How Can I Live A Balanced Life?

If you’re a busy person, you have a list of things to do that’s so long it’s curling up at the edges. Juggling work, family, and friends are tough enough without adding a million other things to your “to-do” list. But there are ways we can make our lives easier by balancing our time and being more organized—and yes, even having more fun along the way!


1. Take more in.

Take advantage of your open schedule to take new classes, visit museums or travel to new places. If you find yourself feeling restless or bored, this is a sign that you may need to start doing things differently. You can’t always be taking in from others; it’s important to give back as well. Volunteering at a local school or soup kitchen can help you feel like your time and energy are being used effectively while also giving you something productive to do when you have free time on the weekends.


2. Make time to relax.

If you’ve ever felt like you’re always on the go and never have time to relax, this is a problem. Relaxation is important for your mental health and well-being. It also helps you sleep better at night and deal with stress in your life more effectively.


Here are some relaxation techniques that can help:

  • Meditate – meditation is one of the most effective ways to relieve stress, anxiety and other negative emotions. By focusing on our breath or an object of focus, meditating allows us to clear our minds of clutter and toxic thoughts that can cause stress in our daily lives.
  • Exercise – regular exercise is another great way to reduce anxiety levels by helping us sleep better at night so we wake up feeling refreshed instead of groggy from lack of sleep due to poor diet habits (eating foods high in sugar) combined with lack of exercise during daylight hours when we’re awake!


3. Give yourself a chance to rest.

In order to live a balanced life, you need to give yourself time to rest. Resting is not the same as relaxing; it is an important part of your schedule that allows you to re-energize so you can be productive and sleep well at night.


How much rest time you need depends on what age group you fall into, how hard you work, and whether or not there are any other factors affecting your health (such as sleep disorders). For example, adults ages 18-64 should aim for seven hours of sleep per night and older adults over 65 should strive for eight hours each night if possible.


4. Be more organized.

Set up a schedule for yourself.


In order to live a balanced life, it’s important to be organized with your time and space. This means being able to make plans and commitments in advance so that you don’t overbook yourself or forget about important events that could affect your well-being. Keep track of the things you have scheduled for each day on a calendar or planner so that you can always see what needs to be done next. If disorganization is an issue for you, consider using apps like Todoist or Asana (or even just pen and paper) as reminders of upcoming tasks and appointments; they’ll help keep everything clear in your mind so that there’s no confusion when it comes time to execute them!


Don’t let perfectionism hold back progress towards a more balanced lifestyle – embrace imperfection instead! Achieving perfectionism involves working hard at something until all flaws are eliminated but this often leads some people into depression because they never feel like their work is good enough for them even though others might enjoy it just fine; instead try making peace with imperfection by realizing its place within our imperfect world (it’s okay if there are some spelling errors here: we’re all human after all).


5. Cut down on caffeine and alcohol.

If you can’t quit cold turkey (and we wouldn’t recommend it), try switching to decaf or green tea and drinking less alcohol. Caffeine and alcohol can cause anxiety, insomnia, dehydration, and weight gain—not exactly the kind of thing you want to be dealing with when trying to live a balanced life.


6. Get moving!


  • When you’re feeling tired and overwhelmed, it’s easy to let yourself sit on the couch and veg out in front of the TV all day. But staying active is important in order to stay healthy, keep your mind sharp, and improve your mood. Try taking a walk or doing some stretches before bed; even if it’s just one small activity each day—like taking the stairs instead of the elevator—you’ll be doing your body good.
  • It’s also essential to get enough sleep: studies have shown that not getting enough sleep can lead to poor cognitive function, anxiety, and depression. Aim for 7-8 hours per night (or more if you’re feeling particularly exhausted).
  • The amount of exercise that people need depends largely on their age, fitness level, health conditions they may have (such as heart disease or diabetes), etc., so talk with your doctor about what kind(s) of physical activity would benefit you most!

7. Share the load with others.

One of the best ways to achieve balance is by not trying to do everything yourself. In fact, an important component of living a balanced life is sharing the load with others. That’s why we recommend asking for help as well as delegating tasks and responsibilities to other people. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it, or delegate tasks so that your workload doesn’t become overwhelming.


