“When the journey of self-betterment begins, we are always looking for ways to improve ourselves. It is a constant journey where we must be honest and open to change. Often we find improvement advice can be too metaphysical and theoretical. As a passionate advocate of growth, I’m continuously looking for ways to self-improve.” – Deniz Yalim
There’s a good chance you’re breathing wrong.
I seriously need to eat more spinach 🙂
Let me know if you try any of the spinach recipes below (from Jaymi Heimbuch at Mother Nature Network).
Looking for bite-sized morsels of wisdom and spiritual inspiration?
The site hackspirit.org offers regular posts on topics ranging from meditation to healthy lifestyle advice, and everything in between.
Below is a nice little collection of mindfulness tips from the Hack Spirit team that I found helpful.
Check out the mindfulness tips and let me know what you think.
“I’m sure you’ve heard before: “Live in the moment and you’ll be happy.” But as true as this statement is, it’s not exactly easy. How are you meant to live in the moment when your mind won’t stop?” – Hack Spirit
We all want to be happy, right?
Check out the video below for easy tips to make each day a positive experience.
This is really helpful.
Are you sick of noise?
Many people (including yours truly) are coming to the realization that silence is becoming increasingly harder to find.
If you thought your desire for quietude was somehow abnormal, think again.
New research offers evidence silence might have physiological benefits (besides simply feeling good), such as encouraging growth of new brain cells.
Starre Vartan (writing for Mother Nature Network) highlights the importance of silence in a new article (see link below).
Do you actively seek out a few minutes of silence every day?
“It’s gotten really loud out there — and constant noise is no longer confined to cityscapes.” – Starre Vartan
Here’s important health news for dog owners.
Passing along some helpful advice I spotted over coffee this morning. See link below 🙂
“Practicing deep diaphragmatic breathing for as little as five minutes a day has been reported to have a substantial affect on the improvement of our over all health.” – Conscious Panda
“If city residents all went to a park for a half hour weekly, there would be 7 percent fewer cases of depression and 9 percent fewer cases of high blood pressure.” – Melissa Breyer