Every day, you’re responsible for dozens of tasks, and people hold you accountable to fulfill your promises and get them to where they need to be. Running errands, completing projects on time and coming up with idea after idea for your boss is just one of the many expectations you have to fulfill. So, why fall short? Why not surpass other’s expectations of you with less effort and time? The stronger your memory is, the more productive you become. Here’s an exercise to beat the ‘forgetful blues’, and impress the socks out of everyone you know.

Get Yourself on a Strict Sleep Schedule

Woman SleepingThe better your blood circulation is, the stronger your cognitive ability will be. So, when you improve the movement in your daily life, you’ll also have the opportunity to improve your night’s sleep, fight off fatigue and beat stress—which are all contributors of a poor memory. Start your day off with awaking from a good night’s sleep. Feeling fatigued? Put yourself on a nightly schedule, where you go to bed at the same time every night, and set your alarm to wake up at the same time every morning. When you do, your body will become armed and ready to tackle even the most demanding day ahead.

Eat Up: Cabbage, Strawberries and Broccoli

As it turns out, your mother knew what she was talking about when she told you to eat your fruits and vegetables. Cabbage, strawberries and broccoli all contain high nutrient minerals and vitamins that promote a healthy and thriving memory. Strawberries are full of antioxidants, which prevent build-up in your arteries, and allow better blood flow to your brain. Cabbage is a perfect way to get your daily dose of folic acid in—which gives your brain an immediate memory boost! Eat up, live healthfully and boost your brain power!

Boost Your Memory With a Simple Cardio Plan

????????sWalking gets the blood flowing, and an exercise that’s a great one for anyone of any activity level to get in the habit of doing. A study done in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed that a brisk walk a few times a week can improve the areas of the brain associated with memory—just a 30 minute walk and you will improve blood flow circulation, which causes the nerve cells in your brain to grow. Who said that exercise had to be painful? Encourage your spouse, child or neighbor to walk with you. No matter what age you are, walking is the go-to exercise not only to enhance your physical health, but for your mental stamina, and wellness.