Changing your habits in the name of greater happiness is one of the best things that you can do for yourself.
Your happiness is a deep, personal journey. If you want to create an authentic sense of joy, write your own rules for staying positive.
No. 2: Take yourself on a “happiness date.” Use that time to do something that makes you happy, regardless of what other people might think or say about it.
Notice what you’re noticing.
Colorado’s premier restaurateur shares one of his favorite healthy(ish!) recipes: pasta with bitter greens.
Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders once said, “If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good.”
‘The reality is that you need to prioritize your health or else you risk running out of energy to move your business forward.’
Bring friends and family along on your healthy eating journey.
‘My primary goal is to stay as strong as I can as long as I can, both mentally and physically.’
Getting older doesn’t have to suck. Fitness phenom Jillian Michaels offers a self-care guide to look better, feel better and live a longer, fuller life.