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12 Steps to Making Me More Healthy

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#1

-- Stop avoiding stairs. Stairs are my new best friend.

#2

-- Drink more water. American's are way more dehydrated than we realize.

#3

-- Read more. A happy mind is a less-stressed-out mind.

#4

-- Eat more veggies and fruits. Especially local varieties.

#5

-- Eat smaller portions of a higher variety of foods. Boredom of the tastebuds leads to overindulgence.

#6

-- Stop using the computer in bed. Beds are for sleeping in, not working in.

#7

-- Go outside more. I hear there's this new invention out there called fresh air.

#8

-- Stop stressing about my shops so much. Make what I love and people will follow.

#9

-- Make an effort to get to church every week. God loves meeting me there.

#10

-- Clean / throw away stuff more often. Dustbunnies clutter the mind as well as my living space.

#11

-- Make more art. For fun, not for profit.

#12

-- Eat less processed "food". Because it's not really food anyway.

Comments

  1. I like your 12 steps. I'm gonna give some of them a try too.

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  2. This is a great list. I hope you will consider linking up on my Healthy Tuesday post tomorrow. :)

    ahumblebumble.blogspot.com

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  3. This is a great list!! I try to do a lot of these things...some I am more successful at than others. The fact that "fresh air" in non-existent in Manhattan is really prohibiting me from accomplishing #7. And #3 would have a negative effect on me...I already read too much [law school=tons of horribly boring reading that makes me think too much]. I'm pretty good at 4, 5, 10, 11 & 12. For me, I'd need to add less TV & less solitaire on my phone to the list!! I need to find another way to relax that isn't so bad for me!! Good luck with accomplishing your list :)

    Linda

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  4. Great list. And I think reading does wonders for personal sanity and health!!

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  5. Awesome list, I am working on a 90 day cleanse right now... not perfect at it but working on fulfilling a commitment to myself:)

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