Day 1318: What helps you do what’s healthy for you?

Yesterday, in a therapy group, one of the members asked this great question:

What helps you do what’s healthy for you?

Do any of my photos from yesterday help?

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What helps you do what’s healthy for you?

As you might notice, humor, music and dancing are on my list.  Here’s something healthy  that includes all three:

 

 

Gratitude is on one of my lists, too.  Thanks to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for visiting, here and now.

 

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18 thoughts on “Day 1318: What helps you do what’s healthy for you?

  1. To me there not one thing that helps a person to become more healthy/stay healthy. It is a general lifestyle that does it for me. It has been said so many times before, but it works for me to stay positive, to find beauty, and to even at times, shut myself up in my own cocoon, minding my own business and heal myself form whatever is ailing me. I have learned over the years,that it has to feel right to be right and I can make up my mind quite quickly (and stubbornly) when it comes to that. This lifestyle has brought much happiness to me and my loved ones. A great support to me was the “no complaint world” by Will Bowen. And I really think that music, humor and dancing is good for you !!! xo Johanna

  2. VANITY!! 😀

  3. I’m past considering that – although I did give up the pipe a couple of years ago 🙂

  4. Laughter is definitely what helps me do what’s healthy for me. Laughter is not the best medicine–it’s not medicine at all–but it does provide a reason for living, a reason for taking the medicine.

  5. Knowing how terrible and limited I am when I am not healthy. So an ounce of prevention is truly worth that pound of cure.
    -Alan

  6. Me and healthy are not friends…………….just saying

  7. The thought of leaving this earth too soon because I wasn’t healthy always helps me.

  8. Therapy. Or blueberries. Whichever is in season.

  9. I’m so behind in my reading — and this article helps lift the guilt and makes me laugh! So I guess YOU help me lighten the load!

  10. Pingback: Day 1552: Health | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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