How I'm Building Character In This Straightforward Life

Making a person is one of the main pieces of narrating. In this Blog post, I teach you how to create a realistic and three-dimensional character without needing any talent or experience in writing.

Maxing out Curiosity

One of the best ways to build character is by developing a strong sense of curiosity. When you're constantly exploring and seeking out new experiences, you're building up your resilience and adaptability – two essential character traits. And what better place to do that than in this simple life?

There's so much to discover, even in the mundane everyday things. By learning to see the world with fresh eyes, you can keep your sense of wonder alive no matter what life throws at you. So go ahead and max out your curiosity – it's good for your character!

Developing Discipline

In my previous post, I talked about how I'm using this simple life to develop character. In this post, I want to focus on one particular aspect of character development: discipline.

Discipline is an essential quality for anyone who wants to lead a successful and fulfilling life. It's the ability to control your thoughts, emotions, and actions in order to achieve your goals. Without discipline, it's all too easy to get sidetracked or give up when things get tough.

That's why I'm using this simple life as an opportunity to develop greater discipline. By keeping my life uncomplicated and my schedule free from distractions, I'm forcing myself to stay focused on what's important. And by regularly doing things that are uncomfortable or challenging, I'm building my willpower and my ability to stick to my commitments.

Of course, developing discipline isn't always easy. There are days when I really don't feel like getting out of bed for my morning run or meditating for 20 minutes. But I know that if I can push through those moments of resistance, I'll be stronger and more resilient in the long run.

If you're looking to develop greater discipline in your own life, I encourage

Using Gratitude

In this simple life, I'm using gratitude to help build character. Each day, I take a few moments to think about the things I'm grateful for. This could be anything from the sun shining down on me to a stranger holding the door open for me. By taking the time to appreciate the good in my life, I'm slowly but surely building up my character.

It's not always easy to focus on the positive, but I find that it's worth it in the end. When I make gratitude a part of my daily routine, I feel happier and more content with my life. And that, in turn, makes me a better person overall.

Accumulating Wisdom

One of the best ways to build character is by accumulating wisdom. In this simple life, I'm constantly learning new things and growing as a person. Every day, I'm faced with opportunities to make better choices and become a better version of myself.

I believe that wisdom comes from making mistakes and learning from them. Every time I make a mistake, I try to learn from it so that I don't make the same mistake again. Over time, I've accumulated a lot of wisdom that I can share with others.

I also believe that wisdom comes from listening to others. I'm always open to hearing what other people have to say, even if it's different from my own opinion. I think it's important to listen to different points of view so that you can understand where they're coming from.

If you're looking for ways to build character, I highly recommend accumulating wisdom. It's a simple way to improve yourself little by little, and it's something that you can do every day.

One of the best ways to build character is by accumulating wisdom. Every day, we have the opportunity to learn from our experiences and the experiences of others. By taking the time to reflect on what we’ve learned, we can start to develop a clearer understanding of who we are and what we want out of life.

One of the best ways to accumulate wisdom is by reading blogs like this one! By taking the time to read and reflect on the lessons shared, we can start to develop a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us. So, if you’re looking for a way to build character, make sure you add this blog to your reading list!


I'm so grateful for this simple life. It's given me the chance to focus on what's truly important: character building. By living a more intentional, authentic life, I'm slowly but surely becoming the person I want to be. And that feels pretty darn good.