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6 Daily Reminders That Will Improve Your Life [Right Now]

May 16, 2018

6 Daily Reminders That Will Improve your Life [Right Now]

I think you will agree with us that adding these 6 Daily Reminders can improve your life right now.

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You don’t have to use all of them to get better.

Below there is a list of smart Daily Reminders that you can use each day, that make a significant impact on your overall wellbeing.

Just add them to your favorite day to day Task-Manager App or stick a note on your fridge or a place where you most likely to encounter it every day.

All you need is a Smartphone or a sticky note and few minutes of your day.

Add Reminder to Take Time for Yourself

daily reminders for yourself

We are busy. The society and its environment are getting faster and faster.

Technologies can fog our lives, but they can also be used for productive purposes.

Most of the people forget to take some to themselves because of their busy lives.

Almost everyone has a smart-phone at this point. A simple task-manager app can remind you to take time for yourself.

You deserve it.

Take a breath. Do something that you would like to do.

If you don’t have any ideas at this point, add some of these reminders to your task-manager app.

They require only a few minutes to setup them up for the entire week and can improve your life for the better.

Add Reminders to Exercise Every Day

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You don’t need to run outside. You don’t need to go to the gym.

There are “30 day challenge” apps that tell you what exercise you can do at your home, and they require ONLY 5 minutes of your daily routine.

Add daily Reminders to exercise. Challenge yourself to a 30 day challenge. They are very easy and can be adjusted for anyone.

Or simply take 20 minutes walk.

Your mind and body would be grateful.

Daily Reminders for Learning something new every day

daily reminder to learn something new

Learning something new stretches our brain muscle. This doesn’t mean going to the library every day. Knowledge can come in any form.

There have been numerous studies that learning something new can have a positive impact on yourself.

Some of the benefits:

  • Reduces stress
  • Improves our self-esteem
  • Give a feeling of fulfillment
  • Increase your overall Happiness

A Daily Reminder with our favorite app to learn something new every day can be an amazing experience.

The best part:

You can learn few words of a new language every day. It would take you few minutes, and before you know it within a year you can speak a different language. But not fluently.

Just search “Learn New Language” On your Play or App Store

This is very good for the brain because it creates new neurons. Your brain will either change the structure of its neurons or the number of synapses between your neurons increases. Allowing them to send and receive information much faster.

It doesn’t matter if you are 4 or 84. Learning a new language changes your brain – at any age, said professor of psychology, linguistics and information sciences and technology – Ping Li.

Here are other examples that can take few minutes of your day:

  1. You can learn upon a subject that interest you.
  2. You can learn to play a new music instrument.
  3. Learn a new quote every day.
  4. Learn another word within your own language.

Daily Reminder for a good book before sleep

daily reminders for a good book before sleeping

This Daily Reminder might take more than 5 minutes each day. And sometimes you can fall asleep after 5 minutes of reading.

But the best part:

Reading a book before you go to bed could help combat insomnia. A research study done in 2009 at University of Sussex showed that six minutes of reading reduces stress by 68%, also clearing the mind and readying the body for sleep.

Daily Brain Challenging Reminder to stay mentally sharp

daily aide-memoire for brain challenge

Lots of people notice the reduction in their memory soon after they retire.


Challenging yourself to solve a Crossword or play a game like Sudoku can help you stay mentally sharp. They are also fun, reduce stress and increase your concentration.

So go ahead. Make a regular reminder for mental sharpness.

Remind Yourself to setup goals through the week

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This kind of day to day remembrance can help you be more organized and less stressful. But also gives you a sense of personal satisfaction and motivates you.

The goals can be small. Just like these daily reminders. It would take you 15 minutes each day to exercise and learn something new. There you have it. Two Goals completed to overall wellbeing.

Now we know that there are days when you can forget because you were busy or from a different reason. That why we recommend you use a daily reminder app like Natural Reminders to help you with your tasks.

“The tragedy of life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goals to reach.” Benjamin Mays


These are some of the most effective and time efficient reminders that you can add for improving your overall wellbeing. 

With time your brain and body are gonna adapt to the whole process and be grateful for the small amount of time you put into this.

BONUS: Get Reminded by Voice to Strengthen your Task Memories.

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Some of our NR users reported that they find it more useful to get reminded of our voice feature.

Because most of the times, they just scan the notification text on their phone with their eyes and ignore it. And this happens because we receive plenty of notifications on our phones, so our brain gets trained to ignore most of them.

What this means is that by listening to the voice reminder, you actually think about the reminder itself.

The more you do this, the more you rehearse your memory


Below there is  a short NR video on how to add reminders by using your voice.

Or you can check this guide on how to add reminders on NR

Go ahead, apply these daily reminders for more productive weeks!

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