- Walk every day, rain or shine.
- Walk further every day, rain or shine.
- Whilst walking look up, look around and notice stuff. Walk tall, breathe fully and don't even think about e-mail, spread-sheets or PPT.
- Clean up the diet. Real, local, fresh and simply cooked is a great place to start.
- Get good at cooking.
- Good food makes you feel good.
- So does mastery.
- Watch less, read more.
- Read more widely. More diverse. Support the local library and wander the shelves.
- Return your home to a sanctuary and no longer a holding station for a car boot sale.
- Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. William Morris.
- Have some real friends in your life. Share real stuff one to one. Let them know they are a real friend.
- De-prioritise technology to being a servant not a master.
- Think candles over cables, fields over Facebook, architecture over apps.
- Flex your mood with music, conversation and labour (baking bread, repairing the fence and fast, fast frisbee).
- Get as excited as a kid again.
- And do it more often: don't act your age.
- Ask why? of yourself a whole lot less.
- Keep a journal. Write in it.
- Write more real letters. Decent pen, decent paper. Real envelope and stamp.
- Decide to feel better.
- Get up early for sun-rise.
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