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How to Make Fitness a Daily Routine

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Steps

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    Designate a specific time for fitness. You can adhere to a routine if you set aside specific daily times for exercise. Without a scheduled timeframe, you may be more likely to stray from your daily fitness commitment.
    • Choose a time that compliments your daily schedule. For example, if you join a gym located near your place of work, you can exercise early in the morning before you go to work, or in the afternoons or evenings following your work shift.
    • Give yourself at least 20 minutes per day for fitness and exercise. Although the time you spend on fitness and exercise may vary depending on the activities you perform, at least 20 minutes of vigorous exercise (such as running, swimming, or basketball) is required for an optimal workout.
     
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    Set fitness goals. In most cases, goals will force you to establish a routine in order to meet those goals. For example, if your goal is to lose a certain amount of weight within a specific timeframe, you will more than likely have to exercise consistently on a daily basis to meet your weight goal.
    • Consult with a certified fitness trainer or expert to help you set realistic fitness goals if you are unsure of the timeframe in which you can achieve your goals.
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    Choose a fitness activity you enjoy. You will be more likely to establish and adhere to a daily routine if you genuinely enjoy the activity you are performing. For example, if you enjoy playing a specific sport, join a team or league for that sport in your neighborhood or at a gym.
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    Perform short, less intense exercises in the beginning. If your routine is too strenuous or intense up front, you may dread exercising; however, if you feel comfortable and satisfied with your initial exercise routine, it may increase the likelihood of fitness becoming a permanent daily routine.
    • Walk up and down flights of stairs instead of taking elevators or escalators, and park your automobile in the farthest spot away from your destination to increase your daily activity in the beginning.
    • Work your way slowly up to your exercise goals. For example, if you want to make running part of your daily fitness routine, start out by walking at a brisk pace until your body feels comfortable and ready for jogging or running.
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    Prepare your fitness equipment in advance. This will allow you to attend your workout without taking the extra time to prepare or pack your equipment, which can be helpful if your daily schedule is extremely busy.
    • Pack your gym bag for the following day on a nightly basis, or keep your fitness equipment in your car or in a locker at the gym.
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    Take breaks as needed. If you exercise on a daily basis even on days when you are especially tired or sore, you may become resentful of your fitness routine and lose the motivation to work out.
    • Allow your body to rest and recover 1 or 2 days per week. If you feel guilty about missing a workout, or want to maintain a routine even when you are tired, perform a milder activity such as housework or strolling around your neighborhood.

How to Be a Good Athlete

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Steps

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    Practice, Practice, Practice! Try to practice your sport(s) for an hour a day. Play with family and friends for more fun. Find ways to improve. For example, if you play volleyball, see how many good serves you can serve in one minute.
    • Remember that practice makes close to perfect. Not always perfect. People use this saying all the time, and guess what. They are wrong. Nothing is perfect, but there is doing anything and everything to the best of your abilities. If you practice, however, you will get better.
     
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    Have all of the proper equipment needed for each sport or hobby. Not having the correct gear can lead to injury. So please, stay safe. Sure, wearing a helmet while biking may not be the coolest thing in the world, but hey, all of the professionals do, right?
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    Don't let any obstacle stand in your way of reaching your goals. Anyone who says you can't is only jealous of how hard you are able to work and then succeed. They wish that they could be successful, too.

