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Does Risk Taking Hold Any Benefits?

The impetus to take risks may be lacking in most, however, it does lend credence to the fact that to make anything happen, you need to take risks. For each goal set, risks present themselves as obstacles that must be crossed; as missing parts of puzzles that must be put in place before the actualisation of the goal. The question then is this – why are most people afraid to take risks, since it is the only stepping stone to the actualisation of dreams? Wondering why may not provide the…

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Spend 50% Less Time Taking Care Of Your Plants With This App

Home gardening is an enjoyable family activity whose benefits extend beyond your body’s wellness, the environment, and your wallet. There’s the versatility of growing whatever pleases you all year round. There’s also the assurance of efficiently getting the freshest and safest organic herbs, greens and spices at your yard. Being a home gardener at the digital age is awesome, though, in the midst of your busy, hectic schedule, all your plants may wither off and die. The many gardening apps for Android and iOS devices are information-rich and undeniably helpful…

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Did You Know Millions Of Couples Have Come Out Stronger After Taking This Love Test

Love isn’t always straight forward. Even when you seem to have found the perfect person for you, miscommunication and conflicting ways of expressing love can challenge any relationship. Have you ever questioned whether your partner really loves you? Perhaps it annoys you that all they want is to be intimate yet never really tell you how they feel with words? Perhaps you go out of your way to find gifts to show you think about them but they seem unimpressed when they receive them? You may interpret them as being…

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How Note Taking Helps Me Come up with Hundreds of Creative Ideas

Note taking always seems boring to people. It never seems to be something that will boost creativity. But this is not true. If you are looking for an approach to help you think clearly and more creatively, Visual Note-taking or Sketchnoting will help. This technique will keep your brain active, engaged, and highly stimulated. Let’s look at what Visual Note-taking is, why you should use it, and how you can develop it. What Exactly Is Visual Note Taking? Visual Note-taking combines handwritten notes, symbols, drawings, and your creative brain.[1] You…

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The Jeopardy of Taking Others’ Opinions Seriously

When I was younger, I spent a lot of my life caring what other people thought of me. Honestly, it was just a bunch of stress that I never needed. It started during my childhood. My parents always had high expectations for me. I always had to be what their idea of a well-behaved girl should be; disciplined and reserved, having perfect grades and daily habits. It was my responsibility to be the perfect role-model for my sister. Everything that she should strive to be. Even without my parents there,…

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Letting Go Is Not Giving up, It’s Taking the First Step to Taking Back Control

Letting go can sometimes feel a lot like giving up. You may feel that you are betraying the part of yourself that believes you can still make things work. But by dragging out the inevitable until it’s tattered and torn, you are only betraying yourself. That’s why you need to love yourself more, put yourself first, cut your losses, and move on. Forgetting an ex is exactly like kicking an addiction. Turning your back on something that you still want can be one of the most emotionally exhausting endeavors that…

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Taking the Mystery Out of Mystery Shopping

During college, my mother accurately described me as someone who has “champagne taste on a beer budget.” For me, stumbling on mystery shopping was a happy accident. I had previously heard of mystery shopping (or secret shopping) in the past, but I dismissed it as a scam to get my credit card information and social security number. When I decided that it could potentially be something I pursued, I proceeded to scour the internet for reputable companies and tips for being a better shopper. Three years later, I am one…

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Are You Taking Too Much Vitamin D? It Is Possible, But Uncommon

Growing up, it was common to hear my parents tell us the kids not to play in the sun because, according to them, “You will catch yellow fever for exposing too much of your skin to the sun.” But things changed a when we grew up and found out in our elementary science class then that the sun is actually good for the body, especially early in the morning. In fact, we later got to know the sun is actually responsible for the “D” category of the vitamins when the…

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Numerous Studies Reveal that Taking Vacations Increase Productivity

Vacation time and productivity at work are closely linked. Recent studies show that employees who take regular and long vacations are among the most efficient and productive. It’s a matter of working smarter so you don’t have to work harder, or longer. An employee who feels chained to his or her desk or computer terminal and can never take time off for relaxation and contemplation is likely to become a victim of burnout and lose motivation. Americans especially are prone to view themselves as irreplaceable at work, and thus take…

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