What are You Doing to Improve the Quality of Your Life?
We all want to boost quality of life. After all, the way we live and work has a big impact on how we feel and how we function.
Moves to improve your quality of life can pay long-term dividends in good health and in good relationships. In fact, a recent survey from John Hancock indicates that many people are working toward improving quality of life this year. Some of the results from the respondents include:
- 58% spent more quality time with friends and family
- 58% ate healthier
These changes to the way you interact with others and how you handle your own health can make a big difference. Good relationships can help you improve your mental health and reduce stress and anxiety. On top of that, it staves off loneliness and depression. Healthy relationships can be a big part...