Happy, sad, hilarious, touching, embarrassing…share your memories with others. Tell your story. Keep your soul alive by connecting with others.
Keep staples in your pantry & fridge/freezer like peanut butter, frozen veggies, jarred or canned goods, and spices, condiments, and oils. That way you can always throw together something to eat.
Instead of using a machine, use a French press to make your morning coffee. It is better for the environment, cheaper, and often tastier.
What’s the rush? Speeding increases your risk for an accident. Speeding puts you at risk of being pulled over and issued a ticket. Both of those will cost you time and money. Be smart and don’t speed.
Include artwork in your life. You can display it in your home. You can display it on your screen. You can add bumper stickers to your car. Add art to your workstation. Display artwork throughout the environments where you live your life.
Go places you’ve never been. Stop at curiosities. Camp along the way. Talk to strangers in diners. Ask locals where to go. Open your eyes to new experiences!
Try balancing on a slack line. It is very difficult at first, but with practice your balance will improve. It will strengthen your core and small muscles in your feet that help with balance. There are slack line groups that meet up in local parks. Challenge yourself to try it!