How to Have a Life on a Busy Schedule (for the Teenager)

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Steps

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    Make sure you love what you do. This means make sure everything you're doing is worth it. Not loving orchestra practice or gymnastics? Ask your parents/guardian if you can drop it. Do not say, "I just don't like it." Give them an adequate reason to let you drop the activity. Say something like, "I really don't want to do this activity because…"
     
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    Hard times pass. If your science teacher is hitting you hard with homework and projects, sooner or later it will pass. Sure, you may need to skip some flute lessons or swim practices to get it done, but don't drop something just because you're hitting a bump.
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    Make sure you have "me" time. Have a little time in the day, even if it's just 20 minutes, to do something you want. Paint your nails, play video games, or just chill.
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    Have fun with friends. Every once in a while, hang out with your friends, even if it means skipping a practice for something. Your friends are a big part of your life, and they need to be included. So go ahead, plan that movie night on Friday!
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    Don't put activities and sports before school. If you're failing papers and tests, ask yourself if you could cut out an activity. Nothing should ever come before school. Do all your homework during lunch and directly after school, so you don't have assignments bogging you down after a long day.
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    Enjoy the time you do have. Don't sit around during your free time going, "Dang, I have soccer practice in half an hour." Enjoy that free time doing something you want.
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    Don't push yourself over the edge. If you have a serious injury, let it heal for your sake and others. Do you really want to end up in the hospital after doing five back handsprings on a twisted wrist?

How to Be a Super Fun and Well Liked Friend

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Steps

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    Renew your friendships. If you have been a bad friend, say you're sorry and mean it. Don't thrive on it, and don't fight. Just move on. The sooner the better.
     
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    Get yourself happy! What do you love? Sports, fashion, parties, movies, sleepovers? Whatever it is, enjoy it. Let's say you're fashionable. Maybe your clothes and beauty haven't been impressing you. Be honest with yourself, say what you need to fix and make a pact to really try. Once you have tried, you will start loving your life.
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    Live it. Fashion might be your thing you love. So a good idea is, to renew yourself. Make your hair, face, and clothes better! Make it all better. Be choosy and pick good quality for the things you love, don't be cheap because if you love it, you should! Try to be the best you can at what you love. Once you are proud of yourself, it will be easy to be a really cool friend.
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    Bubbly and Kindness. The key to being a success with friendships. Remember, just because the popular girls have tons of Juicy and great bodies doesn't mean they are better than you. Who says you're not gorgeous and rich? Or amazingly athletic? Or a lot of fun? Look past the differences and extend your friendships to many people. You can't be unpopular with a ton of friends, that’s for sure.
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    Know to have a good time. If at a sleepover, do it well. Blast the music and have good food! Be hyper and be fun. No one can turn that down.
     

 

How to Make It Easier to Find Things in Your Fridge

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Part 1 of 3: Starting with a Clean Slate

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    Clear out everything in your fridge. Throw away anything that is expired, spoiled, or otherwise inedible. While you're at it, you might want to clean your fridge. This is time to start anew!
     

EditPart 2 of 3: Restoring Order

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    Categorize your fridge items. Keep this simple, so that it is easy to remember and use. Depending on your household, you may have different categories, but these basic classifications can help you sort your items:
    • Fruit (needs less humidity than vegetables and some fruit cannot be refrigerated successfully, such as bananas)
    • Veggies (often kept in the vegetable crisper drawers as they require the humidity to keep them in good condition but not mushrooms, as they turn slimy)
    • Meat, poultry and fish (always keep in a separate compartment or on the base shelf, so that blood or juices do not drip onto other food, risking contamination)
    • Eggs and dairy
    • Leftovers and prepared food. This might also include opened jars of jam/jelly, pickles, preserves, etc.
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    Label your shelves. Write out labels on note cards and stick them to the shelves, or write on masking tape and affix the tape to the shelf edges. This will help to remind you where to keep each food type, as well as making it easier for others to put food back in the right spots.
    • There are scientifically proven areas to store foods in a fridge for optimal cooling effect.[1] The exact optimal positioning for foods depends on the make of your fridge, but in general, the door is warmest (and hot air hits those items every time the door is opened), so more resilient food should go there, such as condiments. The shelves nearer the freezer are usually the coldest, while the crisper tends to create a warmer barrier that causes the shelf above it to be warmer. Meat and fish is often best mid-level to avoid freezing or warmth but this will depend on space availability and likelihood of dripping. How far you want to take this approach is up to you; often experience will tell you best!
    • As well as labels, consider adding a few permanent containers for certain items like syrup, opened pasta sauce containers and preserves. Having permanent containers for such items makes it easy to pull them out and to locate them. Customized long containers are available for fridges from specialist stockists. Label these too.
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    Put the food back in an orderly fashion. Follow the categorization you've come up with and the shelving placement. If you find anything doesn't fit the way you wanted it to, make adjustments until you're satisfied that it's going to work well.

