Awareness is the first step in any self-improvement journey. Self-awareness starts by observing yourself. Observe your day to day hygiene to build self-awareness. Hygiene relates to conditions and practices that serve to promote and preserve physical and mental health.
Start by asking questions that help you evaluate your condition and promote self-awareness.
- Nails - Are your nails trimmed and clean?
- Skin - Is your skin clear and hydrated?
- Preparation - Are the utensils and cooking surfaces clean and disinfected?
- Eating - Do you wash your hands before and after a meal? Do you touch a digital device during while you eat?
- Clothes - Are your clothes free of odors and stains? What is the state of your laundry basket?
- Car - Can all of the seats be used by passengers right now? Is the cockpit free of clutter and trash?
- Wallet - What’s in your wallet? Anything you don’t need?
Self-improvement is a life-long commitment, which begins with self-awareness. Continue asking questions that help you observe your self. Make sustainable changes and develop hygiene habits that benefit your physical and mental well being.