Take a 15-minute walk on your lunch break (or walk up and down the stairs when the weather's bad).
"Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers today; and give us not to think so far away as the uncertain harvest; keep us here all simply in the springing of the year." From "A Prayer in Spring" by Robert Frost
"Oh Lord, open my heart to you and others. Thank you for the gift of beautiful relationships."
Dark chocolate is an indulgence that is good for you. Look for 60 percent or higher cocoa content. Dark chocolate is healthier than milk or white chocolate.
Take a 15-minute walk after eating. It can help lower your blood sugar level and reduce your risk of diabetes.
Lord, You make all things new. You bring hope alive in our hearts and cause our Spirits to be born again. Thank you for this new year, for all the potential it holds.
God of all gifts, we thank you for the many ways you have blessed us.
When you're doing holiday cooking or you're trying to cut down on all the snacks that are plentiful this time of year, pop a piece of sugarless chewing gum into your mouth. It will help you consume fewer calories.
Take a walk early in the day and again after dinner. Invite family members to join you and enjoy the holiday together.
O Lord, that lends me life, Lend me a heart replete with thankfulness. William Shakespeare from King Henry VI, act 1