50 Habits of Healthy, Happy, Peaceful People

By Carolyn Flynn

50 Habits Of Healthy, Happy, Peaceful People

Healthy, happy, peaceful people are a delight to be around. They’re full of vitality, energy, and have glowing radiant skin. They’re serene and grounded, and see the best in you and me. They live life to the fullest and find joy in everyday living.

Wouldn’t you like to be a healthy, happy, peaceful person too?

Healthy, happy, peaceful people practice daily habits of spiritual, emotional, nutritional, and physical health to achieve optimal health and happiness.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle click to tweet

Here are 50 habits of healthy, happy, peaceful people that you can follow to create your own life of peace, health, and happiness.

spiritual habits, inner peace

Spiritual Habits

They trust their intuition and follow their inner guidance

They meditate and connect with inner peace

They spend time connecting with nature

They give their worries to God or the universe to take care of

They share their gifts and talents

They forgive themselves and others daily

They believe in possibilities

They live for the moment and in the present

They connect with the divine in themselves and others

They trust a higher power will guide them and help them navigate life

They believe in themselves

emotional health, happiness

Emotional Habits

They laugh everyday

They spend time with friends

They talk positively to themselves and others

They do what makes them feel happy

They express their thoughts and feelings

They take time for creativity and play

They love and nurture themselves

They show kindness and love to themselves and others

They ask for help when needed

They are accepting of themselves and others, flaws and all

They know how to quiet their mind

They set goals and intentions, and then take actions to complete them

They are continually learning, discovering, and expanding their mind

They take vacations from work

They are not afraid to say, “I love you” “thank you” and “I’m sorry”

They spend quality time with loved ones

They have healthy, supportive, loving relationships

They like themselves

healthy foods, fresh fruits

Nutritional Habits

They eat their greens

They eat foods that give them vitality and energy

They avoid refined sugars, white flours, and processed foods

They drink plenty of water

They eat nutrient dense foods

They eat foods that harmonize with their body

They frequent farmer’s markets and organic food co-ops

They love buying and eating fresh organic produce and food

They take time to enjoy and savor their meals

fitness, physical health, health habits

Physical Habits

They get nightly refreshing sleep

They make exercise fun

They love and nurture their body

They take time for rest and rejuvenation

They move and stretch their bodies daily

They are flexible in body and mind

They make life an adventure

They have good poop

Their inner beauty is as important as their outer beauty

They treat their body with love

They share and receive love and affection

They have lots of great sex

By Carolyn Almendarez

Which of these habits will you start today? Share in the comments below.

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Carolyn Flynn is a Relationship Expert and author of Heal Your Grief, SMART Talk, and Holiday Peace And Joy.

The Power of Affirmations

By Carolyn Flynn

Affirmations are positive phrases of what you would like to be or like to have in life. They keep your mind focused on the end goal you desire to reach. They help you to overcome obstacles and doubts that distract you from your goals such as fear, negativity, false reality appearing real, misconceptions, and old thoughts and beliefs that can easily derail you from becoming and doing what you want in life.

It’s like the childhood story of The Little Engine That Could. To give her strength to conquer the mountain she repeated the affirmation “I think I can” “I think I can” over and over until she made it over the mountain.

To create an affirmation, write down what you would like to have or be. Then add “I am” or “I have” before your desire. Such as “I am happy” or “I have a loving relationship”.

For those goals that seem very hard to reach add a transition statement such as “I am in the process of ” or “I am starting to”. Such as “I am in the process of being happy” or “I am starting to have a loving relationship”. This is a true statement for you since that is the direction you are heading.

Repeating affirmations keep you focused in the direction you want for yourself and your life. Like The Little Engine That Could soon you will be saying, “I knew I could.” “I knew I could.”

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By Carolyn Flynn

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Carolyn Flynn is a Relationship Expert and author of Heal Your Grief, SMART Talk, and Holiday Peace And Joy.