What you can do: Let your child’s school know that you want physical education to be part of the curriculum. And make sure your children get an hour of activity a day.
What you can do: Change the bad habits that are keeping you awake; exercise, make your bedroom a trigger for sleep.
What you can do: Start an exercise program you can actually stick to.
What you can do: Set rules and boundaries to keep yourself from overdoing it with electronic communication.
What you can do: To beat insomnia, train your body and mind to shift to a sleep state when it’s time for bed.
What you can do: Learn simple meditation techniques that you can use every day.
What you can do: Find ways to gain perspective about your finances.
What you can do: Take control of your own happiness with daily acts of kindness, gratitude, and goal-seeking.
What you can do: Talk with hospital staff before you go in; take the time to find answers to any questions or concerns you have.
What you can do: Reach for help when you need it, and cultivate acceptance of your pain and confidence in your ability to handle it.