Weekly Hacks #24

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Each Wednesday, You, Improved pulls together a selection of the best hacks we have found for your body, mind, spirit and life. Let’s see what self-improvement resources we have for you this week from some of our many digital colleagues.

Body: Eight Yoga Poses For Neck & Shoulders – If you are anything like me, a day behind the computer leaves you with stiff, sore neck and shoulder muscles. There’s nothing like a little yoga to ease the pain. Give these eight poses a try. You’ll thank me later.

Mind: Mindfulness Therapy May Prevent Depression Relapse – Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) reduces the risk for depression relapse in patients with recurrent depression, with the greatest effect seen in those with the worst symptoms.

Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. —Les Brown Click To Tweet

Spirit: Should You Change How You Feel, What You Do, or How You See Things? – When reading personal development content, there are three main things you can hope to change in order to improve your life: how you feel (motivation), what you do (strategy) or how you see things (perspective.) But which is most effective? Read on.

Life: 3 Simple But Foolproof Strategies For Never Forgetting Another Name – I have a tough time remembering names. How about you? Here are three simple ways to help you remember the names of those you meet.

Got body, mind, spirit or life hacks to share? Drop us a note.

If you liked these hacks, you might want to check out some of our previous weekly compilations:

Weekly Hacks #23

Weekly Hacks #22

Weekly Hacks #21

Weekly Hacks #20

Weekly Hacks #19

Weekly Hacks #18

Weekly Hacks #17

Weekly Hacks #16

Weekly Hacks #15

Weekly Hacks #14

Weekly Hacks #13

Weekly Hacks #12

Weekly Hacks #11

Weekly Hacks #10

About the author

Harry Hoover

Harry is an author, writer-for-hire, speaker, and publisher of You, Improved. He has written three books: Get Glad - Your Practical Guide To A Happier Life, Born Creative: Free Your Mind, Free Yourself, and Moving to Charlotte: The Un-Tourist Guide.


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