Monday, November 30, 2009


Laughter increases your body's immune system and reduces the production of cortisol. Cortisol is the stress hormone that has a negative, destructive effect on just about every part of your body. It's especially bad for your heart.

The positive effects of a good, hearty laugh will help you live longer, healthier and happier, especially if you make it a daily habit. Make it one of your goals to find something funny to laugh at every day.

Read the funnies, watch a comedy show or old movies like the Three Stooges, Abbott & Costello or The Road Runner.

For a longer, stress free life, find something that tickles your funny bone and get a good laugh in every day.

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Friday, November 20, 2009


The first key I talked about was to live in the here and now. Key #2 is to be grateful. Happy people focus on what they have and not on what they don’t have or what they would like to have. Happy people are grateful for what they have and receive and recognize that their life is already blessed.

You can’t be happy when all you do is focus on what you don’t have. When you focus on what is missing from your life you can’t help but make yourself depressed.

We are and we become what we think about and what we talk about most. Pay attention to what you don’t have and you become negative and unhappy. Pay attention to what you already have, to how blessed you already are and you will not only stay positive and happy but you will also attract more of the good “stuff” into your life. Why is that? Because, when you are happy you are more motivated to do more and to try different things which gives you a better chance for more happiness and success.

To change your focus from what you don’t have to what you do have, do this exercise every night for the next 30 days. If you do it in writing, it will work for you.

Get a notebook and every night before going to sleep write down three things you are grateful for. Try to make them relevant to that day. Don’t just write the same three things every night. Writing I am grateful for my parents, children and my nice house every night for 30 days will not change you. Put some thought and effort into it. Next, write out why you feel grateful for each item you chose. Then, close the book and go to sleep. Your positive, grateful thoughts and feelings now get to percolate all night in your subconscious mind. After 30 nights of this, you will find yourself feeling more positive about your life and you will be happier.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009


One of the easiest and quickest ways to lose weight involves starting to eat healthy. Healthy eating includes eight servings of vegetables and fruits every day. If these eight helpings substitute for other fattening foods you will lose weight. You will become healthier because you are adding the fiber and cancer fighting antioxidants in fruits and vegetables.

If you are one of those people who don’t like eating vegetables or fruit (as many of you don’t), start by adding just one helping a day. For most fresh or cooked vegetables and fruits, one serving is one-half of a measured cup. That’s right, eat healthy and lose weight by adding just ½ cup of healthy food to your meals. After one week, add a second helping of a different food to a different meal. Do that for a week. Each week, add ½ cup of a different vegetable or fruit to one on your meals. In eight weeks you will be there, eating healthy. As you are adding these healthy foods to your meal plan, eat less of the fattening foods and you will be losing weight in the process.

By going slowly, you allow your mind and body to get used to your new behavior. Healthy eating and weight loss will become easier and less stressful.