You are what you think you are – so take care of what and how you think. Here are some resolutions to build up a better you:
Don’t try to be someone you’re not. Instead, try to be like someone you admire but add your touch – don’t be a mere copy or a faded shadow. Be yourself.
Pay attention to the colours and beauty of nature around you and meditate. Bring out your inner beauty and peace.
They say thoughts have a mass, thus gravity. If your thoughts are positive they can bring about positive changes, as against negative thinking.
Tone yourself and exercise regularly. Pranayam helps to keep the system healthy.
Drink lots of water as it removes the toxins from the body and keeps the system clear.
Be a part of the solution not the problem. Remember, it’s all about your attitude towards people, situations and surroundings.
Look in the mirror and tell yourself, you are worthy of yourself.
Never dress according to fashion. Have your own style and wear what looks good on you. Don’t let fashion control you.
Have your own personal hobbies and pursue them.
Wear a smile that reaches your eyes, at all times.
8 Things to Take Care Of:
Hair – It’s your crowning glory, so take good care to keep it healthy and clean.
Eyes – are the mirror of your soul, so make sure they don’t look tired. Use rosewater in cotton swabs and place on closed eyes to relax.
Smile -Smile a great smile with well-polished teeth and a good breath.
Skin – For healthy and beautiful skin, drink lots of water, eat fresh fruits and vegetables and exercise.
Posture – Maintain a correct posture. Work on your gait, the way you move etc.
Voice – Modulate your voice to sound clear and speak in correct language.
Clothing -Dress according to your body structure, time of the day and occasion.
Attitude – Be in sync with the things happening around you. Be up-to-date with the world, national and local news. Be able to talk or add on to any conversation taking place, current books, music, and sports.
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