"How To Be An Optimist: 10 Habits That'll Help You Look On The Bright Side" by David Mezzapelle for HuffPost. It pays to have a sunny disposition. Optimistic people have been shown to have healthier hearts, better stress-management tendencies and lower risk for stroke compared to their glass-half-empty-seeing counterparts. Click the pic for 10 tips for living more optimistically. Good People, Optimist People, Be You Ti Inspiration, Living People, Huffington Posts, 10 Habits, Motivation Inspiration, High Optimist, Inspiration Transformers
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How happy are you? Most people around the world are optimistic about the future, according to a new study: www.huffingtonpos...
To this day, especially in times of "disaster," I remember my mother's words and I am always comforted by realizing that there are still so many helpers – so many caring people in this world." Fred "Mister" Rogers
"10 Lab-Tested Ways to Bring Out the Best in People" by Jena Pincott for Oprah Magazine. The best of human nature—generosity, compassion, cooperation, selflessness—surfaced in these studies. Of course, the goal is to draw out a person's good side, not exploit it. Use your powers wisely. Click the pic for more.
"Feel Younger, Live Longer: The World's Healthiest Places To Live Or Retire: from HuffPost. Ask most retired expats why they've moved overseas and you'll get a variety of answers--many having to do with a more comfortable lifestyle and a lower cost of living. But there's another reason--and if you're currently on the high-stress, low-relaxation lifestyle path, you may want to read on--because moving overseas can add years to your life and life to your years. Click the pic to learn why.