It’s really this simple: Research shows that people with a positive outlook on life live significantly longer. To begin with, a...
What do you need to be more excited about your life? How would you design a happy moment? Perhaps you remember this episode of the Mary Tyler Moore show: Mary said (glumly, in distress), “I need a change. Every day, I get up in the morning, I go to work, I do...
What do you mean by this statement? “I don’t like exercising.” Frequently it means: “I don’t enjoy the particular type of exercise I think I have to do.”
Well, for one thing, if you don’t like lifting weights in a gym, don’t do it. Alternatively, if you don’t like running, don’t do that. In fact, don’t settle for the elliptical machine if you think it’s a snooze.
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what you need. Remember, it’s okay to put yourself first, because no one else will. In fact, if you’re not clear on what your purpose in life is, you’re in good company. Frequently most people are in the same boat.
Self-care is a peculiar, mysterious concept for a lot of us. For one thing, you may feel selfish putting yourself first. Paradoxically, you gain with greater accomplishments. In the final analysis, taking care of ourselves is important to remain fully alive and healthy.
Is your life in a rut? Are you just treading water? Are you floundering about? Is your current direction a dead end?
Consider this: Treading water is a personal-safety survival technique that is taught in most swim classes. Successful treading water is done using as little energy as possible. The point of treading water is to stay afloat
You’ve probably heard, or read about, how beneficial meditation can be for your health and your peace of mind. Not to mention, your sense of well-being. As a result, you’re convinced. In fact, you’re ready to (gulp) try it yourself.
Is this you? “I’m so sorry I’m late…”
You’re late. For everything. All the time. Frustrating, isn’t it?
Additionally, you know being on time would keep you on good terms with your (colleagues, clients. family, friends).
It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress. But you have more control than you think. In fact, when you manage stress, you take charge: of your thoughts, your feelings, and how you deal with problems.
Clutter impacts your brain as well as your closet. Specifically, de-cluttering isn’t about re-arranging your shoes. Surprisingly, clutter can even make you fat. To put it another way, a cluttered atmosphere simply isn’t conducive to cooking and eating...
Like many people, you probably take great pride in believing you are a multitasker. For example, maybe you’re reading this article while trying to save time by doing multiple things at once.
We all have 24 hours in each day, and how we spend it makes all the difference in the world. Additionally, there is never enough time to do everything. On the other hand, there is always enough time to do the important things.
Time management is not about filling every moment with productive work. Instead, it’s about organizing your life so you have more time to do what is important to you.