Quit Multi Tasking Before It’s Too Late

When you’ve got a full schedule, multitasking looks like a good way to free up time. Almost everybody does it. Kids eat while watching TV or playing on an iPad. Adults simultaneously text and surf the internet. Walk down any city street, and you’ll see people attempting to walk and use their smartphones at the same time. Multitasking has become the norm. We even pride ourselves on how many things we can do at once. The more tasks we can juggle, the more valuable we feel we are to our…

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If You Knew You Were Dying, Could You Still Look On The Bright Side Of Life?

Sudden events can turn our lives around and put us in a position where we don’t know what to do and how we’re going to get on from that point. A sudden event can force us to ask ourselves questions about what we did with our lives if we made a difference if we achieved our goals if we fulfilled our dreams. In these questions, we find ourselves stressed and tense, but we should look at the positive signs and events that take place during these hard times. Will Reiser…

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7 ways to stay active on your holiday

  The holiday season is finally here, meaning you might find yourself spending less time at the squat rack and more time by the pool sipping on pina coladas. The solution? Book your fitness escape to beautiful (and affordable) Thailand and get ready for a host of fun-filled activities that will get your heart rate up in between soaking up rays – no treadmill required. WIth Australia’s Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines recommending two-and a-half hours of moderate-intensity activity per week to help prevent weight gain, it’s important to find…

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Creativity is Unlike Anything In The World. The Less You Use, The Less You Have.

Creativity needs practice. You will never run out of ideas unless you stopped thinking of ideas. “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” So, learn from your mistakes, be fun and creative! The post Creativity is Unlike Anything In The World. The Less You Use, The Less You Have. appeared first on Lifehack. Lifehack

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How Far Will You Go To Seek Perfection?

Ever felt so madly in love with what you do, that all you do is think about it? Ever wanted to be so good at what you do so that you could call it perfect? Then this is a must watch the documentary for you. Directed by David Gelb, this masterpiece of a documentary follows the story of the legendary sushi master Jiro Ono.  The documentary follows the life of Jiro Ono and his beloved sushi restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro. The documentary shows the story of the legendary sushi maker who…

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You Sit More Than 9 Hours Per Day So Make Sure You Sit Up Right

Physical inactivity is believed to be the second most cause of death currently, in the United States. According to recent studies, inactive behavior measured by the time spent sitting, leads to high rates of diseases such as; cardiovascular, obesity and type 2 Diabetes. Sitting in your office for an extended period has many implications for your health. It causes a back pain or relatively increases an existing strain. Prolonged sitting in an inert posture leads to increase in the level of stress at the back and shoulders which leads to…

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Save Yourself From A Hectic Morning by Planning Your Outfit Ahead With This App

Building a versatile, well-balanced, and organized wardrobe isn’t always easy. It takes time and effort. But, would it be nice if there were something to help you make the process effortlessly easy? The problem with today’s wardrobes is that they are filled to the brim with all sorts of items. Remember that dress you thought you’d wear someday? With a messy closet, it always seems that there’s nothing to wear anymore. Of course, there’s a myriad of outfit planning and wardrobing apps available, but a few have been able to…

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The Two Ends Of Love and What Lies Between, Or Is There A Between?

Love is a feeling of affection from one person towards another. While there are perhaps one thousand and one definitions for love from the human perspective, the best way to experience it is only when it is reciprocated. Love has many shades – you know those fleeting emotions that works up our feelings and heightens our interest in the other person while we are practically trying to find meaning for these feelings. Of course, real love exists but what Elyane Youssef communicates in the article Healthy Love versus Obsessive Love—& how…

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Good Sex or Personal Space in a Relationship? People Choose the Latter

Closeness and intimacy may seem like the most important elements to a relationship. Good sex builds intimacy, but the majority of people value their personal space over a dynamic sex life. Over the last 25 years, Dr. Terri Orbuch, a psychologist and author of Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship has been conducting a long-term study of marriage. The study itself is called The Early Years of Marriage Project,[1] which has been following the same 373 married couples throughout the throws of their relationships…

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What Secrets Are You Keeping Hidden?

We are all burdened by dark secrets that we keep hidden deep within our minds. We try to push them down into our sub-consciousness so that we don’t have to think about them. We try to keep these demons at bay so that they don’t torment us during our lives. The only way to escape from these demons is through the redemption that we may seek through different routes. Seven pounds is drama movie depicting this exact journey. A fateful man embarks on an extraordinary journey of redemption in which…

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