Good stuff :)
Good stuff :)
From the page: "The ideas you allow into your mind, especially in the morning and just before bed, will affect your energy levels."
I understand that these are generic tips everyone gives me, but I really needed them now :)
Some good tips for energizing yourself first thing in the morning, except for the "don't drink coffee" tip. Coffee is all powerful goodness.
seven extra things to do in the morning. also 'boost your IQ by 15%' by eating strawberries for breakfast. who writes this shit?
I couldn't agree more about the coffee thing, but what garbage that last point is for talking garbage about talk radio "garbage." News and talk radio aren't always negative. It's informative! Yeah, sometimes the political corruption can piss you off, but perhaps people should be pissed about these things... Though sometimes the commercials are enough to counter the positives of talk (usually I just switch to something else during commercials).
It's the simple habits that establish our routine for life .. and actually help our life .. help our attitude, our productivity, our health .. let's all start practising
Found on lourdes-grace's blog
7 Simple Habits to Start Your Day with Energy & Vigor. Some simple tips to help you start your day on the right foot. The advice about drinking the water in the morning instead of the coffee is right on the mark.
a normal way to go ahead
personal fetishes posing as proven universals.
Simple habits can get your day off to a great start. They may seem obvious--but most of us fail to do simple things that can make us feel better. We don't take the time to live and be conscious, because we're too busy. But, in fact, it doesn't really take too much for us to find quality time for ourselves--as long as we have the energy for it.
From the page: "7. Turn off the news and talk radio." IGNORANCE IS BLISS???!!!
Some good advice.
Most of us fail to do simple things that can make us feel better.
So why, if they want us to quit coffee so badly, do they taunt us with a delicious looking cup at the top of the page? I like the rest of the advice, but I enjoy my morning cuppa joe a little too much to give it up. :)
Good advice in general, but coffee in moderation is actually healthy according to research.