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About jogloblog

Welcome to Jo Glo! I’m Jo, and I, well, “I really just want to be the warm yellow light that pours all over everyone I love.” I aspire to inspire others to live healthier, happier, and overall improve their lives — and make the world a better place! I’ll share health and happiness tips and articles, inspirational pictures and quotes, workouts, anything to HELP others; and my own personal experience along the way. Let’s make the world a better place. 💪🏽🌎😊🔆 Blog: Instagram: jogloig Twitter: JoGloTweets Pinterest: JoGloPins Email:

Love your body and teach your mind to respect it.


Laughter is more than just a pleasurable activity. It can boost immunity and lower blood pressure and cortisol levels. It’s a source of social bonding and helps to reduce conflict and cushion social stress. When people laugh together, they tend to talk and touch more. So go ahead — indulge in those silly YouTube videos, repeat dumb jokes, tune in to your favorite comedians, and generally relish any chance for laughter.

Every morning, fill your mind with good news.Good news: I woke up in a warm bed.Good news: I have a roof over my head.

Research suggests that spending money on an experience brings more happiness than buying a possession, so instead of buying that new shirt or piece of jewelry, use money to plan a party, go to a concert, or visit a new neighborhood or a new city.

Whatever the week ahead brings, may you hang on tightly to your sense of humor and your patience. May you find moments of peace and beauty amid the chaos. May your compassion be deep enough to include yourself. And may your coffee be strong and plentiful.

Do Something New

Novelty and challenge serve as important engines of happiness; we’re happiest when we have new experiences. Even small steps, such as going to new restaurants or seeing different sets of friends, can give us a boost. In fact, positive events make us happier when they’re not predictable, because the surprise makes the experience more intense.

“When one loves, one does not calculate.”

— St. Thérèse of Lisieux

Take this moment. Relax your shoulders. Relax your jaw.Inhale slow. Exhale slower. Soften your gaze.Now be. Just be.