'Thought For Today' ...... February Archives


Friday Feb. 29th

Keep fine lines and wrinkles at bay by applying a moisturizer with SPF of at least 15 every day, even in winter. Before bed, apply a hydrating night cream.


Thursday Feb. 28th

Grab your camera and take pictures of your family—the everyday moments are often the most memorable.


Wednesday Feb. 27th

Buy something you don’t need at all, but would like to have anyway.


Tuesday Feb. 26th


Have trouble sleeping? Try Spritzing your sheets with a lavender scented spray. Lavender induces relaxation and sleep.


Monday Feb. 25th

Make a commitment to get out and walk at least three times this week. Make each walk about 20 minutes. You'll be proud of yourself for sticking to your plan, and you'll feel better too!


Friday Feb.22nd


One of the best ways to make sure you sleep well at night is to exercise regularly during the day. In studies at Stanford University, in Palo Alto, California, 30 to 40 minutes of moderate aerobic activity in the early evening helped people sleep more deeply than those who didn't exercise.


Thursday Feb. 21st


Snuggle under a warm blanket with a cup of hot chocolate and watch an old movie (one of your favorites!). Have kids? Make a deal with your hubby or significant other...he takes the kids off your hands one night so you can have "me time"...and you do the same for him on another night. Now...go make that hot chocolate!

Wednesday Feb. 20th

Our feelings may not be entirely in our control, but our responses are our choice. You have to choose to be happy, choose to be the bigger person, choose not to let someone impact your life in a negative way.


Tuesday Feb. 19th


Go on a "Complaint Fast." Commit to not complaining about anything or anybody for a day ( or two!). Focus on life's more positive aspects, which has been proven to create a deeper sense of gratitude and overall happiness. Can you commit?

Monday Feb. 18

Start a journal.
Writing down your feelings can take a weight off your shoulders you might not have even realized was dragging you down. It’s like free therapy!

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