EditPart 3 of 3: Remembering to Use Food on Time

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    Use Post-its or other sticky notes to date the leftovers. You may also want to use this method for other foods.
    • Leftover food should always be covered to retain freshness and prevent cross-contamination with odors or bacteria, etc.
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    Done. Try to keep to the categories and encourage other householders to do so too. Have regular clean-outs of old or over-dated food so that you don't miss the fresher additions––weekly quick cleans are recommended over monthly longer cleans.

How to Make a Difference in This World and Be the Girl Everyone Looks Up To

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Steps

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    If you want to change the world you have to start by changing yourself
     
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    Never pass judgment on other people and never attach yourself to anything. Look from within and awaken the real you, after all your entire life is just a matter of one breath at the time and no guarantee for a second.
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    If you want something done... you usually have to do it yourself. If you want it done right, you're going to have to do it on your own.
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    Take control of the parts of life that you actually can control. Your appearance, your academics, your health. These are up to you, so make the best of it.
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    Take action. If you want to make a difference in this world, start small and then work your way up. Think of ideas to make this world a better place. Think of your future, and how you want it to be.
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    Never give up. Think of small things as inspiration. Look at Mother Teresa… she was old, and had little money, but just look at the wondrous things she did.
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    Be responsible and don't do stupid things.
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    Remember, you only have one life to live... make the best of it.
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    Resolve to think about issues that interest you in this world. What are you most passionate about and what would you most like to change? Some ideas include : Animal rights, environment, global warming, industrialism, externalism, government, law, health care, religious devotion, or even just kindness.

How to Look Like One Wasn’t Crying

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Steps

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    If you feel obliged to clear up those tears without harsh feelings, hand them a tissue.
     
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    Smile at them and give them a hug.
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    Distraction works wonders. (I.E. Where did you get that scarf? It's so cute!)
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    If you've known them for a long time, share an inside joke about something. (That night when you laughed so hard you peed your pants…)
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    If the red eyes are bothering you or them, use a blue or green eyeliner, or a glittery color on their eyelids. It should distract them long enough if you give each other mani pedis, too
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    If you're a guy, well then, play a video game!
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    Distract them and yourself from the crying.

How to Feel Your Feelings

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Steps

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    Concentrate on the process of 'feeling your feelings'. We all want to have the ‘good’ feelings – happy, upbeat, and confident. We resist feeling sadness, anger, and other ‘bad’ feelings. Our natural, clear state of consciousness is peace, bliss, and gratitude – some very ‘good’ feelings.
    • Suppressing feelings is trying to be happy but it just doesn’t work. When we refuse to feel emotions that come up then we are not free in life.
     
