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The thoughts that play habitually inside your head can ultimately effect how you feel, which – it turn – impacts the decisions that you make.

By learning the techniques to think more strategically, you can increase the positive outcomes in every area of your daily life. This section of Over Fifty and Fit examines strategic thinking.

Early Riser: How to Wake Up Early for Better Health & Productivity

Ever wondered what it would be like to be an early riser? One of those people who lunges out of bed enthusiastically at the crack of dawn, ready to embark on a highly productive day of adventure? Below, I share the science behind early-rising and why it’s healthier. You’ll see how to adjust your body …

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15 Uncommonly Effective Ways to Get Your Life Back Together

Try These Methods to Live a More Fulfilling Life. You can get your life back together again. Was there a time in your life that seemed more fun and satisfying than what you’re experiencing now? It’s possible to experience more joy – and feelings of accomplishment – than you ever have before. “What would your …

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Overcome Imposter Syndrome: The Ultimate Guide with Proven Tips

Imposter Syndrome is a psychological event describing the secret internal belief some people have about themselves that they’re faking it and not good enough. Even with proof of abilities, talents, and accomplishments, individuals experiencing this phenomenon frequently grapple with persistent feelings of insufficiency or self-doubt. Do you think you might have imposter syndrome? Here’s more …

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End the Cycle! How to Identify (and Stop) Enabling Behaviors

Are you wondering if you might be enabling someone? An enabler is someone who habitually contributes – sometimes without realizing it – to the continuation of someone else’s negative behavior. An enabler colludes, often unconsciously, to shield another person from experiencing full consequences. In doing so, the enabler is worsening the situation – rather than …

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Fitness Friendships Over 50: Guide for Introverts and Extroverts

The quest for new fitness friendships can be challenging as we age. However, building meaningful friendships over 50 that support healthier habits is far from impossible. This comprehensive guide can help you forge healthier friendships and boost your social life in your mature years, whether you lean towards introversion or extroversion. What Are Fitness Friendships? …

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Reverse Frailty: Anti-Inflammatory Diet & Exercise for Healthy Aging

Have you noticed that you’re less spry than you used to be? Do everyday tasks like descending stairs or showering seem to take you longer than they did a decade ago? Age-related deficits in normal function are referred to as frailty when there has been a significant reduction in muscle tone, stamina, balance, and general …

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