Today is India’s 75th Independence Day, and I thought to write something unique like last year. Last year, I was new to blogging and that was my 5th blog. I had a fire and desire to write something interesting, and I got that idea randomly.
If you are now curious to read my last year’s 15th August blog, then check this out ⇾ The Tri-colour in food
Oh, sorry; I totally forgot about this year’s blog. This year, India marks its 75th Year of Independence. I think that’s really a big thing. I thought a lot about what I needed to write for this special day. Then suddenly, My shrewd mind gave me the idea for this fantastic blog.
So, without further ado, let’s discuss the things which you should get freedom from.
#1 Freedom from Bad habits
There are so many bad habits of ours that are harming our health. I think we need freedom from those habits. Bad habits like binge-watching, smoking, drinking, late-night eating, etc. These habits may sound relaxing to you now, but in the long run, these are harming you and your beautiful body.
We really need freedom from these habits. Our bodies are limitless, and these habits are actually limiting us.
“The thoughts and opinions expressed in this article are personal”. That’s the line I have learnt from my favourite blogger. Check out this blog to know some healthy habits ⇾ Healthy habits for a healthy life
#2 Freedom from avoiding the workout
I have mentioned this several times, why workout is important to us. Yet, some people still avoid it. We really need freedom from this mentality. By workout, I don’t mean you have to lift weights or do push-ups. You just need to do any activity, that is burning some calories for you and at the same time, is enjoyable. Activities like walking, dancing, swimming, yoga etc are the perfect examples.
FGW suggest you to get freedom from the excuse of not doing exercise and procrastinating it for the future. Change starts today. Your actions today will make your tomorrow happier.
After reading this blog, make a plan on how and when you will include a workout. And, how you will get freedom from avoiding the workout.
This blog of FGW will guide you a bit ⇾ How to start an exercise routine
#3 Freedom from toxicity
Recently, a fellow blogger told me that “they don’t appreciate positive Toxicity”. At first, I was confused, then I searched for what does it even mean. Then I thought about why they told that to me anyway.
Toxicity is a kind of behaviour that is harming your emotional wellbeing. Any kind of Toxicity is actually very harmful to you.
Personally speaking, it’s hard to understand toxicity, because people may look good in the beginning. But, if anything is bothering you, making you upset, putting you down or putting you in a doubt. Then, that toxicity is draining you.
Although, I am still trying to figure out what positive toxicity or passive-aggressive (another beautiful appreciation by another blogger) has to do with me. But, if you notice anything odd or depressing around you, you need freedom from that. I also had a person in my life, I named them parasite. Around them, I was never happy and with their endless depressive talk, I felt a lot of depression. It took me a while to understand it, but I got rid of them (No, I haven’t killed them).
#4 Freedom from disrespecting people
Although my niche doesn’t allow me to talk much about this, But, I will still say a few things about it.
We really need freedom from a mentality that disrespect, abuse, or hurt other people. By people, I meant Women, Men, Old, Young, Children, LGBTQ and everyone else. I hear about horrendous things happening to people and that makes me sad. I think we really need freedom from this mentality where we disrespect people.
We talk about equality, we talk about women’s rights, we talk about evenness, but are we following that? Are we seeing proper respectful behaviour towards women, elders, and children?
Look, I’m not trying to say my readers disrespect anyone, But I think, we need a positive change towards a direction, Where women are comfortable and happy, Where elders get proper respect, Where children are able to educate themselves happily, Where LGBTQ can move freely without any questioning eyes, and Where people can work in a conducive environment.
Hey, the blog got tensed. Let me lighten it up by wishing every Indian a Happy Independence Day. Let me know in the comments section how are you celebrating this day. If you are not from India, then let me know what freedom means to you. Indians are also welcome to share their opinion. And what are a few other things you think we need freedom from?
I hope you don’t say you need freedom from my blogs.