6 Tiny Victories That Proves You’re Doing Okay In Life

We celebrate things when we’ve accomplished something huge like a job promotion or special events like birthdays and anniversaries.

But life hard and you should never stop congratulating yourself for coming this far. You don’t need to wait for major victories before having a reason to celebrate. The small victories are just as important too! If you can check off at least four out of six points, tap your back. You’re doing great in life!

1. Finally taking control of your to-do list 

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Procrastination? That’s one word you never want to use ever again! In fact, having a to-do list and following through it is a major step in adulthood. Good job!

2. You’re Marie Kondo-ing your home 

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Makeup products that are expired four years ago? Gone. Clothes that no longer fit you? Gone. It can be hard to let go of personal items but if you’ve taken the time to de-clutter your space, you are already organizing your life.

3. You have a morning routine

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We often underestimate the importance of having a morning routine. For example, making your bed. It can seem like a small act but when you do it, you’ve accomplished the first task of the day. Yay, only 99 more tasks to go! Where the coffee at?

4. Better at communicating with your loved ones 

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This is more than just checking in with your parents. It’s about you being a better listener to a friend in need. No more childish quarrels, you’re putting your big girl pants on and conversing like a lady.

5. You don’t owe anyone money 

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We could have easily written, you pay bills on time but victory is when you absolutely don’t owe anyone money. Your bills are paid and you have enough money to last the month because of your hard work. Bad debt can setback your life and you definitely don’t want that!

6. Learning to say “NO” when you need to 

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Congratulations, you’re getting comfortable with the word “no”! Which is great because now you’ve not succumbed to peer pressure and is okay with having things your way. Honestly, if you just don’t feel like partying on a Friday night because you rather be sipping wine at home on the couch, just say NO!