[Manifesto] The Healthy Living Manifesto

Are you living healthily? This manifesto will put you on the right track. :)

The Healthy Living Manifesto (Click image for larger version)

Read the full article: 45 Tips To Live a Healthier Life

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And here are some very handy articles to get you started on your journey of healthy living:

  1. 21 Days To Cultivate Life Transforming Habits
  2. 21-Day Lifestyle Revamp Program
  3. 14 Tips To Successfully Cultivate New Habits (exclusive article in Personal Excellence Book, Volume 2)
  4. Waking Early21 Tips To Wake Up Early | Manifesto version
  5. Quitting Soda5 Reasons To Quit Drinking Soda (& How To Do It)
  6. Weight Loss: 25 Of My Best Weight Loss Tips

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  • http://bilal-kamoon.blogspot.com/ Bilal Kamoon

    Celes, I’ve noticed that cutting down/reducing processed food is repeated in #10 and #25
    The original article also has this recurrent

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Hey Bilal, thanks for calling that out! Can’t believe that got repeated. I think I’ll change #25 to going organic.

  • Jay

    I hope your web business is going well but this really is a load of nonsense……………..

    Eat small meals…………………..WHY?

    Go organic………………… Can you prove WHY???

    Go on a vegan diet……………… WHY?

    Hang out with healthy people………………… For the love of god WHY????????????

    I’ve seen some nonsense in my life but ffs WHY WHY WHY ??????????

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      Did you even bother reading the original article before posting your comment? The manifesto is merely a consolidation of the tips that are in existing articles. The original article link is prominently cited below each manifesto.

      The tips in the list are also generally established helping points in healthy living. I recommend you check google for more information if you are unclear about things like organic food, veganism, eating small meals – you will find tons of articles covering those topics in detail.

  • Susan

    Celes, this is a very appealing poster graphically. I think it is your best design yet.

    Line 28 has a stray character (a letter under the apsotrophe).

    I sense your anger at Jay. I do see a great benefit to eating alot of fruits and vegetables, but I do not personally subscribe to a vegan diet. I respect the choices of those who do choose veganism, but I disagree with promoting it to those who do not choose it. Therefore, as beautiful as the poster is, I do not plan to share it because of the vegan references. (And yes I did read the article AND the internet research. And I still disagree that a vegan diet is healthy.)

    • http://personalexcellence.co Celes

      The design is not by me – it’s by a designer whom I engaged to do it.

      Thanks for informing regarding the stray character – I’ll fix it now.

      My response to Jay is not regarding his challenge toward veganism (or going organic, or hanging out with healthy people, for that matter) but the discourteous way he was presenting his comment. I adhere by the vegan diet because of non-cruelty reasons – I acknowledge everyone has his/her own diet preferences and I personally do not care what anyone eats in his/her life – it’s their choice to make. I have never tried to push the diet to anyone, whether on PE or real life. Otherwise, I would be writing articles like “10 Reasons One Should Be a Vegan” or “Why Veganism is the Best Diet For You”, which I have never written on the site. In the healthy lifestyle challenges like 21DHL both in 2011 and 2012, I have never once included veganism as any part of the tasks.

      It’s unfortunate that you plan not to share the poster because of the vegan references (note I included those points in the poster to encourage others to experiment different diets, not to push veg*n, otherwise the points would be “Become a veg*n” and not “Go on a veg*n diet” (which is meant as a form of experimentation)), but I respect your decision.

  • Naveen

    Tip # 24 really worked for me. I lost 4 pounds in 2 weeks just by skipping sugar in my coffee.

    I disagree with tip # 27. Coffee is good…in moderation. This is also proven by research as quoted in a Newsweek article several years ago.

    As regards tip # 28 about avoiding alcohol I drink sparingly. In fact you could say I am a teetotaler.

    However it seems that those who drink have the most fun, the most friends and get most invited.
    So this might be a tip that does not prolong your life but just makes it look longer because you are so darned bored and lonely :dance:


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