9 Everyday Things You’re Doing Wrong Everyday


Our routines are usually pretty dull, right? We perform so many small actions each day that we never inquire as to whether there’s a set in stone approach to do them. We at Bright Side figure it would be a great idea to give careful consideration to these things to make small however positive changes in your life.

1. Using too much soap in the shower

Our skin winds up drier as we age, and soap, being an astringent, just aggravates it. Attempt to utilize the minimum measure of soap and just on vital zones, for example, skin folds. The soapy water running down your body is all that could possibly be needed to remain clean.

2. Working without planning your rest breaks

We as a whole have our most productive work time. Amid those hours it appears to be simpler to think, to feel alert and enlivened, and, as an outcome, accomplish great results. The problem is that we don’t attempt to locate our productive hours, and we don’t exploit them.

On the off chance that you feel spurred and centered from 11 to 1, don’t enjoy a reprieve at 12. Plan your rest breaks so they don’t murder your profitability.

3. Answering your boss’s WhatsApp messages

It’s important to define limits among work and private life. Therapists state we ought to never talk about work problems or bring proficient connections into texting applications like WhatsApp on the grounds that we think about them as something individual.

Plus, in the event that you use WhatsApp in your associations with your bosses at work, they can check whether you’ve received and read their last message however ignored them.

4. Adding oil to the pasta water

Adding oil to your pasta cooking water will prevent the sauce from sticking to the pasta. To cook the perfect pasta and prevent it from sticking together, you just have to use the right amount of water: 1 liter per 100 grams of dry pasta and 1.5 liters for 100 grams of fresh pasta.

5. Drying your hands using paper towels

Have you ever wondered how much paper we use to dry our hands in public toilets? Millions of pounds. There is a simple thing we all can do if we care about our planet: just shake your hands thoroughly before drying them with paper towels. It may be obvious, but it does help save the world.

6. Breathing with your chest

Focus on breathing utilizing the diaphragm, not the chest. Proper oxygenation has positive effects on your sensory system, enables lower to circulatory strain, lessens inflammation and pain, enhances by and large physical wellbeing, and wards off pressure.

If you learn to breathe correctly, it’ll likewise enable you to manage your emotions.

7. Brushing your teeth with only horizontal brush movements

Brushing your teeth with horizontal movements only and forgetting to floss are probably the most common but most serious mistakes. Proper brushing of the teeth involves short vertical movements, always performed from the gums to the edge of the tooth. It doesn’t mean though that brushing teeth horizontally is not necessary at all.

And one more thing: proper brushing should take 2-3 minutes, but unfortunately the vast majority of us ignore this simple rule.

8. Starting to exercise without preparation

Remember: exercising too hard and skipping warm-ups and short breaks can be harmful to your body.

It’s important to include warm-up and flexibility exercises in your workout and to gradually increase its intensity.And if you want to avoid injuries, don’t forget those stretching exercises at the end of your workout.

9. Leaving a bag of chips open

Some people use clips to seal those half-eaten bags of chips, while others just leave them folded in half, hoping that the bag won’t open. But here’s another way to deal with those bags.

This smart method was inspired by origami, a Japanese art and technique of folding paper to create different objects.

How to seal a bag of chips without a clip

You will never need a clip ever again. 😀

Posted by 5-Minute Crafts on Thursday, May 5, 2016

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