• Inspires you to think differently.
• Brings joy to a long life.
• Reduces stress and worry.
• Softens the heart.
• Helps you take risks.
• Brings out the “inner” child.
• It increases blood flow and slows the heart rate.
• Leads to a deeper level of relaxation.
• Helps reduce blood pressure.
• Reduces anxiety attacks.
• Decreases muscle tension and headaches.
• Builds self-confidence.
• Reduces Pre- Menstrual Syndrome.
• Helps in post-operative healing.
• Enhances the immune system.
Time with Old and Young
• Spend time with elderly and young children.
o Gives a sense of history and wisdom.
o Can have a connection with family.
o Have truthful and imaginative relationship.
o Have unpredictable and enjoyable outlooks.
o Are very thankful for the time and efforts.
• Top five “super foods” are salmon, pomegranate, walnuts, dark greens and flaxseed.
• Others include blueberries, pumpkin, dark chocolate, tomatoes, green tea, whole grains
and probiotic yogurt.
o Benefits include reducing cancer and heart disease, live longer and more
• Makes you look younger.
• Changes our mood and reduces stress.
• Is contagious.
• Boosts immune system.
• Reduces pain and blood pressure.
• Makes you seem successful and positive.
• Getting organized gets you focused on other more important issues. • Gives peace of mind.
• Gains space.
• Reduces stress.
• Saves money.
• “How Full is Your Bucket?” by authors Tom Roth and Don Clifton share that speaking
and living positively can ward off colds, improve coping, produce well-being and extend
your lifespan by 10 years.
• Living well in means letting go of negativity, water cooler gossip and character
• Keeps your mind sharp and improves memory
• Increases self-confidence
• Offers an inexpensive way to try something new
• Saves money as you learn to “do it yourself”
• Gives you a feeling of accomplishment
• Helps you meet people who share your interests
• Builds on skills you already have
• Offers an opportunity to learn a new skill or trade and increase