Post-Olympic Blues? 10 Ways To Achieve ‘Personal Life’ Best

The Huffington Post:

There will be few people today who aren’t going to miss the feel-good factor of the Games.

If you weren’t moved to tears by the achievements of medal winners, broken by the humility of athletes apologising for coming ‘second’ and motivated by the commitment of sports men and women who have sacrificed friendships and family time in order to break world records, well, you might not be of this planet.

Of course, we’ve still got the Paralympics to go. But, if you’re not sure those daily doses of sport will be enough, Elaine Fox, author of Rainy Brain, Sunny Brain, suggests now is the time to for a little ‘brain training’.

With a little practise, you’ll be able to enjoy some serious life highs of your own, without the help of London 2012, says the professor of cognitive psychology from the University of Essex.

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