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52 Tips For Happiness, Health And A Better Life

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52 Tips For Happiness, Health And A Better Life
We all want a happy, healthy life. The good news is there's so much information out there within easy reach that can help us do that. However, with so much information things can get complicated so sometimes I just like to step back and look at the bigger picture through a quick checklist.

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Have a Better Life

Have a Better Life
  • Simplify, unclutter and make space
  • Enjoy the many small pleasures in your life
  • Make time for family and friends
  • Take on less and make what you take important to you
  • Be with good, positive people who have your best interests at heart
  • Never stop learning
  • Judge others less
  • Learn how to say no without guilt
  • Act more and analyze less
  • Read more
  • Put the smartphone down and unplug from the networks occasionally
  • Find and live your purpose

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Increase Your Health

Increase Your Health
  • Floss
  • Eat more vegetables and fruits
  • Eat less sugar and processed foods
  • Make exercise and good nutrition life habits
  • Stress and worry less
  • Ensure your exercises are enjoyable, fit your personal goals and your body type
  • Sit less and walk more
  • Use the stairs more often
  • Improve your posture

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Increase Your Happiness

Increase Your Happiness
  • Smile more
  • Be in good company
  • Enjoy nature and the outdoors
  • Find time for travel and adventures
  • Seek out people, places, and situations that give you that warm fuzzy feeling inside and make you laugh outside
  • Get out and stay out of debt
  • Find and follow your passion
  • Help others and give back
  • Be grateful for the way things are
  • Stop comparing
  • Be playful
  • Dream big and try to make those dreams happen
  • Live life on your own terms

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