Wednesday, August 26, 2009

How to Burst Out of Bed Each Morning

SHOOT: J this is for you...and for me. I do miss that childhood sense of hating the thought of being in bed because otherwise one might miss something. It's love of living rather than fear of living.
The King and The Pauper Way Of Eating: The way our bodies function optimally is if we eat like a king in the morning and a pauper in the evening. This means that it's best to eat heavier, bigger portions in the morning because these meals will give us high energy throughout the day and then burn off.
Living With Purpose: Young children will do anything to avoid going to sleep at night. These same children are also the ones that can't wait to get out of bed first thing in the world. The simple reason for this non-lazy behavior is that they don't want to miss a thing.
Plan Your Day: We can say we're going to live with purpose, but unless we plan, we can tell ourselves that we'll start living with purpose next week, or the week after that.
“Happy people plan actions, they don't plan results” - Dennis Wholey
"Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness." - Edward Stanley
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