Give Your Family a Health Makeover by Jamie Jefferson
... Or consider taking your bikes. 9. Subscribe to healthy living magazines and encourage everyone to read about the latest research on how nutrition affects our lives, and stay motivated to exercise and live a healthy, fit life. A good fitness magazine can be tremendously motivating. 10. Cut down on your television. If you do watch TV, watch it together as a family and use the programming as spark for family conversations. 11. Turn off the TV when you eat breakfast or dinner together.
Tips for an Active Life by Alan Rosca
... Choose the bike or walk instead. - Don`t lye on the sofa when you`re watching TV, it`s better to sit up. - When you go for a walk, choose a hilly route and increase the pace after a while. - Walk the dog. - While you`re on the phone, stand up. - Leave the car further away from the place where you`re going. In case your job takes most of your time but you still feel the need to increase your physical activity try some of the following tips: - Stand while you`re on the phone.
The Hazard of Using Calculators at School by Victor Guskov
... Their brains slowly but surely get accustomed to walking on crutches and became indolent to use mental computational abilities, whereas skills, which are not used, became forgotten very soon. In certain cases it leads to difficulties in math’s learning. Both my experience (32 years in the classroom) and my investigations (20 years of studies) shows that pupils with unsteady elementary mental computational skills (addition and subtraction within the limits of 20, multiplication and division ...
Find Time for Exercise at Work or While Traveling by Alan Rosca
... Try to walk to work or take the bike instead of the car. If you usually go to work by bus, get off earlier and walk until your destination. During breaks, go for a walk instead of taking a coffee or a snack in the lounge. You could also find some co-workers willing to join you on a regular workout routine. They may help stick to your schedule. Use the stairs as often as possible. If you must attend a meeting on another floor, get off the elevator earlier and take the stairs.
How to Experience a Lucid Dream by David Slone
... Next I walked over to a desk and found a calculator. I added and subtracted numbers and came up with correct answers. Yes, you can read text and perform mathematics in a dream. I proved it to myself beyond any doubt and with more confidence than I ever could have by reading anything about dreams. Keep a Dream Journal Keeping a dream journal is one of the most effective tools to achieving lucid dreams. Try to write down your dreams as soon after you wake up as you can.
How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon by Ben Greenfield
... and needs the equivalent of approximately 1 water bottle per hour, not to mention regular electrolyte dosing, and small amounts of protein and fats, as well as a pre-race meal with low-glycemic index carbohydrates and minimal fat and fiber. It is a pain to do, often requires a calculator, and may even necessitate a bit of pre-race planning and packing. Instead, see what yummy suprises are in your race swag bag, and eat these colorful morsels when you start to feel hungry on the bike.
Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... FACT: Walking offers fitness benefits, as well as a sense of self-reliance and personal freedom (no gridlock!). 22. Have you had cosmetic surgery? Yes = plus 5. (But subtract 1 for each additional surgery during the same decade.)
FACT: Cosmetic surgery reduces age phobia and age discrimination and evokes a positive response from a youth-obsessed world. Too many cosmetic surgeries (that is, more than one every 10 years), however, may actually accelerate the aging process.