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“Most people are boring and stupid.” Oscar Wilde

Published on 5/15/2017
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Try not to work on Sundays.  Instead, hang out with friends, explore the city with a friend, catch a movie, exercise or simply do what you feel.  And without fail, that one unscheduled day can revitalizes and recharging our batteries for the week ahead.

Chill out on the stimulants.  Consuming booze, coffee, sugar and even fatty meals on a regular basis can have a dramatic effect on how you feel and your perspective.  Too much coffee can leave you wired and irritable.  Boozing frequently can keep you perpetually in hangover-recovery mode, and too much sugar can leave you feeling depleted.

 

But balancing your stimulants, drink more water.  Eat more fruits and veggies (with less butter and dressing), and do not overdo it with the stimulants.  Yes, these changes can be dreadfully boring, but your body and mind will surely thank you later.

Stay grounded with habits.  Habits can help keep one sane.  Meditate every day, exercise 2-4 times a week, eat 2 vegetarian meals a day and go to bed at 10 pm on weeknights.  In other words, habits provide stability in your life.

 

They keep you planted when the going gets tough.  If you have a bad day, your habit, whether that is exercise, meditation, reading an hour in the evening, will be right there waiting for you.  No matter how much the circumstances in your life change, your habits will not.  They can be your rock when life gets insane.

Balance your life.  Take a vacation.  Whether it is vacation, dining at nice restaurants or karaoking with your buddies, I recommend adopting the same attitude in every area of your life.  Do not overdo it, and do not underdo it.  Find a balance between the quiet times and the exciting times so you can live the life of your dreams.   We can discover ourselves by experimenting and find out what works best for us.

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