By Katie Stetzer, The Washington Post Washington Times Best Life Skills: A guide to the best ways to stay healthy, thrive, and build a career.
The top five life skills are: 1.
Know your limits.
When it comes to your own health and longevity, your body and mind are bound by your own limitations.
“It’s your body, and your mind, and it’s your thoughts, and if you’re doing something wrong, it’s you,” said Dr. John C. Reilly, an orthopedic surgeon and director of the Center for Human Performance at the University of Southern California.
Understand your limits and plan accordingly.
As long as you know your limits, your life should be a lot easier.
“The more you learn and the more you have experience, the more comfortable you are with yourself and the less stress there will be,” Reilly said.
Exercise is key.
When your body is tired, exhausted, or just feeling weak, it will need a rest.
Exercise can help you get the energy and physical activity you need to get better and keep your body in optimal shape.
“You need to have a goal to do the exercise, and then it becomes an option for you,” Reilly told The Post.
Find a hobby.
There are a number of different ways to pursue a hobby, but it is important to find something that you enjoy doing and then commit to it.
“If you’re not a social person, I would say that the best thing is to spend time with people who have hobbies that are really interesting to them, and you don’t feel pressured to do that or it’s too much of a pressure to just do it,” Reilly added.
Don’t go it alone.
The best thing you can do for yourself and your life is to figure out what you like doing, and work on it.
That means you need the support of a professional who can help make your life more enjoyable and enjoyable for you.
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