29 – The practice of self-responsibility

April 13, 2010

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Warm-ups are not for wimps! It’s always wise to ease into a series of sprints, for instance

Microwave oven cooking is quick and easy, and healthy

Try to avoid eating foods cooked at high heat; lower temp cooking lessons potential carcinogens and free radicals

Self-responsibility is the third pillar of self-esteem

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It’s important to shift from saying “I have to…” to “I choose to…”; taking responsibility for your choices is key

It’s unfortunately easy to accept the status quo, even though you can alter it; so, a self-responsible action plan is vital

Being happier is a main outcome of living more responsibly

No one is coming to our rescue; we must thrive as independent and healthy beings

Kids do well with low-carb, paleolithic style eating, rather than with all the junk foods that Americans are used to

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One comment on “29 – The practice of self-responsibility

  1. Breath of fresh air reading this. Boy if we could all be responsible for oue own actions what a different, “healthier” world this would be. We were always taught that you have your rights only when you exercise responsibility. It takes an effort to behave responsibly with our lifestyle today because most people are not. Healthy food, cooked properly, exercise regime and you are on the way to a happier, more fulfilled existence.

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