When contemporary life and all its stress takes its toll on our well-being, it can sometimes feel like the strain can be too much. Fortunately, there are many ways to refocus our attention on the positive aspects of life, and the good news is that many such methods are neither expensive nor time-consuming.
Most of us once in a while encounter the situations that ruin our mood and upset us in such a way that we forget to appreciate the most important things in life. We transfer unintentionally our mood to the loved ones. Recurring negative thoughts can also damage your health significantly.
Your way of thinking plays an important role in your life because of the great impact it has on your overall wellness and success. Positive and negative thinking are learned habits.
Want to lose weight without feeling hungry? Then you should start by cutting 500 calories a day. If you create a 3500 calorie deficit in one week, you'll lose one pound of fat. It's that easy! Making small changes to your diet is all it takes to lower your calorie intake.
Our daily lives consist of habits. Habits are routines of our actions and behaviors that are repeated regularly and most often subconsciously. If you want to change something, you need to change your behavior. You need to start thinking and acting differently.
Do you have any idea how much sugar you consume, on average, daily or in a week? Many people don’t. Because most of the sugar they consume is hidden in processed foods and sweetened drinks. From sodas to yogurt, deli meats, pastries, sauces, breads and salad dressings, sugar can be found in most foods.
"We must never forget that it is through our actions, words, and thoughts that we have a choice." /S.Ringpoche/. "The possibilities are numerous once we decide to act and not react." /G.B.Shaw/. "Stay away from what might have been and look at what will be." /M.P.Sue/. "Renew yourself. Release that attachment. Today is a new day!" /S.Mariboli/.
“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states“ (Carol Welch). However, "physical fitness can neither be achieved by wishful thinking nor outright purchase“ (Joseph Pilates).