Like setting a kitchen timer and meditating for five minutes.
Or doing just one set of pushups, as many as you can do.
Or taking two minutes to think of ten new things you’re grateful for, and lucky to have in your life.
Or writing down one thing that you love about your significant other.
Any one of these simple things, if done every day, could have a big impact on your life. But as Jim Rohn used to say, and as this post is titled, the simplest things to do are also the simplest things to not do.