How to raise your self-esteem by exercising and eating healthy

The following is a list of things that will help you increase your self esteem: • Exercise : Do it, exercise, do it.

• Eat : Eat more, eat less, eat healthy.

• Sleep : Get enough sleep, sleep well, sleep easy, sleep sound, sleep safe.

• Exercise , eat and sleep : Eat healthy, exercise and exercise more.• Talk to people and make friends : Have fun, be creative, be social, talk to people.

• Listen to music : Listen to your favorite music, make friends and make connections.• Make friends : Get friends, socialize and have fun.• Take pictures : Take pictures of yourself, make people smile, enjoy yourself.• Read : Read, read, read.• Play music : Play music, play a game, take a picture, or enjoy yourself in a different way.• Spend money : Spend money, shop, buy something, rent something, buy food, rent a car, buy a room, rent an apartment, buy clothes, buy shoes, buy groceries, buy furniture, buy gifts, buy electronics, buy things.• Learn a new language : Learn a language, learn something new, learn about a new culture, learn a new thing, learn more, speak, speak in a foreign language, speak something new.• Write a story : Write a book, a book club, write a short story, write an essay, write some poetry, write something.• Teach a new skill : Teach a skill, learn how to do something, learn to use something, teach someone.• Share a new thought : Share a thought, share an idea, share a picture.• Get help : Get help, get help, call a doctor, call someone, get a doctor’s note, get assistance.• Have fun : Enjoy yourself, do something new and do it again, do some fun things, do more fun things.

How to raise self-respectHow to make yourself feel goodAbout the Author : Sarah G. Jones is a freelance writer living in New York City.

Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, New York Magazine, Forbes and Time.

You can follow her on Twitter @sarahjones.

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