Thinking of cultivating some habits of your own? Here are some ideas for you:
Move your Body
“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” ~John F. Kennedy
- Do 10 minutes of yoga every day.
- Take the stairs every chance you get.
- Do 10 pushups or situps or squats every day.
- Sit and stand up straight.
Feed your Body
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” ~Hippocrates
- Eat small meals.
- Eat mindfully.
- Eat breakfast within 30 minutes of waking up.
- Eat vegetables.
- Eat fruit.
- Drink more water.
- Cut out alcohol.
- Cut out sugar.
- Plan your meals ahead of time.
Take Care of your Body
“By cleansing your body on a regular basis and eliminating as many toxins as possible from your environment, your body can begin to heal itself, prevent disease, and become stronger and more resilient than you ever dreamed possible!” ~Dr. Edward Group III
- Spend 10 minutes every day grooming (nails, bath, hair).
- Dry brush.
- Go to bed early.
- Floss your teeth.
- Switch to natural cleaners.
Feed your Mind
“Nurture your mind with great thoughts; to believe in the heroic makes heroes.” -Benjamin Disraeli
- Read every day.
- Write every day.
- Watch a TED talk every day.
- Learn a new language.
Calm your Mind
A clear and focused mind will last a lifetime. Getting your mind in shape is nothing less than the key to sustainable success in the world. – Russell Simmons
- Meditate for 10 minutes every day.
- Do yoga.
- Breathe deeply for 2 minutes.
- Paint or draw or do something creative every day.
- Repeat a calming mantra in your head.
- Get outside.
- Choose positive thoughts.
- Be grateful.
- Wake up early.