Feeling Good Tip of the Day ~ You’ll Feel Better if You Get in Touch with Your Body & Feelings

Stop Living Only in the Past and the Future, Get Present in the Moment

Being present in the moment involves being in your body and feeling your feelings—two things that lots of folks actually don’t know how to do.

Ask yourself these two questions: What does fear feel like in your body? What are you afraid of?

If you don’t know the answer to these questions, you probably aren’t present in the moment. Being present involves vulnerability, humility, and openness.

Being in the past or the future involves living in your head and ignoring what’s going on in your body and emotions.

The past and the future stop being so relevant and intriguing when you’re able to get in your body and feel your feelings. When you can do these two things, you actually want to be in the present moment. Try these tips: How to Live in the Moment and Stop Worrying.


Positive Thought of the Day ~ Looking for Inspiration?

When the mind is allowed to relax, inspiration often follows.” Phil Jackson

Runners will often say that great insights come to them during their run. Running relaxes them. The runner gets into the rhythm of his/her pace and thoughts ramble through his/her head. Out of nowhere and insight floods their minds. It happens to all us when we find ourselves lost in a relaxing moment. It doesn’t have to be running. It can be working in a garden, walking, or playing an instrument. Our minds quiet down and allow new insights to enter.

Poem of the Day ~ To a Daisy

To a Daisy

Alice Maynell

Slight as thou art, thou art enough to hide,
Like all created things, secrets from me,
And stand a barrier to eternity.
And I, how can I praise thee well and wide

From where I dwell—upon the hither side?
Thou little veil for so great mystery,
When shall I penetrate all things and thee,
And then look back? For this I must abide,

Till thou shalt grow and fold and be unfurled
Literally between me and the world.
Then shall I drink from in beneath a spring,

And from a poet’s side shall read his book.
O daisy mine, what will it be to look
From God’s side even of such a simple thing?


Health Tip of the Day ~ Which is Better: Red Peppers or Green Peppers?

There are Differences, But they Both are Healthy Options

Both red peppers and green peppers are healthy choices, as they are both packed with nutrients such as vitamins C, A, and K, as well as fiber and antioxidants. However, there are some differences between the two.

Red peppers have a slightly higher nutrient content than green peppers, particularly when it comes to vitamin C. Red peppers contain almost three times as much vitamin C as green peppers, making them an excellent source of this important nutrient. Additionally, red peppers have more beta-carotene, which the body can convert into vitamin A, than green peppers.

However, green peppers are still a great source of vitamins and antioxidants, and they are also lower in sugar and calories than red peppers. They also have a slightly higher amount of fiber than red peppers.

Overall, both red and green peppers are healthy choices, and you can’t go wrong with either one. You can mix and match them to add variety and color to your meals, and to ensure that you’re getting a range of nutrients.

Source: ChatGPT open AI

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