Mental Fitness

“We will be the same person in 5 years that we are today except for 2 things: the people we meet and the books we read.” – Charles Jones

I am a perpetual self help junkie. I love inspirational quotes, books, podcasts, etc. My mental health depends on it. I see significant increases in work productivity and elevation in mood when I intake these things. My desire to work out and eat right is dependent on my mental state. Anyone else feel the same? Once a month (or so) I will share what I have read and listened to as a way to remind all of us that our mental workouts are just as important as the physical ones.

This month I am reading Grit by Angela Duckworth and Duped by Abby Ellin (I tend to have a couple of books going at a time). I am listening to Atomic Habits by James Clear on Audible. Currently I have 3 podcasts I love: Happier with Gretchen Rubin (she is my favorite person to quote), The Holderness Family, and Take it or Leave it. I do have 2 other short podcasts I listen to in the morning while getting ready that are more for professional development. They are Side Hustle School with Chris Guillebeau and Merriam Websters Word of the Day.

I would love to hear what you are reading and listening too. I’d also love for you to follow my journey of healthy living. You can follow or subscribe to this blog so you never have to miss a post.

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3 thoughts

  1. I just listened to “Educated” by Tara Westover, which I highly recommend! This week I am listening to “12 Years A Slave”, also very good.

    Some great podcasts I listen to are: Secular Buddhism with Noah Rasheta, The Anxiety Coaches Podcast, Stuff You Should Know and This American Life. All great!

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