THE GUTS OF THE STORY
Appearance is important to everyone. It’s one tool to help build something even more important. Not one single person on earth is perfect. Everyone has flaws. Most of them are never noticed by anyone other than the person themselves.
Consider your appearance. Don’t dwell on perfection. Perfection is an illusion. If you feel confident and good about yourself, no one will notice tiny imperfections you alone see in yourself. Brush those babies aside. Appreciate yourself for the incredible, unique individual you are.
We all have traits that set us apart and that are beautiful. Focus on making them the highlight of your appearance. Make those traits shine. Take care of yourself. Eat right. Exercise. Care for your skin and hair, as you do your body.
Too much emphasis on physical appearance can rob us from realizing what is even more important—self-confidence. The person we choose to share with the world is the deep-down, strong person inside each of us.
Appearance is the cover. Personality and self-confidence are what’s inside—the guts of the story. The essence of who we really are is what is important—the true identity.
Love yourself for who you are. Share yourself with those you choose to let into your life. Enjoy life.
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A cup of yogurt with live bacterial cultures has been shown to help GI issues, and it’s a delicious treat.
Recovering: Tomatoes have been shown to speed recovery from cold symptoms by three days. They help germ-killing cells work better, so you feel well sooner.
Constant stress causes the body to release too much cortisol, which lowers resistance to infection, contributes to poor sleep and high blood pressure. Reduce stress. Take a break. Practice deep breathing, meditation or simply rest for a five minutes a day.
7-8 Hours of sleep per day is important to good health.
Exercise — cardio and strength training — help increase your ability to fight infection. Try getting 15-30 minutes per day at least 3-5 times a week.
Positive thoughts reduce stress and inflimation and increase resistance to infection. Think positive thoughts.
Your subconscious mind believes what you tell it. Be careful what you think. Feed it faith, truth, love and happiness. That’s what it will create for you.
Fun cures stress. It’s medicine.
Smiles are like wildfire. One kindles another.
YOU are stronger than you think.
Decide to be happy. It’s your choice!
Focus on the Good. Good will come to YOU.