Three Habits to Adop

Upping your productivity can be a bit of a challenge. Whether or not you have to deal with mental blocks, dysfunction, or just the challenges of everyday life, taking the time to increase productivity can be overwhelming. To help you start breaking down the process, here are some tips that can really help you dive in a little at a time.

Keep these habits up and you’ll find that your day becomes eons easier to manage, and you will also find a peace of mind that you might not have had before. Is this a fix-all? Definitely not. But when you establish habits, it definitely makes life easier.

Write Down and Prioritize Your To-Do List

One of the hardest things to do is to remain consistent on doing what needs to be done and doing what you want. More often than not, we get stuck in one direction or the other, and honestly, it’s a human thing!

When you wake up, or before bed, write down and prioritize your to-do list. Your priorities are going to be different than mine, so this is a general way to organize your to-do into smaller pieces:
  • Must
  • Need
  • Want
When you prioritize this way, it makes it easier to target specific tasks throughout the day. For example, instead of writing down that the kitchen must be cleaned, focus on what must be taken care of in the kitchen. Is it essential to sweep and mop the kitchen while also taking care of the dishes, cleaning the counters, scrubbing the stove, and wiping down all of the cabinets? Uhm, no.

Instead, a must be that the dishes must be unloaded and loaded or pots and pans must be done.

Having that as your target narrows down the challenge of managing spaces so you aren’t overwhelmed with a million tasks for one checkbox on the to-do list.

Have a Regular Routine

It doesn’t matter if you wake up at five in the morning or eleven. Routines, need to be routines and are important to starting your day. From getting coffee, to basic hygiene, it’s important to keep up these habits: more often than not, the first place most people start to feel more productive is in their daily routine.

When it comes to waking up and going to bed, this also has to be an important part of your routine. There are a lot of rules and ideas that come from places such as Harvard, but honestly some of the best rules of thumb are as follows:
  • Don’t exercise before bed
  • Don’t drink a lot of water before bed
  • Work towards getting 6 or more hours of sleep
  • Try chamomile, valerian, cannabis indica, or over the counter sleep aids.

Embrace naps that don’t interfere with sleep

Working on these different elements of getting a regular bedtime routine will make it much easier to wake up at a reasonable time that allows you to follow through with your morning routine. There are a lot of life situations that can interfere with this aspect of life so you may have to fight to keep bedtime and morning time sacred.

Utilize What Helps You

There are many ways to ensure that you are taking care of yourself. From taking herbs to staying on top of daily vitamins, these are each a way to utilize what helps you get through the day.

If you need a cup of coffee not just for the caffeine but for comfort, then get that cup of coffee. There are also alternatives with adaptogenic mushrooms that can have similar effects as coffee if you are trying to find something healthier.

If you are a bit more on the adventurous side and want to use herbs, try out cannabis. It is one of the safer herbs to try out in your daily routine: it can help with pain, focus, anxiousness, depressive episodes, and more. Since not everyone is in the cannabis game for the high, get a few bottles of HIBEGONE to balance yourself out.

Again, use what you need!


It’s insane, but these three tips have made some of the most successful people. From stay-at-home parents to work-from-home enthusiasts, billionaires, and gig workers, it’s important to maintain these three habits regularly.

When you pay attention to your body, and spend time healing and maintaining self-care, you will find that your productivity skyrockets. Why? Because you are taken care of. You don’t have to worry about feeling good because you handled your symptoms. You won’t have to worry about what to do the next day because you have already planned it.

See how that works? Take some time to try out these habits and modify them to what you need. You will definitely be surprised by the results!