Monday 9 March 2020

Midlife Crisis Academy

An article about how Middlescence (like adolescence for older people) can be managed in a positive way to make the last third of life positive and healthy.

Focus less on proving yourself and more on improving yourself.

Saturday 7 March 2020

How to reprogram our subconscious

A podcast featuring  author Bruce Lipton who says sometimes the reason it’s difficult to make lasting change in your life is because the thing you are trying to change contradicts the subconscious programming that you received very early on.

His discoveries have shown that a person’s perception, not genetic programming, is what spurs all action in the body: It’s actually our beliefs that select our genes, that then select our behavior.

Our conscience is dictating our genetic makeup!

Three Lick Hacks to Help Adopt Tiny Changes

NPR, as part of their Life Kit podcast, interviews the author BJ Fogg, a behavior scientist at Stanford University and author of the new book Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything.

We may have heard about the tiny tasks, but the author goes one further by associating them with, in the ways, with items that we may already do that will make the tiny change even easier!

A Better Day without adding anything to it

Psychology today has an article that extols the benefits of noticing positive moments and interactions in our daily life.  It's a way to improve our overall experience without adding anything to our busy schedule.  It’s excellent self care by simply consciously noticing what it’s spread there.

There are 50 examples!

Mindful Eating

A video from Greater Good extolling the benefits of taking at least one bite of your dinner in a mindful manner... savouring the feeling, smell, taste, sound and look of the food.  Meals will go from being something you plough through, to a sweet, relaxing moment in your day... and soon without any wiper at all, you will be calmer and developing better eating habits!