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What You Should Know About Multi-Tasking
Daily juggling dilutes, depletes, depresses and oh that stress! Then why do we still multi-task?
Don't Stress, Think Yourself Thin
Weight Loss has gone awry, even a health hazard. Why pay hefty prices to starve because you can do that on your own for free? Successful weight management has always been free and sustainable…
The Happiness Lie
The difference between a sad person and a happy person could hinge on the ability to tell a “good” lie.
How to Change Their Bad Habits
It might not be readily admitted, but many people once they live with each other, “the person whom they fell in love with and initially wouldn’t change for the world,” will do everything in their power to change their loved one’s habits.
6 Words Starting with “S” Could Save Your Life
The best thing about America’s health crisis is that you can take charge of your health profile to reverse much of the damage and live healthier than ever before.
How to Handle Happiness Deficit Disorder
It’s positively depressing how much has been written about happiness. However, if you have ordinary HDD - Happiness Deficit Disorder –here are two practical and profound approaches to happiness:
Number 1 Cause of Relationship Ruin
Spring cleaning coincides with the changing of the clocks and so, we need to reset our biological rhythms once again. These physical activities inevitably lead to spring cleaning relationships and if there has been a breakup:
3 Ways Science Can Change Your Life Story
Perhaps you have heard the buzz word, neuroplasticity. If you haven’t, you might be unaware of the scientific magic of increasing your willpower, motivation, happiness and health.
“The Artist” Presents 5 Winning Life Skills
The Oscar winner “The Artist” makes a huge statement about our current stressful lifestyles: It’s time to go silent, simpler and spontaneous. Movies present a wonderful opportunity for emotional therapy.
You Really Are What You Eat
Food can bring people together making them feel either welcome or alienated. If you want to know what someone is really like, share a meal together.
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