Hope you’re having an awesome summer! With just a few weeks to go, here’s how to squeeze as much enjoyment as possible out of this beautiful season.
Nourish Your Mind, as Well as Your Body
Did you know that blueberries can improve your mood, memory and immune system? Or that salmon can help you feel more positive and emotionally balanced? Find out more in 4 Small Steps to Healthy Eating This Summer.
Prepare for a Stress-Free Vacation
If you’re still looking forward to your vacation, read about how to prepare for a relaxing, stress-free vacation in 5 Strategies to Keep Your Sanity at Work as You Prepare for Vacation. Start your vacation in a good place, take a complete mental break from work, and return feeling refreshed and energized!
Transform Your Working Life with Gratitude
If you’re already back at work after your vacation, could an injection of gratitude help you enjoy your job more and improve your productivity? Do You Want To Boost Your Productivity? Try A Little Gratitude! shows how gratitude and appreciation can transform your working life.
Slow Down and Enjoy Each Day
Another way to increase your enjoyment of life is to practice mindfulness, focusing on the present moment, rather than thinking about the past or worrying about the future. Calm Down and Enjoy Life — 4 Easy Steps to a Mindful Day contains four things you can do every day to increase your awareness and enjoyment of the present.
Move Forward in Life by Taking Small Steps
Make the most of a late summer evening by pouring yourself a drink and browsing the other articles on Small Steps, the online magazine that helps you move forward in life by taking small steps.
Thank You to Our Lovely Writers
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In the meantime, enjoy the rest of your summer, whether you’re at work, on vacation or elsewhere.