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Some things in this article are very nifty - wish I had the privilege of reading them years ago. Yes me included, truth of the matter is, most of us procrastinate in some way/ways, I found out once. What things do you keep putting off till later?

How to Stop Procrastinating and Live a Happier Life

By Lisa Fields –  Reader's Digest International

Some people procrastinate out of fear

Procrastination seems like a time-management problem, but it’s actually a lack of motivation and self-regulation.

“You’re spending time you don’t have,” Pychyl says.…

An Insightful Article By Underground Health Report

City living is going strong. Approximately 3.5 billion people across the globe are city dwellers, and according to the director of the United Nation’s Human Settlement Program, that population will double by 2050. But city living can take a heavy toil on your mental health. Here’s what research has shown thus far:

  • People who live in cities are at greater risk for anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders.
  • City dwellers have lower levels of stress hormones immediately after spending time in nature—even if it’s just a walk through the park.

By Dr John Briffa MD – Integrated Medicine Advocate

It seems that not a week goes by without scientists identifying some gene or other that is believed to play a critical role in our susceptibility to a specific illness or condition. Recently, for instance, researchers in Italy announced that they had found a gene that is involved in the normal production of serotonin – a brain chemical that helps maintain a cheery disposition. It is believed that individuals afflicted with some fault in this gene will make them prone to undesirable mood states such as anxiety.…

By Therese Borchard – Founder of Project Beyond Blue

I’m not sure why more psychiatrists don’t first test for nutritional deficiencies before dispensing Zoloft or Prozac, and especially antipsychotics like Seroquel and Zyprexa. The good ones will send you to get lab work done before upping your meds or adjusting anything. Sometimes we do need antidepressants. But other times we need spinach — think of Popeye.

In addition to seeing a psychiatrist, I now work with an integrative health physician who tests my nutrition levels every year.…

By Janet Vargas – Independent Natural Health Researcher

Our Creator God and Neuroscience How they can Benefit You.

Religious persuasions aside - I don't have them personally but I do have time for Jesus. He has gifted me with writing poems and inspirations after years of natural health research - so I trust you enjoy this also.

Spiritual principles found in the Bible  and  recent Neuroscience Discoveries are merging - so to speak - in some areas.

Our brain learns from positive and negative experiences and it stores them in long lasting neural pathways.

By Janet Vargas – Independent Natural Health Researcher

Sunshine is actually Good for You – Come outside and Enjoy some Again Yes, it's Good for Flowers and it's Good for You too!
There is a necessity in these times for Switching Off from the Cares of Life and sitting or walking in the sunshine is a nice way to do that – accompanied with fresh air or quiet stillness where you can almost hear the silence. Even the quiet sounds around you can give you a peaceful sense of company, being tuned to the outdoor environment – it is really quite restful.