Friday, May 9, 2014

 Accept where you are right now. It takes courage to embrace your current situation, to be present and loving toward yourself exactly as you are. Can you change your circumstances? Absolutely! But even talking about change puts us in the future. There's definitely a time for that, but for now, be where you are.    —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: Clutter weighs you down and is a major source of stress. Don't hang on to things just to hang on to things. Filter everything by starting with this question: Do I really love it? If you don't, recycle or donate it, and fill your home only with the things you love the most

 People who have fun, glow. They literally look younger and more attractive because they're content and happy. So be your own executive nanny and schedule a non-negotiable play-date ASAP. It doesn't have to be long. It just has to happen.    —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: Maintaining your physical balance is just as important as finding a balance between work and play, because it's a use-it-or-lose-it principle. The more you work it, the more likely you'll be playing golf at 75 instead of tending to a broken hip. Balance moves require your entire nervous system and body to work together, and they force your core to work overtime.

 You're worthy just sitting still. In music and art, the beauty comes from the notes and lines, as well as from the spaces between them. Sometimes doing nothing is the best investment in your health.   —Kris Carr

Chris Freytag's rule of the day: Think energy, not calories. When you're creating your meals, remember that calories are just units of energy. How do you want to fuel your body? With processed foods and chemicals that burn out quickly, or with nutrient-dense foods that power you through with sustainable energy? Think about calories as fuel, and you'll be more likely to reach for healthy foods automatically.

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