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51 Healthy Habits Every Girl Should Have

51 Healthy Habits Every Girl Should Have

  1. Start fresh every single day. Don’t bring yesterday’s problems into a new day.
  2. Check your credit card statements, bank account, and pay stubs regularly.
  3. Consolidate and pay off debt ASAP.
  4. Adopt a ‘meatless Monday’ mentality. (Meatless Monday is eating environmentally friendly meat-free alternatives; start each week healthy with meatless Monday’s)
  5. Put down your phone when you’re out with other people.
  6. Try the 2/30 rule: 2 hours of tv, 30 minutes of exercise.
  7. Understand that exercise doesn’t have to be a big time commitment. A little exercise is better than no exercise!
  8. Start biking (even if it’s only a little). Biking is a fun, healthy way to exercise. It also works those core and legs muscles.
  9. Use youtube for free exercise videos. Even on Instagram there are fitness accounts that have plenty of exercise videos.
  10. Cut back on (evil) sugar. This would be foods high in high fructose corn syrup and glucose.
  11. Drink warm water with lemon and cayenne pepper daily. This stimulates the liver. Keeping the liver and digestive system clean helps prevent chronic disease.
  12. Don’t try to keep up with the Jones’, you’ll lose.
  13. Use a retinol if you’re starting to get wrinkles.
  14. Ask HR about benefits you’re probably not using.
  15. Practice safe sex, always.
  16. NEVER grocery shop on an empty stomach.
  17. Keep healthy snacks at home and at work
  18. Stop beating yourself up. Let it go.
  19. Likewise, stop smoking or don’t start. Smoking is bad for the skin and the body.
  20. Take care of your clothing.
  21. Eat whole foods as much as possible.
  22. Don’t skip your yearly gyno appointment.
  23. Don’t overdo the booze.
  24. Don’t do drugs, it’s that simple.
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  25. Don’t skimp on sleep.
  26. Don’t rely on pills if you can’t sleep.
  27. Don’t snack if you aren’t hungry.
  28. Use SPF and wear a hat in the sun.
  29. Drink at least 8 ounces of fluids a day.
  30. Make your home a place you want to be. Your home is where you should feel the most comfortable.
  31. Don’t buy things you know you’ll wear once. Buy things you can use for more than one occasion.
  32. Google ‘how to make your own cleaning supplies’. This could save a lot of money.
  33. Drop loose change into the same jar daily. Change adds up!
  34. Stand up for yourself! Never let anyone push you around.
  35. Avoid tannings beds like the plague. Tanning beds can have bad affects later in life like wrinkles and in some cases cancer.
  36. Take medication seriously. Always finish an antibiotic given by a doctor.
  37. Listen to your body. If your body is telling you that you’ve had enough, you should listen.
  38. Do mental health checks.
  39. Read labels on everything from food to makeup.
  40. Prioritize stress management.
  41. Optimize your fertility, plan on kids.
  42. Consider drinking chlorophyll water. This may sound weird but it is a blood cleanser, blood builder and an oxygen booster.  
  43. Always wear a seatbelt, even if you’re taking a taxi.
  44. Wash your hands often. Nobody likes germs!
  45. Floss after every single brushing.
  46. Sneeze into your arm, not your palm.
  47. For every 20 minutes on a computer, look away for 20 seconds.
  48. Count to 10 when you’re angry.
  49. Learn to take constructive criticism.
  50. Never let Google diagnose you.
  51. Read novels. This keeps your mind healthy and active. It has also been proven to help prevent diseases later in life such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.
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