1: Make the Bed. I know this sounds crazy, but the advice I got from my grandmother years ago, which I never took, was make the bed every day. I thought logically that I'd just mess it up again that night. It took hearing it from my mentor Tim Ferriss's podcast that it gives you an easy win, and at least you accomplished something today. Now, even if it's a crap day, it gives a sense of control over one small item, and it's comfortable to get into at night. I highly suggest trying it.
2: Make a List. Start your day with a list of the two most important things you want to accomplish today. Don't write a list of 20+ things you're going to get a third of the way through before collapsing, and pick the things that if you only did those 2 things today, you'd feel like it was a win. After that, you can add more stuff, but commit to doing two things to move forward today.
3: Cut the Cord. Cancel Cable. It's just like watching an endless youtube ad these days, 90% advertising and spam and totally not worth the expense. Whenever we can buy our entertainment channels ala carte and not pay for 200 channels of spam for the 3-4 we watch, I'll re-evaluate, but now everything is available cheap or free online. This will save you so much time, aggravation, and money and it reduces the amount of noise in the world. Read a book. Watch a movie or series online. Go outside. Talk to your friends and family. Go to church. Go to the park. Unplug! Trust me, it's worth it.
Bonus: I highly recommend the work of Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, who's one of the most brilliant thinkers of our time. You can hear him on Joe Rogan's Podcast (twice!), on YouTube, and he has a clear and thought provoking way of explaining what's going on in the world today, and how you can improve your own life dramatically. He also has a course called Self Authoring that helps you get yourself and your goals sorted out. It's pretty amazing.