Tuesday, May 13, 2014

DAY 13
 Wrangle your stress. We hold so many issues in our precious tissues. To handle them, try meditation, hiking in the woods, pottery, yoga—anything that gets you out of your head and into your heart and body.    —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: I like to rearrange the four letters of "diet" into "edit." A diet supposedly means eating healthy, but because you're often cutting out entire food groups, diets lead to deprivation. Eating healthy should be a pleasant—not miserable—experience. In contrast, editing means making healthier choices and being conscious of what you're putting into your body, and allowing yourself indulgences every once in awhile. Here are 16 amazing healing foods to get you started.

DAY 12 Cook a couple of meals on Saturday or Sunday, and you'll have several healthy weeknight dinners ready to go. Double or triple your favorite recipe and freeze the leftovers for a quick meal when you're in a pinch.    —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: Take a breather. You've made the pledge to follow this challenge for 28 days, but don't get bogged down thinking each day has to be perfect. You're allowed to stumble and mess up. Make sure you set aside a moment to just relax. You'll feel better and more committed to reaching your goal. Try these 2-minute tricks for a happier, more refreshed you.

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