Do you struggle sometimes to achieve healthy balance in your life? Most of us do and could use help to create new personal balance. If this is an area where you would like to be more effective, you may be interested in a new article by Mark Lundegren, Balancing Health & Happiness, that was just published by HumanaNatura.
In the new article, Mark examines a summary of happiness research by Richard Layard and discusses the role that health plays in ensuring our personal and general well-being. While many happiness researchers narrow their definition of health and place it among seven key contributors to modern happiness, Mark shows that once both happiness and health are better considered, the two converge into a nearly identical modern ideal – one that has important lessons we all can use to immediately have healthier and happier lives.
Click to Mark’s new article via HumanaNatura Featured Articles and learn more about his innovative health-based approach to personal and organizational strategy at Mark Lundegren.
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What a way to start the day! Yummy shrimp and red onion omelet with mixed greens, sliced mangos, and fresh strawberries…garnished with parsley, paprika, coriander, black pepper, and a good scattering of anise seeds.
Learn about our guidelines for healthy natural nutrition and how to make delicious salad meals via our popular article Perfect Salad Meals or through the Natural Eating section of HumanaNatura’s comprehensive Personal Health Program.
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We may have big plans, but it’s often our little plans that most make things happen. In the HumanaNatura natural health system, regular personal planning is encouraged via Natural Living, our third natural health technique.
Creating and implementing plans the HumanaNatura way involves three important and complementary areas of focus: 1) clarity on our personal mission or vision and long-term goals, 2) creative and pragmatic action in the short-run within these goals, and 3) ongoing learning and progressive improvement. Take away one of these essential aspects of planning and our plans (and lives) suffer – making them either too abstract, lacking context and motivating values, or insufficiently seeking and adaptive.
With a new month here, right now is a great time to consider or your re-consider your personal plans – both large and small ones – and how you might best spend your time this month. You can learn more about the importance of progressive life planning via the Natural Living section of our comprehensive Personal Health Program and access our easy-to-use planning worksheets at Natural Living Worksheets.
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