Thanks to Hack Spirit.
If you’re a coffee-lover (like me) then you’ll love this report from CBS News, which dropped today, July 10.
The weekend offers a chance to slow down, relax and contemplate eternal questions.
Do not be blown around by positive and negative thoughts and emotions brought by life experiences. Maintain distance as an observer and not be attached to the need to control outcomes. – The Bhagavad Gita
Sometimes I allow minor interactions with people to bring me down.
Because I feel they didn’t treat me the way I should be treated.
But then I remember how other people treat me has absolutely no importance in the long run and I alone control my response.
Check out the post below from hackspirit.com for more inspiration.
Passing along an interesting article on a food you might not give much thought to – mushrooms.
The info comes to us from the folks at MNN.
Angela Nelson has compiled a host of facts about mushrooms with amazing properties. (See link below.)
Let me know what you think 🙂
“Over the last few years, we’ve had several “foods of the moment,” including turmeric, chia seeds and beets. But more recently, medicinal mushrooms seem to be the latest inductee to the list, thanks to their numerous science-based health benefits, from reducing inflammation to destroying cancer cells and boosting immune response.” – Angela Nelson
Whether you have a long-time meditation practice or you’re just beginning, these inspiring quotes offer timeless wisdom. (See link below.)
Thanks to Deniz Yalım 🙂
“I gathered essential insights from 16 different meditation teachers. Each quote is a meditation in itself.” – Deniz Yalım
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).
Sharing helpful fitness tips to shake up your exercise routine 🙂
Thanks to Charlotte Andersen and Greatist for the the info (see link below).
“Planks are the MacGyver of bodyweight movements: They’re super tough and great for almost any situation. The versatile move is best known for working your core, but planks also engage more than 20 muscles, including your shoulders, back, arms, legs, and glutes.” – Charlotte Andersen
I found some new tips in my never-ending search for a perfect night’s sleep (see link below).
“Snoring? Can’t fall asleep? Waking up in pain? We’ve got you covered.” – Insider
Confession: Until very recently I had never heard the term “pulses” to describe a variety of lentils, peas and beans. However, after reading this article on fix.com I know way more about this important source of nutrition.
Check out the infographic below for quick tips on including healthful pulses in your diet.
Source: Fix.com Blog