*Feng Shui is much more than just aesthetics. Clearing the clutter from your home, office, and work environments can and will change the rate at which you succeed. Start small with just your desk and see how you feel afterwards. You just might be amazed at what happens next.
*Cut out all refined sugar from your diet and watch your energy and focus skyrocket!
*Organic Spirulina is chock full of B vitamins and Iron you need to have amazing, boundless energy.
*Just starting your dream project can give you extra energy you never knew you had.
*Acupuncture can help “reset” your body if you are feeling under the weather or coping with acute or chronic illness. The sooner you start, the quicker you will feel better. Acupuncture can also help in kicking bad habits such as smoking, or helping you to cope with pain, stress, or anxiety.
*Feeling under the weather or blue? Try incorporating brown rice and steamed veggies into your diet. Try smiling for no reason. Smiling actually releases feel good chemicals in your body like dopamine, so even if you don’t feel like it, smile! It can change your whole perspective.
*Have Insomnia? Take a daily walk in a park on a sunny day to get some fresh air and sunshine. Vitamin D is best obtained by sunshine and actually acts like a hormone in your body. Walking outdoors in the morning will help you sleep very soundly at night. Also limit stimulants to early morning or eliminate them altogether. Adaptogens such as ginseng can give you the energy you need without interrupting your sleep.
Journaling gives your body a voice. Our body is our “sub-conscious mind” (Candace Pert). Events that happen to us are stored often in our body and in our cell’s memories. Journaling, talk therapy, and body work can access our subconsious mind and help us to release certain experiences we hold onto or that hold onto us.
“I do not believe that you should devote overly much effort to correcting your weaknesses. Rather, I believe that the highest success in living and the deepest emotional satisfaction comes from building and using your signature strengths.” ~ Martin Seligman, Ph.D. – Author, Authentic Happiness
Just For Today
Just for today, eat right.
Just for today, go for a brisk walk.
Just for today, make time to be alone.
Just for today, wear your seat belt.
Just for today, exercise your sense of humor.
Just for today, take care of yourself.