It Is Magically Possible To Work Less And Still Do More

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently? It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most…

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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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Watch This And See If You Still Want To Judge A Book By Its Cover

Many experiences in one’s life can change one’s perspective; some leave a stronger impact than others, whilst some can completely change the path of one’s life. What we do in response to these events is what truly defines us, makes us who we are, and defines a person’s courage and bravery. Stephen King’s 1996 novel, The Green Mile was adapted into a movie under the visionary direction of Frank Darabont, and portray’s the importance of one’s character. Man with a special gift The movie follows the lives of guards at…

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If You Exercise but Sit a Lot, You’re Still Unhealthy

A typical day used to be spent doing physical labor, but that is no longer the case. The inactivity most of us experience as part of our daily career routine can increase our risk of dying. You may make time to go to the gym an hour or two a week, but if 40 other hours are spent sitting at a desk or sitting during your lunch break, you aren’t actually compensating for it while you’re at the gym.[1] While many of us mean well and fully intend to walk…

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Still Tired After A Vacation? Here Is Why You Need Another

When you hear the word “vacation”, what comes to mind? For most it means having fun, indulging or pampering themselves to some degree or simply relaxing and catching up on sleep. Most people consider it a time to unwind and recharge away from work and the stresses of life. However, the reality for some is that they end up feeling even more stressed and exhausted than they did before they went on vacation. Now, how is this possible? Vacationing the Wrong Way A common misconception that people have with going…

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Why We Say What We Won’t Do (but Still Say It Anyway)

Every day we say a lot about what we want and will do. “I want to pet a cat.” “I want to buy a house for my parents.” “I don’t want to be single anymore.” “I will love you no matter what.” “I will work harder in the future.” It’s easy to make plans for the future. And we make resolutions all the time. Consider that a full 80% of resolutions fail by the second week of February.[1] And that a vast majority of relationships (plus many marriages) end as…

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How Saving Money Is Still Possible Even If You’re on a Tight Budget

We have all been there. Checking our bank accounts obsessively, fruitlessly hoping that money will just show up. Maybe you’re in the midst of a job transition, or maybe you don’t have a steady job at all. Whether you make your money through odd-jobs, a steady salary or part time work, there is a way to save money, despite the budget. It’s scary, right? Trying to make ends meet while not turning into a recluse and always having to make up excuses while you can’t go out. You can start…

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20 Recipes That Prove a Ripen Banana Is Still Good to Go!

Every time I hear someone say they they can’t do anything with a ripe banana, I cringe. There are so many things you can do with ripe bananas! Sure, they aren’t as appetizing by themselves, but they most definitely can serve you in a variety of ways. Cookie, cakes, smoothies, and breads — there’s just no going wrong here. Here is a compilation of recipes I’ve gathered for you from around the internet. With this much variety, you’re bound to find what makes your taste buds happy. 1. Chocolate Banana…

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Is Our Daily Cup of Coffee Still Under Threat in 2017?

In 2012, research scientists warned that wild Arabica coffee could be extinct by the year 2080. The bleak message was delivered in a paper written by scientists at London’s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and Ethiopia’s Environment and Coffee Forest Forum. It confirmed climate change as an overwhelming threat to the sites where wild Arabica grows and predicted that the best case (but most unlikely) scenario is a 38% reduction in localities suitable for growing this important species. The most probable outcome? A massive 65-99.7% loss of growing sites. That’s without…

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Still Believe Long Workout Is Good For Your Heart? You Should Exercise In This Way Instead!

If you’re anything like me, you love starting your day with a great workout. However, many people believe that they should work out once a day (for about an hour or so). I’ve got some shocking information for you and it will change the way you workout for life! Slow and steady does not win the race You read that right, folks. Working out for an hour or so going from machine to machine is only going to wear your body down. Dr. Joel Seeman (an exercise psychologist) has research…

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