What I’m Reading Wednesday: Best Response to “Why Aren’t You Dating Someone”?

“Because I’m busy working on myself Aunt Busybody!”

Like getting more fruit in your diet to reduce blood sugar.

Why does something so delicious and naturally sugary reduce blood sugar?  Some fancy word ***phytochemicals***  is the culprit.  But how?  Yea, even researchers aren’t fully sure.  What they do know is that the carbs are absorbed more slowly in the intestine because of it.  Kind of a big deal.  How do you like them apples?

Did you know … sugary fruit could help regulate blood sugar? – Kamal Patel at Precision Nutrition

Or going for more walks in the woods to boost your immune system.

Basically a bunch of studies have been done to show that a walk in the woods can help decrease or reduce the risk of:

  • Stress hormones
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Back pain
  • Virus infected cells
  • Depression
  • Heart Disease
  • Chronic pain

And more. Check it out.

Prescribing a Walk in the Woods– Kevin Carr from Movement as Medicine

And adopting a Zen outlook by procrastinating less.

A simple mantra to change your way of thinking.  Getting into a habit of returning your work/living space back to net neutral will make every activity going forward more efficient and stress-free.  (I personally strive for this everyday and it definitely appeals to my type A minus personality)
Wash Your Bowl– Thanh Pham from Asian Efficiency
Little Changes = Big Differences
“Mile by mile it’s a trial; yard by yard it’s hard; but inch by inch it’s a cinch.” – Anonymous

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