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7 Powerful Mantras to Stop You From Overreacting and Arguing with People, and other Weekend Reads

by Helen Lamanna,

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7 Powerful Mantras to Stop You from Overreacting and Arguing with People

Don't let the silly little dramas of each day get the best of you. Be selective in your battles. Oftentimes peace is better than being right. You simply don't need to attend every argument you are invited to.


10 Things Happy People Never Do

Most of us ask ourselves what we can do to be happier, but sometimes thinking about what you can do or should do is overwhelming. What about things you can simply stop doing in order to be happier?


10 Money Lessons I Learned From Dad

Whether it's for retirement, a savings account, or just something on which to spend your allowance, saving was drummed into me from an early age. "Pay yourself first" was another way my dad put it.


15 Minutes of Daily Walking Could Save Your Life | Psychology Today

Hippocrates wisely said, "Walking is the best medicine." A wide range of studies have established that regular physical activity has a better overall effect on well-being and longevity than any other medical treatment. Unfortunately, many people find it difficult to achieve the recommended quantity and intensity of exercise prescribed by most physicians. (This amounts to about 150 minutes of moderate exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise each week.)


Why Families Who Eat Together Are Healthier |

Social improvements were also linked to frequency of family meals. Teens who ate at the family table more often were more likely to show fewer signs of depression and feel that their family was more supportive, compared with teens who dined less often at home.


13 Reasons Tea Is (Healthy and) Awesome: |

Tea can boost exercise endurance. Scientists have found that the catechins (antioxidants) in green tea extract increase the body's ability to burn fat as fuel, which accounts for improved muscle endurance.


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