Tip/Tidbit: In what area of your life would you like to see growth? Begin developing consistent habits in that area. Try one of the following suggestions and stick with it. You can reach any destination by traveling one step a day.
For spiritual growth, try spending the first 15 minutes of the day in prayer and Bible study. Attend one church service per week. Join a biweekly fellowship group or a Bible study and be faithful to it.
For a sense of fulfillment, choose a project like painting, gardening, or organizing and work on it for 15 minutes every day.Tackle those chores you've put off or those life goals you've set in the same manner. Following through on a few, regularly scheduled minutes of work is progress.
For a sense of well-being, take away one unhealthy food from your diet and don’t eat it again, or add one new healthy choice such as a vegetable or water to your regular meal/snack time. Another suggestion would be to incorporate fish in you diet once a week. Add 10 minutes of exercise to your weekly routine (nothing to something or advancing what you already do)
For mental stimulation, read one self-improvement article, chapter, or blog every other day. Have fun with puzzles or riddles every morning with coffee or in the evening to unwind. Learn something new every month. YouTube offers a plethora of materials as does any local library.
For relationship improvement, set a goal to accomplish with a loved one and stick with it. It can be as small as a 10 minute phone conversation every other day, an act of kindness every day, a specified compliment every day, or a thinking-of-you text every day. Larger things might include scheduling quarterly, weekend get-aways or bi-weekly counseling appointments. Steadily working on your own trouble spots like poor communication or expectations of perfectionism can be a great way to improve relationships as well.