There are so many different ways to help improve the quality of life. Sometimes with the rush of daily life, we can get burnt out and our quality of life is affected. Some helpful ways to improve our quality of life would be to do something as simple as meditating. Call it what you will but spend time each day alone with your thoughts. This surely isn’t the first time you’ve heard that advice, there’s a reason for that! There’s also a reason that this is the first step in the list. Doing the other things in the remaining nine suggestions without taking some time to reflect almost negates any benefit gained elsewhere.
Another way is to make it a point to do something bold every day. Step out of your comfort zone and leave the routine even if for only a second. This might mean talking to someone that you generally wouldn’t talk to or starting a project that you feel intimidated by. It’s also great to learn something new. Pick a topic, preferably something you know nothing about and learn something about it. A good source of inspiration for this can be the newspaper. It helps if you have time to make a note of what you learned or explain it to someone else, but even if you don’t get the chance to do that, your brain will thank you for the new patterns you introduce as you learn something new every day.
As an event planner for a local restaurant with over 20 years of experience in management, Gerald Simonelli is an efficiently organized individual who works hard to meet his goals. He has an extensive education and life experience with which he has formed a unique perspective and desire to help people. He has spent years traveling and working as a missionary for local parishes. In addition to helping people throughout the world with charity work and fundraising, Gerald also works within his small community. He is a member of 4 chambers of commerce and was chaplain to the Addison Fire Protection District. He regularly attends mayor’s conferences in order to offer his opinions in improving the town. Gerald would like to become an event planner for a large charity organization to continue helping others.