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: 30-Minute Kettlebell Tabata Workout – A kettlebell, like many other fitness gadgets, can be used for exercises that target every muscle of the body. Combining a handful of those exercises in one session can lead to a challenging full-body workout.
Mind: An Antidote To The Age Of Anxiety – Our friends at Brainpickings have an interesting piece about the root of our human frustration and daily anxiety. It is our tendency to live for the future. So, what is the antidote? Learning to live in the moment and stop obsessing about the future.
Spirit: How Perfectionism Destroys Happiness – If you want to never be happy or satisfied with your life, one great way to do that is to raise your expectations to an unrealistically high standard that can never possibly be met. Don’t let perfect stand in the way of happy.
Life: One Old Tech Secret For High Achievers – Best-selling author Michael Hyatt believes that old school pen and paper is an essential life skill for high achievers. There’s something about the tactile nature of writing that engages our neural pathways as typing just can’t do.
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