The key for me to take care of my mind is to stay organized. Being well organized allows me to know exactly what I have to do and when. This reduces my stress and allows for maximization of time management.
I eat like a Chinese-meets-a-Lebanese person. "Ho Sek" and "Thazza" respectively: Delicious and Fresh!
All my mind creates is trouble, I shot of my mind and listen only to my heart. I only follow and listen to my intuition.
That is an excellent question. Firstly, everything that goes into our bodies affects our mind's capacity and abilities. So Food and Drugs are all very important to assist and to muddy and incapacitate our minds. For me, no alcohol, drugs (unless medically necessary) and processed/fast foods are allowed.
Secondly, I believe the mind to be our responsibility to develop beyond the mundane activities of survival and navigation of daily chores and relationships. We must strive to expand our understanding and appreciation of all life processes if we are to be truly capable human beings, teachers, parents, and the developers of an enlightened, peaceful world. So in that regard I am an ordained Buddhist monk practicing and teaching meditation and mindful behavior.
Thirdly, and in reference to the first point, the body is our only support for our life, mind, and activity. So, I have been a martial artist most of my life, sometimes teaching, sometimes writing. I have published books on martial training as well as meditation techniques and have an online presence as well as a school, Threefold Lotus Kwoon.