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    Choose freedom. This is an important component of happiness. In order to be free, it's important to grapple with the arguments the mind might be giving to persuade you not to feel your emotions:
    • You feel that, if you let the emotion in, it will hurt – and it does. But it also hurts to walk around all day clenching. You don’t avoid hurt by stuffing feelings down; it’s just a different pain.
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    Let your feelings grow. If you let the emotion in, it will grow. We have all experienced letting in a feeling and then it brings in its younger brother and cousin and so on. We can be afraid the line won’t end and there won’t be room for us! That won’t happen. It is true that as you change your approach to feelings from “go away” to “okay, I am listening” there will be a lot more showing up. But you won’t be consumed by it and at any point you can call a time out and come back to it later.
    • We feel emotions to some extent and then suppress them (i.e., call a timeout), and then later, sometimes in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, we revisit them. We might as well make this process conscious rather than random.
    • Suppressing emotions is working great – The ego or “I Know Mind” wants to keep its job so it reminds of us of how well it is protecting us. We may have hired it back in first grade but it is time for an honest performance evaluation. This suppression strategy has its demerits.
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    Understand that when you resist an emotion, it takes energy. Sadness, fear, anger and upset are going to come up in life and when you resist them you are resisting “what is.” The effort you expend fighting what is, is energy that you don’t have for living life. Your ability to relax, breathe and be present in the moment is diminished by that part of yourself that is holding the lid down so that pesky feeling won’t get out.
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    Realize that you suffer a loss by avoiding feelings. Missing out on life is a big price to pay to avoid a feeling. Practice noticing when you resist a feeling and how it feels as you try to show up in the world in a way different from how you are feeling.

How to Feel Perfect in Your Own Skin

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Steps

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    Look in the mirror. Take a deep breath, and imagine yourself standing with your toes in an ocean. The waves come up over you, but you stand your ground, you hold your place in time. You are your own strength, and you must feel this. Think of yourself as this energy, a powerful being against realities harms. When you do so, it grows a sense of importance in you, not arrogance, but importance. With this simple practice, you will soon be on the fast track to gaining confidence. If you are having difficulties in feeling this, think of all of the things in life that you have succeeded in. You are a source of power, and you have made it through so much already. Even when times are difficult, you still have strength deep inside, whether you see it or not.
     
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    Think of your strongest qualities.Do you have a strong-willed passion and determination to finish what you start, or do you enable yourself to live to your fullest? Count everything as a quality, whether it be how beautiful your eyes are, or how skilled you seem to be at scrabble. Feel gratitude for each of these things. How do you think your life would be without one of your qualities? Who would you be otherwise? You see, so many people go day to day without realizing just how much they have until it's gone. Once you see how much you already have, you feel more complete and start to respect your life. Instead of comparing yourself to others, which brings down your self-esteem greatly, think of what you have that others are lacking.
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    Focus on today. Make the most of this moment, this small space in time. Laugh more, be with family more often, take the time to appreciate other's company and learn to grow as an individual. Take a moment to assess how far you've made it in this life already. Are you all that you'd hoped to be by now? If not, think of what you could do to change. Could you listen more, hold higher expectations in yourself, or live in the now? Don't beat yourself up on the answers, as they will come in their own time. Think of all that you have done so far. You are making it in this world, you are improving minute by minute, day by day. Take a deep breath and breathe it all in. Imagine filling every space in your body with compliments from within.
  4. Feel beautiful, no matter what others think of you.
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    Believe that you are beautiful, inside and out. Compliment every single part of your body, and try to see yourself through a different pair of eyes. See yourself as beauty at its finest. The more you whole-heartedly believe that you are, in fact, good looking, the more you start to accept yourself. You can be sure that it will only get better as you do so. Let no one get in the way of what you're feeling, this is your life, and you should not let others bring you down. When life seems like a rainstorm, just remember all that you already have, and the people in your life that make it all worthwhile. Some people search the world for the things you already possess, something so real and so inspirational. Count your blessings and be ready for them to multiply!

How to Deal With Wanting to Be a Woman (for Men)

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Steps

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    Tell the people around you. By telling the people around you that you have decided to be a woman will help you accept it yourself if they can't accept you for how you are them they are not the sort of people you want around you.
     
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    Meet other people such as yourself If you meet people like yourself who want to become woman then you can all help each other accept who you are.
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    Make the change If you are 100% sure that you want to become a woman then maybe now it is time to to the next step and have the sex change that you desire but if you are having any doubts what so ever i would advise that you do not do as you may regret it in the future.
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    Realise that it's OK to feel this way. Although it isn't a common thing, it doesn't mean you are a freak. It's important for you to accept who you are, before anyone else can.