You’ll also want to think about how much time you spend doing certain activities outside of work and whether or not those activities are making your life more or less balanced overall. Do they genuinely improve the quality of your life, or merely provide distractions? If they’re taking away from other things that are more important (like spending time with family), then maybe it’s time for a reassessment!


8. Put yourself first sometimes.

It’s so important to take time for yourself. It’s easy to forget about this and let your life get too busy, but if you don’t put yourself first sometimes, you’re going to be exhausted, burnt out, and unhappy. If you’re constantly giving everything you have all of the time, then other people will notice that something is wrong even if they can’t pinpoint what’s going on with you. They’ll feel that tension between us; we might not realize it because we’re in our own heads but they’ll definitely pick up on how stressed out or tired we are.


I think that being well-rested is one of the most important things when it comes to being a good parent, partner or friend—or even an employee! You won’t be productive if you’re too tired; no one will appreciate having someone around them who’s always exhausted because they haven’t taken care of themselves properly lately (and especially not their loved ones). Plus there’s no point trying anyway since nothing gets done in such an environment anyway!


Happiness comes from within; however much money someone has doesn’t make them any happier than anyone else unless they use those funds wisely instead of just spending frivolously on themselves all day long every day until there’s nothing left over.”


9. Remember what’s important to you.

Remember what’s important to you.


We all have things that are more important to us than others. Your priorities will change over time, depending on your life experiences and circumstances. For example, if your parents get divorced or you lose a friend to cancer, the things that used to be most important may suddenly not seem as vital anymore. The key is to focus on what’s most important now and stay present in the moment—you’ll likely find that this keeps stress at bay more effectively than worrying about other people’s opinions or trying desperately not to make mistakes at work or school (which can put too much pressure on yourself).


10. Learn to delegate and ask for help.

If you’re a perfectionist, it can be difficult to ask for help, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. If you have a big project coming up, try delegating tasks to others and letting them take the lead on some of the work. You may find that they are just as capable—and much faster than you at accomplishing certain tasks.

When asking someone else to help with something, there are a few things you should keep in mind:

  • Be specific about what exactly it is that needs doing (i.e., don’t just say “Can I get your opinion?”)
  • Make sure they understand what resources they will need before beginning on the task at hand (i.e., don’t expect someone who doesn’t know how to use Photoshop or Illustrator will do both tasks)

Tips for balancing life

  • Be more organized.
  • Cut down on coffee and alcohol. Drinking coffee or alcohol before bedtime can affect your sleep, so you may want to avoid them in the evening hours.
  • Get moving!


Exercise releases endorphins that help relieve stress and boost energy, making it a great way to counteract fatigue and burn off excess calories that are stored as fat—two things that make it harder to lose weight when they get out of balance. Whether you’re working out at home or going for a run outside, getting active is one of the best ways to feel balanced again—and keep yourself feeling this way for good by making exercise a regular part of your life!

Angel Message Advice

Balance is an important aspect of life. It is essential for us to be able to appreciate all the good things that happen in our lives as well as deal with the bad ones. Balance helps us to not get too excited about the good things and not get too upset about the bad things.


Sometimes it is hard to find this balance. The first step is to recognize that you need balance in your life by paying attention to your feelings and emotions. If you feel like there is something missing or something out of whack, then that may be a sign that you need some more balance in your life!


Once you know what feels off, then it becomes easier to make changes and add more balance to your life. You can start by adding activities that bring you joy and excitement into your daily routine. For example, if you feel like you have too much stress at work, then take time on the weekends to do something fun like going for walks with friends or playing games with them! These activities will help keep your mind off things at work so that when Monday comes around again, it won’t seem so overwhelming!


Dear Angels in Heaven, 


I pray for a balanced life. 


I want to be able to work hard, but also play hard. 


I want to make sure that my work is fulfilling and meaningful, but also that it doesn’t take over my life.


I want to have time for myself and others, time for relaxation and fun, time for being active and taking care of myself physically. 


I want to be able to balance all of these things without feeling like I’m neglecting any one of them.


Please help me find the right balance in my life so that it’s always satisfying and fulfilling. Thank you!