Lifestyle is a way of life established by a society,culture,group or individual.This includes patterns of behavior,interaction,consumption,work,activity and interests that describe how a person spends their time
Lifestyle is the physical, psychological, social, and economical, values, interests, opinions, and behaviors of a certain individual, group or community. It is how they live their life. People around the world have different kinds of lifestyles, like healthy to unhealthy, or active to inactive.
Some people just go with the flow of how their lifestyle will be. Basically, if you don’t care for yourself then you might just end up with having random lifestyles. Nowadays we are all busy with work together with our social life, and because of that, we lose track of how our lifestyle is. So we always have to keep in mind of ourselves, our body, our mind.
If you are wanting to live a certain lifestyle, but some requirement for that lifestyle doesn’t fit you, you tend to stay in that lifestyle of yours, which will still lead you to remain in that lifestyle you were in – whether it is bad or a little good. But sometimes it depends on the person of what lifestyle fits for him or for her.
Identifying your primary and secondary lifestyle types will help you understand what makes you tick, and to design a life for yourself which targets your most significant sources of satisfaction and meaning.
If you are a hyperactive, outgoing, or a person who loves to always become busy or productive, this lifestyle is for you. An active lifestyle consists of having exercises daily, socializing with people, join groups or clubs in your neighborhood, and an active and healthy body and mind.
Having an active lifestyle doesn’t mean you should overuse your body or mind — keep in mind your body or mind, don’t drain your energy.
The Adventurer gets their satisfaction from memorable experiences, which usually involve some combination of travel, being in the great outdoors and the natural elements, exploring, learning, experiencing new or foreign things, and physically active pursuits.
Adventurers love to experience anything which gives them an adrenalin rush, a sense of freedom, or heightened sensory stimulation. They are brave and curious, and not afraid to try new things. They are competitive, but not necessarily against others, as they may see themselves as their own competition, having to beat their own high standards and set their own challenges.
A healthy lifestyle is close and fitting with an active lifestyle. In order to have a healthy lifestyle, you should choose your food, avoid junk foods, saturated fats, and sugar. Eat healthily. Have a diet and don’t overeat since it is not and never healthy plus it makes your kidney tired, which is not healthy too. Have a daily exercise like yoga, just simple exercises to keep your body and mind active and fit. Avoid bad habits and be a responsible person for your own body.
The Creative is someone who gets their satisfaction out of imagining things and then making what they have imagined a reality. For example, they may be an artist who gets images down on paper or canvas, a writer who gets words onto the page, a choreographer who creates a beautiful dance, or an architect who delivers an aesthetically pleasing combination of structure and materials that sits well in the landscape. They are also idea generators and problem solvers, and their creative process may equally apply to less tangible things such as conflict management or turning around failing businesses.
Creatives take great satisfaction from the process of creation, of imagining something and then implementing it in a way which accurately reflects what they saw in their mind.
The Nature-Lover is someone who finds their satisfaction in appreciating and feeling connected to the beauty of the natural world. They love to be outdoors in the fresh air, soaking up the wonders of nature. They appreciate the aesthetic qualities of nature – the textures, the colours, the scents and sights, and this is often reflected in their clothing, their homes, and their diet. They are fascinated by the patterns and intricate details of plants, animals, insects, trees, clouds, and rocks. They love to collect natural artefacts such as shells, stones, fossils, insects.
The Nature-Lover feels most at home in natural, earthy clothing such as wool, suede, cotton and linen. Of all the types, the Nature-Lover is most likely to be described by the people who know them as a ‘hippie’, a ‘tree-hugger’, or for women, an ‘earth mother’. Nature-Lovers are usually animal lovers, and the type most likely to have pets.
If you are an artistic, spiritual, musical person, this lifestyle fits you. To have a bohemian lifestyle you will tend to travel a lot, seek adventures, make time for you spiritual culture, artistic performances, and musical desires. You unleash the beast and go party, be an outsider, put in some boho outfits, and make a lot of friends.
The Academic has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and learning. They get their satisfaction from language-based activity (reading; writing; and the sharing of ideas), or from abstract, mathematical or scientific concepts and theories. Academics communicate best in writing, because they need to see things in words, numbers, equations or symbols on the page to really absorb, understand and develop ideas.
Academics are avid readers, mostly of non-fiction because of the pleasure of learning something. They are usually very emotionally invested in their typically large book collection. The Academic is usually an introvert, who lives vicariously through their own imagination. They may not be comfortable in large social gatherings, stereotypically preferring to be at home with a good book.
The Provider gets their satisfaction from making other people happy, especially their own partner and children. Providers make the best stay-at-home parent, because they get satisfaction out of creating a happy home environment. They may have a soft spot for animals, children and people in need. They like to fuss around people and look after them. When providers have jobs, they tend to be jobs that mimic the home-making parent role, such as teaching, catering, health or social care, pastoral roles, or jobs caring for animals. They tend to like job security. Providers are often good cooks, and have good DIY skills. Providers are peacemakers. They like to maintain happy, stable and calm home and office environments, and are quick to mediate any disputes, because they are at their happiest when the people around them are happy and content.
For people who want to live solo or incapable of not having anyone to be with them, mostly the very independent people. In solo lifestyle you will learn a lot like how to be much more responsible, you’ll learn to entertain yourself, you can do anything you want with no one judging you or controlling you, and you discipline yourself. Having a solo lifestyle is not lonely, you can still have friends of course, and who knows one day you might move on, on having a solo lifestyle if you meet the right person for you.
Hope you like this topic on “Different types of Lifestyles“. Please do leave a comment below on your favorite lifestyle and which one is yours..!!!
Untill Next Thursday!!
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Devika Vamsi Bhupathi.