I Lived Like a Millionaire for 30 Days, See Where It Got Me

Date: 2019-12-26 11:00:06

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Hey there! You know these tips on how to become a millionaire by adopting certain habits? Well, I decided to challenge myself and start an experiment to check if this is for real. I adopted the rich people’s habits and tried to keep up such a routine for a month, recording my progress on video.

And you know what? It was an interesting experience. Although I don’t think I can keep it up any longer, I’ll certainly take some habits into my everyday routine from now on. I’m pretty sure they’ll bring positive change to my life.

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TIMESTAMPS:
My first morning 0:24
How I spent my time after work 2:41
My results after two weeks 3:27
My evening ritual 4:27
The last day of my month-long challenge 5:23
So what can I say? 7:04

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SUMMARY:
– This is the first morning of my challenge, and it’s REALLY early now. Like, 5 a.m. early.
– I want my morning joe now, but not yet. Up next is a bit of exercise.
– Scrambled eggs and a cup of coffee have never tasted so delicious! Alright, I’ve done my morning routine in just under half an hour, so it’s 5.30 a.m. now and I need to get down to business.
– I think I’ll go check my emails now. And there’s also a bit of cleaning up, washing the dishes…
– It’s 12.45 p.m., and I’ve done a lot of things already, but it seems my morning boost is wearing off. I feel… drowsy, at best.
– Junk food is on the blacklist now, so I’ll have a healthier snack. A bowl of fresh salad and some nuts seem a good enough option.
– The lunch didn’t really help — I think my tiredness has to do with the fact that I turned in late yesterday.
– After a day at work, I’d normally have some junk for dinner and either lie in front of a TV for a couple of hours or take my laptop and idly browse the web. Now, though, I have to change this habit.
– Okay, fine, dinner first. Something light and healthy, and I’ll have to eat in silence — no TV allowed. There are literally no thoughts in my head now, I just want to sleep.
– It’s been two weeks since I’ve started my challenge, and today I’d like to share my progress with you. So, I still get up at 5 a.m., and I’ve found it pretty convenient.
– By lunch time I still lose most of my energy, and I feel like it’s getting worse.
– The best parts of the day are when I get to check off a point from my to-do list. It gives me so much satisfaction!
– When I’m done compiling my next-day plan, I take a quick cool shower — cold water makes you want to burrow between the sheets, and that’s exactly what I do.
– When I’m warm and cozy enough to fall asleep, I turn off the lights and call it a day.
– So today’s the last day of my month-long challenge, and I must admit it’s been tough. Waking up has been growing steadily more and more difficult, and now I’m looking forward to getting some sleep.
– I do most of the important stuff before lunch if I can because after 1 p.m., it’s as if someone turns off my lights.
– When I come home in the evening, I’m downright exhausted. Even crossing out the things I’ve done doesn’t make my day.
– The experiment went not exactly as I thought it would.
– I hadn’t enough strength for my own leisure activities. And that’s a major mistake because you need to have time for yourself, or you’d just burn out one day.
– My mornings became much more productive, and I think that, if I had just half an hour to take a nap after 1 p.m., I’d be cool as a cucumber for the rest of the day too.
– I don’t think I’ll ever go back to watching TV after work — well, at least not so often as before.

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