Health, Wealth, and Happiness: The Secret to Finding All Three

secret to health wealth and happiness
Photo by Ekaterina Bolovtsova on Pexels.com

You may also like...

5 Responses

  1. Ted & Claire says:

    Well thought out and presented. Totally agree with your points. My wife and I both enjoyed it. Made us think about the power of habits as to how they provide consistency. I don’t always think about how much I love to run but I always run regardless of the weather or anything else. It’s a good healthy habit, one that I can’t imagine not doing.

  2. Steveark says:

    Congrats! You really have it together. My wife and I just get up in the morning and run three days a week with a bunch of friends. Been doing it for twenty years now. We also play tennis at least three or four times a week. Since we can do those with each other the covid crisis didn’t change our routines fortunately. And because the running is social with our friends it doesn’t feel like drudge exercise and tennis is also exercise disguised as a fun game. I agree that forcing yourself to do “good” stuff you hate is not a good plan. My wife is 65 and has signed up for another marathon and she’ll outrun most of the thirty year olds. Doing what you do, if you keep it up which you will, you’ll be even fitter than us when you are in your sixties And yes, men like me have so much easier time saying no and not being judged by our friends. Just one more thing where women get a raw deal, one of a great many.

    • Lisa says:

      Ha I wish I had it together. Just some tips and tricks I’ve gleaned along the way. Wish everyone would embrace things they loved more without feeling the guilt.

  1. July 28, 2020

    […] Lesson 3: Splurge On What You Love […]

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: