How To Transform Your Life In 10 Easy Steps


You may not exactly be sure when it happened, but at some point in our lives, we all get to a point where we feel stuck. Maybe you are working the same job at the same place for too long; maybe your life is just going by without any real direction; maybe you do understand what you want but haven’t made any steps towards getting it.  

The problem with these situations is that they usually end up influencing every aspect of our lives and can lead to depression or other mental illnesses. But there is hope because psychology has revealed several key habits that will put us on the right track towards happiness and success! 

Here are ten easy to follow steps on How To Transform Your Life:  

Get Your Mind Right  

You may not see it yet, but your life is already changing for the better. The first step to making real changes to your life is to believe that you can; if you think you will fail, you probably will – if you believe in yourself and have confidence in your abilities, everything else becomes so much easier.  

Be Honest With Yourself  

Nobody’s perfect, and we all have flaws. Accepting this fact is a huge obstacle on our journey towards happiness. Being honest with yourself means taking a good look at yourself and accepting who you are instead of trying to be someone else or creating an illusionary image of what others might want or need you to be.  

Your Thoughts Are What Make You Who You Are  

As mentioned before, your thoughts are extremely powerful – if you constantly think that life is great and that the future looks bright, then this will reflect on your actions and attitude towards everything around you.  

We Will All Fail At Some Point In Our Lives  

Anyone who’s ever tried anything even slightly difficult will have had their fair share of failures at some point or another, but how we perceive failure is what actually makes all the difference in the world. If we see it as a learning experience, something to grow from, not only will it make us stronger, but it won’t lead to depression or unhappiness.  

You Are Already Perfect In Every Way  

This might sound a little crazy at first, but if you think about it in a certain way, it makes a lot of sense: we are all born with the best possible tools to deal with life and achieve success, there is no limit to what we can achieve given enough time and effort; plus, everything that has happened to us throughout our lives has been necessary for our development, whether we realize it or not.  

Don’t Compare Yourself To Others  

It’s normal to look up to others and admire their qualities; however, you should always remember that even your “enemies” have something great that you can learn from. Comparing yourself to others will only lead to unhappiness and frustration – it is the equivalent of looking at a piece of art and saying that you could do better because you know what colors go well together.  

Don’t Let Your Past Define Who You Are  

If we let our past control us, we become prisoners in our own lives – all it takes is for one wrong move or bad decision, and we can lose everything we have worked so hard for. Learn from your mistakes and grow as a person instead of dwelling on the past, which cannot be altered anyway.  

Always Do What Is Right For You  

There are always going to be situations where doing what is right might not seem like the best course of action. Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you think is right, even if that means that someone else will lose something or not get their way. If it’s the right thing to do, then there is no other option, and this applies to everything in life – try your best to do what you feel is absolutely necessary.  

Follow Your Heart And Listen To Your Intuition  

This doesn’t mean that following your heart means acting on every impulsive feeling – but listening to your intuition can help guide you through difficult times; our hearts are resilient and naturally know what is good for us, although we choose not to listen at times due to external influences (such as peer pressure) which only end up causing more problems.  

Be Free Of Any Expectations  

As mentioned before, setting expectations for yourself or for others will only lead to sadness and frustration when they are not met – this is the case because most of the time, our expectations are unrealistic, which doesn’t help anyone in their journey towards happiness. If you can let go of your emotional attachment to specific outcomes, you will see that sometimes it’s okay to not know what’s going to happen next and that it can be a good thing as well; one might even say we lose ourselves fully when we expect certain things from life and other people, and never stop striving towards anything.

How Do You Implement the changes?

Do nothing for 10 minutes. Sit down somewhere quiet where you won’t be disturbed and close your eyes. Take five deep breaths, slowly exhaling each one. Picture what you want to happen in 6 months from now – imagine this future event as if it’s actually happening right now. Imagine how it would feel to achieve this goal. Now ask yourself, “What am I going to do today that will move me a step closer to this goal?” If you have nothing, ask yourself, “What is the ONE thing I can do today that would move me a step closer to this goal?“.

Say something positive about your life. Say out loud: “I am a good person, and there is so much to be grateful for in my life.”

Things To Keep In Mind:

Simplify Your Life

Get rid of as many distractions and bad influences as possible and focus on what is truly important to you; one can only be truly free when they cut all ties with things that do not help them grow. Meditation, writing down your thoughts and vision, or spending time in nature are great ways to achieve this state of mind.

Make Small Changes To See Bigger Results

Small steps are far better than planning grandiose changes that you will never be able to follow through on. It is often the case that when we are feeling low, big changes are welcomed with open arms, but they can overwhelm us even more – instead, start making small changes in your life if one change seems too hard. One good example is that of healthy eating; don’t try to cut out all unhealthy food from your diet at once; just replace one meal a day with something healthier and keep building on this change until you have reached your goal. Another example is going for a new look, going from brown to blonde or trying a new hairstyle!  

Live In The Moment 

Life constantly moves forward, so it’s easy to get caught up in planning for future events or thinking about past blunders. If you’re not careful, this constant state of mind can lead to feelings of sadness or regret – so stop and take time out every now and then just to be instead of doing. Meditate, listen to calming music, go for a walk in nature – do anything that will bring your mind back into the moment you are currently living in.

Surround Yourself With Positive People

Negative people are everywhere, but they contribute nothing except negativity; hire positive people who will help you grow as an individual rather than drag you down.  

Appreciate The Good In Your Life

It is far too easy to look at what you don’t have and be dissatisfied with where you are in life, especially when you compare this with where others seem to be in comparison. Take a step back and appreciate what you already have, no matter how small it may seem – there will always be someone who is worse off than yourself.

Speak Positively about Yourself & Your Life

The words we say to ourselves when we are alone may affect us more than most people assume; your mind can only do as much as your thoughts allow it to achieve. If you tell yourself often that you’re useless or will never succeed, these things will become self-fulfilling prophecies; instead of focusing on the negatives in your life, recognize all the good things and give yourself credit for everything that goes right. The old adage “fake it until you make it” is more than just a saying because what you think and say about yourself is exactly what your mind will believe.  

There You Have It

If these steps are followed diligently over time, they will have a profound effect on your life in ways that can’t even be imagined yet – so take the first step towards changing your life today!

Willow Stevens

Willow is a mother of six who begins to feel the empty nest, with faer oldest child living with his long-time girlfriend in another state, and the next three begin their talks about jobs and the excitement of college and living alone. Willow started couponing in 2007 to save their family some money on the grocery budget. That's how Freetail Therapy was born, so that fae could share their knowledge of saving money with others. Though the site has become so much more since then, and now includes homeschooling and homesteading info, Willow still does it all on a budget and shares how. Willow enjoys snagging freebies, snuggling with their dog, Xander, drinking decaf coffee, gardening, cannabis and of course, their large frugal family.

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