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Cooking parties Or instead of doing all the cooking yourself, invite your friends over to cook together. Have everyone bring ingredients to make a healthy dish, then chop, stir, and heat. As a bonus, you’ll cook way more than the group can eat that night, and everyone will have healthy leftovers for the week!

“I should start eating better. But I can’t, because I have that big social event coming up. Oh, and I’ve got drinks with Carol the week after ” This thought is so common among my clients that I gave it a name—I call it, “Moving the Starting Line.” The biggest problem with moving the starting line. Pro-tip: you can also use this as a gift idea for your friends! 10.

Create your own social events. If you have a certain skill that your friends always say they’re jealous of, like cooking or decorating, use it to your advantage. Host a day of teaching your friends how to be great at that thing and you won’t have spent a dime!

Eating healthy takes more than just following a fad diet, even for those with real food allergies. Two Austin women entrepreneurs have found. Exercising three times a week for three months in a row will strengthen your body, improve stamina, posture, eliminate backache, improve sleep, focus and trim some weight. Most importantly, making exercise a part of your lifestyle leads to a better life in general.

Do not sacrifice your sleep. Sleeping is like a substance our body craves and needs. How To Save Money Fast Without Sacrificing Your Sacred Social Life. one of the easiest ways to begin cutting your spending habits the Eureka Blaze 3-in-1 Swivel Handheld and Stick Vacuum.

If you exercise for just five minutes of every hour at work, you’ll accumulate an extra 40 to 45 minutes of activity by the end of the day. More: How to Eat Healthy Without Sacrificing Your Social. Here are 10 tips for improving your diet without sacrificing taste. Stick with “real” food.

So-called “diet” foods are often higher in sodium and sugar, which could include the artificial sweeteners. Avoid “lite” foods and just eat a little less of the full-fat versions. Spice it up. Caraway, cardamom, cinnamon, and cumin will aid in reducing gas and bloating, as well as add taste. Replace red meats with healthy foods you enjoy.

Start as small as possible. Just do 5 minutes the first week, and try to be consistent as possible. Then do 10 minutes.

Small change is by far the most effective method I’ve used for changing habits. Slow change lasts. Make it social. Find a partner or group to change the habit with you, so you’re more likely to stick with it.

Avoid interactions with family or friends. This habit is a bit misleading-you shouldn’t ignore your family members if they need you, obviously, but don’t make working from home a group activity.

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The tried-and-true method for forming healthy habits is a little like drudgery: you force yourself to do these actions day in and day out until one day (hopefully!) they become a habit.

“Visualization for Weight Loss: The Gabriel Method Guide to Using Your Mind to Transform Your Body” by Jon Gabriel
from Visualization for Weight Loss: The Gabriel Method Guide to Using Your Mind to Transform Your Body
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The book lists all healthy habits that I had to inculcate in myself and how I did that.

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Whatever you find, by discovering your responses you can create a new plan, breaking your old habits and forming new, healthy behaviors.

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I would never ask you to alter your habits indefinitely, but just as an experiment, shut off your phone and allow yourself to be bored for a few minutes every day — like, say, while you eat lunch.

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Habit goals, on the other hand, involve regular, ongoing activity, such as a daily meditation practice, a monthly coffee date with a friend, or walking each day after lunch.

“Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals” by Michael Hyatt
from Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals
by Michael Hyatt
Baker Publishing Group, 2018

To create a habit, choose a new routine and follow it diligently for at least a month.

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For example, you can develop a habit that will make you “need” to work out at the gym.

“Principles” by Ray Dalio
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Just as you can replace unhealthy behavioral habits, such as smoking or drinking excess coffee, with more positive, healthpromoting behavior, so can you replace unhealthy thinking with more positive, supportive mental habits.

“The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook” by Edmund J. Bourne
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by Edmund J. Bourne
New Harbinger Publications, 2011

Instead, look at the habits that are neutral (going to the store, feeding the dog) and attach new, healthy habits to those.

