Get Healthy, Get Happy: How to Make Small Changes That Give You Big Results

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Clerisy Press, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 173 pages
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Small change adds up. Put those dimes, nickels, and pennies into a jar every day, and watch the dollars grow over time. Make small changes in daily habits ? meals and snacks, relationships, work, workouts, leisure ? and a much healthier, happier, and better person emerges. In this succinct, accessible book, sportswoman and motivational speaker Julie Isphording shows how to make it happen. For example, says the author, replacing a soft drink with water at just one meal ? say, lunch ? increases water consumption by 30 gallons per year while avoiding 50,000 calories of carbonated sugar and $500 in costs. And that isn't counting the psychological benefits of healthier consumption. Divided into five chapters covering mental attitude, healthy lifestyle, exercise, diet, and inspirations for staying the course, Get Healthy, Get Happy offers a simple, smart program for busy people who want to make life changes but don't think they have the time.

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