Image credit: Creative Commons.Written by Marissa Miller, Four Green Steps.com
Is your Blackberry calendar starting to look like a Jackson Pollock painting? Our brains are complicated organs, but creating the right schedule can simplify things drastically. Fill in the empty time-slots with a mix of leisurely and productive activities, and soon enough, your body will adapt to this healthy second-nature routine.
7 am: Cardiovascular activity, including jogging, stationary biking, aerobics classes, release endorphins that help keep your mood heightened all day. After your morning cup of java, a half hour of heart-pumping won't seem to be such a daunting of task. Eating a carbohydrate-rich dinner the night before, such as whole wheat pasta, will ensure that your glycogen stores can sufficiently power your morning workout. Plus, your runner's high afterglow could replace your blush and leave you strutting with confidence all day long.
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