“How to Get People to Do Stuff: Master the art and science of persuasion and motivation” by Susan Weinschenk
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by Susan Weinschenk
Pearson Education, 2013

Select one positive habit pattern or behavior that you would like to develop, and for the next twenty-one days, discipline yourself to think, visualize, verbalize, affirm and behave in a manner consistent with the new habit you want to develop.

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  • Dance class is THE BEST!  Met hundreds of people at dancing. You physically interact which communicates without words, and you will find yourself attracted to people you might otherwise have dismissed. TRY IT YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE!!!

  • Can’t agree more on the skincare part, I’m doing just that these days. More, because of the lockdown situation and guess what, it gave me inspiration to start my own YouTube channel:-) I am so excited…

  • Honestly, fuck this. There are so many reasons why a guy might not have a social life. If a woman rejects you because you aren’t going to a bunch of parties and shit, then she has misplaced values and you deserve someone who will accept you as you are.

  • Where are these normal, healthy, well balanced women whom prefer their dates/mates to live a ‘party’ existence and to enjoy fairly artificial sounding pop-up social life?

    I have a limited social life on account of the fact that I have a chronic illness/limited energy, am virtually T-total, and am quite selective about whom I hang out with. I still have plenty of dates and opportunities to have/continue reasonably sound relationships with desirable and discerning women. Sure, it’s important to have other stuff going on in one’s life, if at all possible, but that doesn’t have to be (random) social stuff, so long as you’re attractive/can generate attraction, have reasonable social skills (granted, a function of socialisation), are secure in yourself, engaged in the things you do, and can achieve balance in your relations/relationships. Women are social creatures, men less so. Most worldly wise women know and accept this, and 9 times out of 10 if you are matter of fact about your particular wants/needs, lifestyle and habits, women will just go with the flow they respond well to confidence/conviction, as well as an air of ‘take it or leave it baby’

    I would also certainly not consider it a great loss if a girl didn’t want to go out with me on account of a lack of (perceived, social) ‘busyness’ in my life how shallow/pathetic is that!? What’s more, many women moan about how guys are often too busy for them as it is, and they get sidelined e.g. ‘bros before hoes’, ‘always at the gym’ (women often become suspicious when their partners start hitting the gym a lot, in fact), ‘watching the footi with the lads’ etc

    I’d also add that suggesting that guys just ‘turn up’ to events is a good way to suddenly get this busy and rewarding social life is a nice idea, if a tad naïve in many cases not least given the correlation between blokes who don’t have busy social lives and introversion/poor social skills/low confidence. If such random endeavours REALLY “suck”, it can knock a guy’s self confidence and desire to self improve, which are major sources of attraction, hence potentially counterproductive in the extreme!

    Classic example of why one should take (male oriented) dating advice from girls with a pinch of salt. Yes, it’s healthy to aim to socialise (mostly for the sake of wellbeing, rather than cynical ‘positioning’ to impress a mate), and to make productive use of our time (mostly for the sake of staying sane), and friendly, social, socially adept and popular people are often attractive to us, but attempting to randomly generate a meaningful social life is neither all that easy nor some kind of golden ticket to a great relationship with a great gal

    Ok, that’s enough preaching for today I’m off to grab a ‘green juice’ with my ‘yoga pals’, toodles! x

  • Hey, I love your videos a lot, especially the social experiments, but I’d like your channel even more if you had more girl’s and women’s advice related videos.
    (for example how to make a guy more interested in your personality than your physical appearance.. ) thanks x

  • Wow,I feel I’ve been under a rock for awhile…but no more you have so many good ideia’s and when you said the last one I decide to subscribe. I’m now in my 60’s and we raised 4 kids now in their 20’s. Our first grandchild is one and new happy!! I’m listening and will share this to my adult punkin’s too. Blessings to you and your family.

