Beep. Beep. Beep. Beep. 6:30am alarm. Snooze. 6:39am. Snooze. 6:48am. Snooze. [Cue my husband grabbing my phone and throwing it across the room so I’m forced to physically get out of bed to retrieve it.]
Success and happiness are often used as synonyms. And they should be! …assuming that your successes are your own, and not defined by others. For example, if your parents want you to be a doctor, but you really want to go to art school, getting into Medical school is not going to feel like a victory, and probably won’t make you happy long-term.
So, we’ve concluded that success on your own terms leads to happiness. What else do we need to be successful? Here is my list: (more…)
1. Improve your posture There is nothing more terrifying to me than seeing an elderly person who is completely with it mentally, but hunched over
so badly that their friendly banter has been limited to how nice your shoes are. Unfortunately, genetics do play a factor here, but there are lots of things we can do to maintain a good posture, and it all starts in our twenties. If you are not a ballerina, opera singer, or horseback rider you should read this list of 9 Ways To Improve Your Posture, like now.
2. Wear sunscreen & avoid overexposure to sun To some, this habit is something that
you only pay attention to on vacation, but (more…)