Getting Things Done: “Organize”
In the third of our five-part series, we offer three efficient ways to get and stay organized from time management expert David Allen:
- Control your calendar.
- Let meaning be your guide.
- Put your future on autopilot.
When most people hear the word “detox,” they think of cleaning up their diet, but another great way to rid your body of toxins is through exercise. And it’s not all about sweat: When you engage in physical activity, your circulation increases, which in turn activates your lymphatic system, a network of vessels that filter waste products out of the body.
Any type of exercise can spur this process, but yoga enhances it by incorporating folding and twisting movements, which gently massage your organs and increase blood flow, says yoga instructor Seane Corn. “The deeper you breathe, the more opportunity you have to release residual toxicity [as carbon dioxide],” says Corn.
She notes that while no single yoga pose will deliver magical detoxifying effects, a consistent yoga practice can powerfully support lymph-system activity.
In our April 2013 Learn This Skill, world-renowned yoga instructor Seane Corn offers advice on how to perform a twisting triangle.
Behind the Scenes With Darya Pino Rose
Our April 2013 cover model, Darya Pino Rose PhD, founder of SummerTomato.com, discusses why mindfulness and enjoyment are essential to healthy eating, and shares her tricks for a two-week “recalibration” that can help get your metabolism back on track.
New science shows that sleep is essential to our mental and physical health — and most of us aren’t getting enough.
Enter to Win a Copy of Foodist: Using Real Food and Real Science to Lose Weight Without Dieting
We will be giving away 12 copies of the new book by Darya Pino Rose, nutrition expert and found of SummerTomato.com. Visit our giveaway page to enter to win.
Giveaway ends April 30, 2013, and winners will be notified on May 1, 2013.
Just another rendering of that JK Rowling...
Q: Is writing your novels pleasure or drudgery?
A: Pleasure and agony while composing the book...”
This post is dedicated to my cousin...