Happy National Feel Good Day!
In honor of National Feel Good Day – or any day for that matter – remember it all starts with you. While it may sound selfish, think about when you feel good – are you a better friend, worker, boss, spouse, parent? Does life seem better? When you start feeling good it resonates out to the world and you attract more goodness.
So today, make a conscious effort to do at least one feel good thing for you, one feel good thing for someone you love or know, and one feel good thing for a stranger. This could be a larger than usual tip, being more thankful and appreciative of service people, buying someone coffee or lunch, making a donation, or any combination thereof. When we do nice things for ourselves and for others the world becomes a better place.
To help you along your feel-good path on a more regular basis, treat yourself (and your loved ones who also want you to feel good) to a copy of “How to Make Feeling Good Your Priority: A Marathoner’s Journey to a Feel-Good State.” Not a runner, no worries! The book – and feeling good — is about the journey and the process and how we get from the start to the finish line, day in and day out.
To learn more about how you can put feeling good into practice every day, spend $6-$10 on yourself, with a special offer from Amazon for the book, “How to Make Feeling Good Your Priority.”
And to continue this spirit, which includes those feel-good feelings of giving back to others, your purchase will also help support the Wounded Warriors project.
A “go to” read when you need a little nudge to get out of your own way. NH, reviewed June 22, 2021
This book is the first step to a positive journey. Holly gets right to it with easy to read, and even easier to follow steps. I wake up more positive every day. You’ll want to buy 2 because you will definitely want to share! Reviewed April 28, 2021
This book is a must for everyone, I happen to be a runner, but no matter which direction your life is taking you, every chapter will strike a chord in every aspect of what you are experiencing. This book is written as if the Author is talking directly to you. It’s a very intimate read, and so relatable, please do yourself a favor and “choose love”. Michelle S., reviewed April 19, 2021
This book pulls you in with all the great personal stories mixed in with how to apply Ms. Johnson’s advice in your own life. I would tell myself that I would just read one more chapter and then put the book down for a while, but that didn’t happen. Three or four chapters later, I would still be reading and soaking it all up. Very inspirational and look forward to sharing with friends — both athletes and non-athletes. Beth, reviewed March 17, 2021