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147 Tips to a Happier and Healthier Life

From time to time, I enjoy sharing lists of tips that can help you better organize your life, beat procrastination and get tasks done faster, so you can spend time doing the things that really matter.

If you've been struggling to achieve those goals, you'll want to review this comprehensive "cheat sheet" of 147 tiny tips to help you live better, greener, healthier and happier from the Frugalist Web site.

And to make this list even simpler, it's smartly divided into seven distinct categories, ranging from job tips to romance to health and diet issues.

If you haven't already encountered "Getting Things Done" by David Allen, I encourage you to review my write up of it four years ago. My enthusiasm for it over time has only increased. I have progressed to the point where I am a black belt in his system and attribute much of my high productivity to applying his principles.

If you are already familiar with "Getting Things Done," there are two resources that might be helpful for you, one is The Ultimate Getting Things Done Index and the other is Massive Getting Things Done Resource List. Both of these will help you to take "Getting Things Done" to the next level.

Getting back to the original link, though, I agree with all of these tips except for one (#133), which is about cutting down on meat; it's not specific enough. Taking nutritional typing into account, some people (carb types) need very little meat, while protein types may actually do worse by cutting down on it.

What protein types can do is to eat their meat raw making certain, of course, that it is from a high-quality source. By doing this, you will likely be able to reduce your meat intake by 50 percent and obtain the same amount of nutritional value, as much of the protein is not properly utilized when you heat it.

Frugalist May 10, 2007

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