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About Matthew Killorin

I'm a wellness consultant and also an advocate for non-profit arts projects and human/animal rights. Interested in all types of art, movies, science, writing, and exploring new places.

Do you know about these 6 ‘healthy’ eating habits you are better off giving up?

You might be better off ditching these trendy “healthy”
eating habits.

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Try these yoga poses to correct your posture

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Good posture is one of those things that’s easy to overlook, but it’s so important.

Like many of you out there, I struggle with bad posture. I found the article below to be helpful because it offers simple yoga poses that focus on your back and core.

The post from Conscious Panda has tips on Mountain Pose, Cobra Pose, and three other asanas that can help you carry yourself more efficiently and healthier.

Source: 5 Yoga Poses To Correct Your Posture

Looking for inspiration to improve your life?

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Just wanted to pass along this bit of inspiration.

Check out a trio of my favorite blog posts from the past week – and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments. (See links below.)

Do you have a favorite self-development or inspirational blog?

9 Hard Things You Have to Do to Move Forward with Your Life – Marc and Angel Hack Life

Try This Powerful Psychology Trick to Break Yourself From Negative Thought Cycles – Hack Spirit

Think Meditation Is Boring? 10 Tips for Sticking with It – Yoga International

Good news – talking to yourself is not crazy

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Here’s good news for those who talk to themselves (like me).

Science says talking to yourself actually helps you psychologically

Starre Vartan, writing for MNN has the details at the link below.

“In fact, science has now shown that talking to yourself has a number of benefits. It can improve self-image and confidence levels. So as goofy as Stuart Smalley’s messages about being “good enough, and smart enough” were, science says that it’s beneficial to remind yourself of those things. Verbally. Out loud.” – Starre Vartan

Source: Why talking to yourself isn’t the least bit crazy | MNN – Mother Nature Network