The mind and body are connected. How can you incorporate more movement into your day? Move—it does the mind and the body good.
“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” – Stephen Cove, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Did you know that exercise helps learning? Simply standing up from a sitting position increases the flow of oxygen and that impacts the brain’s ability to learn.
Less is more. With too much of what you don’t need, it’s hard to find the things you do. Where can you simplify to have more of what you really want?
Deal with daily stresses in healthy ways. Breathe, make time for yourself (journal, nap, read a book, draw), or play with your kids instead of tackling the dishes (they’ll still be there).
Improve your brainpower! Check out Braingle for free brain teasers, riddles, and games.
Move. Do something. Don’t worry about the length of time. Five minutes is better than none. Ten is better than five. Any amount of time you move is worthwhile.
Today, try not to think ahead to the future (even 1 hour from now) or replay the past; try to stay in the present moment. Be in this moment; know it for the gift it is and the peace it brings.
“Stress is the trash of modern life—we all generate it but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life.” – Danzae Pace
Did you know that the brain thrives on novelty and challenge? Brain boosters like mystery puzzles, Sudoku, crosswords, Wordles, or trivia can help keep the brain sharp!
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