want, but daily blogging is a way to establish a good writing discipline, and it’s going to cause you to be able to create content consistently, which is good for Seo.
- Surrender to God each morning. This is the best way to start the day! As part of your prayer time, surrender everything, (whether it’s a situation going on in your life at the moment, or life itself,) you’ll feel a lot lighter once you do this.
- Drink coffee daily. This is another great way to start the day. There’s just something about the ritual of coffee that
gets everything going.
- Excersise every weekday. Exercise is what keeps us healthy, and we want to be here blogging for a long time, right? Exercising during the week, and not on the weekends gives your body a chance to rest.
- Keep a bible journal, or any kind of journal. Keeping a bible journal will let you apply what you’ve learned, and will help you to focus your thoughts. You can go with keeping a regular journal if you want. For me, these lists are mine.
- Read books daily. Other than the bible of course, but it can be a devotional book, a bible study book, etc. It could also be anything from a long novel, to a self-improvement book.
Short final thoughts.
OK, that’s the list. I’ll be publishing some of the others I make here, and some on the personal blog. Other’s I’ll be keeping private.W
would you consider starting one or all of these daily habits? Which ones, and why? I love comments, feel free to leave one and tell me!