Cultivate the habit of an after-dinner walk with your family. It doesn’t have to be long – 10 to 15 minutes to walk, talk and connect. If you have a commute, use the time to learn something new by listening to a podcast, a book on cd, or some other format. Pick a subject you’ve […]
Research is showing that creativity can have a positive effect on emotional well-being. Conversely, positive emotional states have been shown to increase creativity. “Recent experience sampling and diary studies have shown that spending time on creative goals during a day is associated with higher activated positive affect (PA) on that day,” states an article in […]
Day 23 Loosely defined, synergy is the cooperative or combined action of two or more forces, resulting in more successful or productive outcomes. “Combine forces. Create the synergy between resources and skills and be ready to share the spotlight, even if it means giving up a chance to sit in Oprah’s greenroom,” states Angela Mondou, in […]
If you’re wondering whether I practise what I preach, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” You can read about how and why on a guest post I wrote for Gloveman Supplies, Ltd. in the U.K. To see the article, please click: Health: What’s Your Game Like . . . .
I set the rice to boil, while I quickly went to edit a post on my new blog – A Rheumful of Tips. I was so engrossed with what I was doing that I forgot about the rice. As you can see in the picture, I made quite a mess of the pot. I could […]