Weekly Hacks - Curated Tips To Improve Your Body, Mind, Spirit & Life

Weekly Hacks #71

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Weekly Hacks, is our curated selection of the best hacks we have found for your body, mind, spirit and life. Check out these self-improvement resources we have for you from some of our many digital colleagues. We select from only the best self-improvement blogs. Let us know if you develop self-improvement content. We might feature you.

Body: Why Exercising Now Matters For Your Future – Skipping exercise to work or play is like trying to increase your checking account by starving your retirement fund. It doesn’t actually work. We’re just redistributing pleasure and pain—more pleasure now, more pain later. So, don’t skip the workout.

Mind: Why Your Brain Needs More Downtime – Research on naps, meditation, nature walks and the habits of exceptional artists and athletes reveals how mental breaks increase productivity, replenish attention, solidify memories and encourage creativity. I believe it is time to take a nap right now.

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Spirit: A Psychologist Explains Why Materialism Is Making You Unhappy – Materialists lead unhappier lives — and are worse to the people around them. And it seems that social media might be fueling materialistic attitudes, too. This is all according to a fascinating interview the American Psychological Association posted in 2014 with Knox College psychologist Tim Kasser, whose research focuses on materialism and well-being.

Life: How To Conquer Your Bad Habits Forever – Here’s the good news: The sooner you recognize your own bad habits, the easier it is to fix them. It’s a matter of overwriting the old imprint on your neural pathways with something more positive, and that happens through consistent repetition of the new behavior.

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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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