If you want to improve your habits, health, and happiness, wake up to some early morning exercise.
Seeing the order and happiness in those who don’t procrastinate have inspired me to do better
It’s those little, healthy habits that keep you going even in the midst of depression.
Running’s a miracle.
If you’re tired, feed your body all those good things it’s missing: good sleep, nutritious food, pure water. A happy body means a happier brain.
I think vegetables are the “miracle food.”
Eating more veggies isn’t a bad thing. You’d be amazed at how tasty they can be, and how good they make you feel.
Holiday indulgence isn’t much of a surprise. Most people pack on a few pounds thanks to Santa-shaped cookies and cream-filled cakes. But how does that affect your brain?
By simplifying my bedtime regimen, I can look forward to going to bed without navigating the minefield of routine.
A few weeks ago, I posted about finding joy and happiness through healthy habits. I said that a healthy body leads to a healthier, happier mind…and I stand by that. But…well, I blithely said that I would start by improving my sleep habits and signed off. It hasn’t been that easy. Not even close. Turns…
I want to start out by admitting that not all my habits are healthy. They’re not awful, so don’t go thinking that my history of depression (have I mentioned my history of depression yet?—Surprise!) has something to do with bad health, but they’re not as awesome as they could be. I run every day, try…