Choose happiness | 2021 - Starting where 2020 left off | 6 Things to stop saying to your daughter

2020 was a year like no other. From a global perspective, it's hard to find a year with as much consistent turmoil. How many were afraid to turn on the news to find out what has now occurred. Pandemic, fires, floods, hurricanes/typhoons, insects, protests, riots, cyberattacks, and a Noble Peace Prize winner who ordered the military to suppress an insurrection, leading to the shooting at and detainment of United Nation Staffers. This is just a snippet of what happened in the World, it doesn't include anything that happened in your personal life. 2021 was going to be better, it had to be, then last week happened. Regardless of your political stance, I would hope that if nothing else, the death of 5 people, one of which was an officer, has to wear heavy on your heart. If these events have you feeling confused, concerned, and scared, you aren't alone. The World around us is uncertain, as much as we'd like to control everything, we simply can't. Control your actions, your words, your emotions. Choose to be better, to be kinder, to be smarter, and to be happier.

Stop Saying These 6 Things To Your Daughter

These phrases may seem innocent, but all parents should be more conscious of what messages they're actually sending when they say them. Fatherly

7 Reasons You Should Eat Oatmeal Everyday

A comfortable bowl of oatmeal is as nutritious as it is delicious. Here's why you should make it your daily breakfast. Everyday Health

How Long Should You Be Sleeping

Napping for 30 minutes or longer gives your body enough time to enter deep, reinvigorating (slow-wave) sleep. However — and this is a big however — napping for too long or waking up from slow-wave sleep can leave you feeling groggy, a phenomenon called “sleep inertia,” for up to an hour, which, of course, defeats the purpose of napping altogether. Mel Magazine

21 Reasonable Resolutions for Getting Fit and Healthy in 2021

You won’t find gameplans here for maxing out on the bench press or winning a Memorial Day 5K. Each is a worthy pursuit, but there are so many other digestible, actionable, sustainable ways to improve how you move and feel on the day-to-day. Inside Hook