The elements of lifestyle

What is lifestyle?

Culture

The traditions and shared experiences of a group. Such as e.g: Holidays, music, art, …

Religion and spiritualitity

Participating in organized religion and/or pursuing spirituality

Fashion

How you dress and look at fashion

Enjoyable experiences

The habit of seeking out experiences that you find personally satisfying. E.g. travel and adventure

Hobbies and activities

Pursuing your interests. Such as e.g.: Painting, hiking in nature, …

Wealth

How you handle financial resources to secure them for the future

Work

Your job and work style. Do you follow a tight schedule or do you have flexibility?

Health

Your health level and efforts to stay or become healthy

City or country

The place where you live has an influence on your lifestyle. For example: living in a big city or in the countryside

Escapism

Enjoying fictional realities. E.g. reading, watching movies, video gaming, …

Social status

Social status is more than the appearance of wealth and can include things like physical appearance or the respect you get as a family member.

Personal reflection

Taking the habit of reflecting on thoughts and ideas

Fitness

Your level of physical fitness and activity, including your participation in sports and recreation

Consumption

Your behavior as a consumer. E.g., a shopaholic vs. a minimalist consumer

Environment

Your perception of nature and your impact on it

Transportation

How you get around. Walking or driving?

Social

Friendship, community, family, etc.

Nutrition

Your dietary pattern. Such as e.g.: preparing healthy food at home vs. considering meals as a social activity

Standards

Shared expectations of behavior. Such as e.g.: politeness, kindness, respect, …
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