  • I guess then I am out. I am not a person that can be around a lot of people for very long. I do what I can but being a party person or big social butterfly. Will never be me I just do not have the Brian or nerves to make it a option.

  • Studying in public like in a library or on campus (or in nature like a park) helps me to get in the vibe and get focused on my tasks. Going to the library means I have a purpose which is to study a certain task for a certain amount of time. So if I get distracted, then it wouldn’t make sense for me to be in the library. And I would count the time I have left to take advantage of the library’s environment. The library becomes a place designated for studying. And having people around in a public place means I can’t get distracted with the going back and forth to the kitchen, my bed, or getting too comfy in general. The bad habits stay at bay.

  • Hi so before i ask my question a quick story if i can call it so:Im 16 its summer vacation and none of my friends want to hang out(they rather play games,watch movies AT HOME….).Wouldnt it be weird if I just showed up at an event like a concert or party alone. I mean even if i went alone and find new people there I would look like a complete loser going to a party alone. Please I need advice I dont know how could I survive the summer vacation or most of it alone. Thanks for the help

  • I just installed porn blocker which I made myself so that I can not access porn material.But I fear that some day I may uninstall it because of my habbit of watching porn.What should I do in that moment?

  • I Just unfollowed everyone and everything in facebook, then i realized i don’t need it anymore, then Instagram then twitter, I’m just happy right now without it

  • I read fanfiction every day.
    I did my friend’s homework today.
    I don’t even have a blanket. My bed is always breathing.
    I’m like a cat. I stretch all da time for fun.
    Taking as much care of my skin as I can, given my limited funds.
    All I need to do now is get probiotics, red light and a dry brush. smirk

  • The truth it seems that some women prefer being single even in relationships. They want a part time lover. They dont want all your attention and are happy if your away. There are men and women like this. Nothing wrong with that but dont say you want a relationship or not to be single. If all you want is money or sex then keep it real. There are more people in our society today that like being single and this is the new normal. Healthy people want lots of positive attention from their partner. That is not crazy but the meaning of love.

  • well, i’m addicted to facebook, watching anime, reading anime manga, reading anime novel and playing computer games.
    last time, i was only addicted to games. i tried my best by uninstalling the game on my computer. then, i ended up reading anime manga/novel, then got addicted to it.
    i tried enrolling to udemy for a web development course, and guess what, i feel bored on it. reinstall my games, and now ended up getting addicted to games and reading manga/novel.

    from getting addicted to facebook and computer games, now addicted to computer games, facebook and manga/novel.

    don’t know what to do now.:(
    when there’s brownout in our area, i can’t play games, i can’t do facebook, i can’t read manga/novel and this ended me as feeling completely bored, feeling completely unsuccessful in life and incomplete.

    i forgot to mention, i spend 15 hours per day in front of my computer and/or laptop

  • I used to always game, more than 24 hours a week. But I’ve took it down a notch. Then I got my first computer. Now I’m on games around 34 hours a week.

  • I’ve battled with shyness for all of my life, I’m not naturally gregarious, and find the prospect of entering a room full of strangers absolutely terrifying. Any ideas on what I can do? I’m sorry but I can’t believe that every single woman in the world finds someone like me repulsive. We are who we are right? I have interests and hobbies but definitely not a gym person I keep fit by running away from them thanks. I’m also not interested in harassing women on the street or in shops etc, and wanting to sh*g everything in sight and then move onto someone else five minutes later. Of course there are people who want to do this, but do you have any advice for people like me?

  • That thumbnail is so toxic,its like saying gaming overnight is bad how do you think the professional gamers are so successful,dont say gaming is a bad habit or addiction then every other physical sport and hobby like guitar playing,soccer,etc should be a addiction too

  • What I Did…….. Replace My Phone With…… Snake Twist Puzzle….. Whenever I feel To play PUBG or Watch YouTube….. I Picked up Puzzle…… Or whatever you love to do more than that……. But Never Picked Up Phone….. Only when Necessary.