In many ways, life seems to be one trial after another. Our biggest task is to successfully navigate these trials. The exact hurdles will differ from person to person. We all have challenges, though.
Some of us seem to have an uncanny ability to successfully deal with any obstacle, while others struggle. We can all learn to be part of the former group.
Eureka moments feel so good. Isn’t it awesome when you’re about to give up hope of being able to solve a thorny dilemma, and then you experience a flash of insight that clarifies everything?
While these events may seem beyond your control, scientific studies suggest otherwise. You can train yourself to enjoy more breakthroughs. These tips will help you find the answers you’ve been searching for.
If you want to hold onto your brain cells, you may need to change your media habits. Focusing on one task at a time is good for your health.
That’s the lesson from a recent university study that found that using multiple devices at once was linked to a loss of brain tissue. Previous studies have found that chronic multitasking can weaken your attention span, memory, emotional intelligence, and social skills.
Protect your grey matter by doing less and accomplishing more. Try these tips for becoming more single-minded.
In an age where the media paints warped pictures about body image, it can be difficult to be accepting of yourself. You look at what they call beautiful and compare it to your look. Often times, you end up developing an unhealthy body image.
Today's the day to put aside what someone else calls beautiful. Your body is precious and unique. Its uniqueness alone is enough to be considered beautiful.
Given the rise in temporary and contingent work in recent years, many people are trying to find job satisfaction and develop career prospects in these new arrangements. How can you get up to speed quickly and collaborate with the permanent staff members who already know each other?
Try these tips for becoming part of the team when you’re doing temporary work.
Strategies to Use When You’re Choosing a Temporary Assignment
Conventional medicine has done a good job with acute care, but the results have been less impressive when it comes to chronic conditions. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of all adult Americans now have at least one long-term, complex condition such as heart disease or diabetes.
Deciding on a career can sometimes be difficult. After spending a few years studying in a particular field, one would think that your career choice is obvious. Sometimes, though, uncertainty looms because you aren't fully connected to the field.
Have you chosen a certain career direction because your parents want you to do it? Keep in mind that your ideal career should be something that still gives you joy ten years down the line.
It can be difficult to figure out how to eat healthy when you see new nutrition studies, with complicated scientific language, coming out every other week. How about relying on a system so easy it’s color-coded?
Natural foods often give you clues about their nutritional values if you look at their colors. Let this rainbow of a guide help you make smart food choices.
Going through your workdays with a sense of disappointment is tough. At the beginning of your career, you probably felt like you were on track. Now, you wonder how you missed the signs that the career you chose wasn’t for you.
If your current career is unrewarding, it doesn’t have to be the one you stay in for the rest of your life.
You can break away from where you are today and move on to something more fulfilling. It will take effort, but you’re more than capable of doing it.
If you loved skating as a kid, turn your old hobby into a fun, new workout. Even if you’re a complete newbie, skating is easy to learn and safe as long as you follow some simple precautions.
Put some wheels or blades under your feet. Take a look at the advantages of skating and how to make rollerblading or ice skating part of your exercise routine.