Solo Travel Made Easy

Traveling solo can be a great adventure. If you travel alone, you’ll get to know yourself better and follow your own schedule. If you’ve been holding back, these tips will make it easier for you to head out alone. You’ll learn how to deal with three of the most common concerns.

Coping with Loneliness and BoredomSolo Travel Made Easy

How to Support a Friend Who’s Struggling with Weight Issues

It’s a good bet you’re close to someone who’s struggling with weight issues. One-third of adults in the United States are overweight. Your friends that are going through these difficulties may want to open up and talk about their weight challenges with you. Will you be ready to listen and support your friend?

How Visualizing Your Victory Can Make It Happen

There's such a thing as “willing” a particular outcome into being. If you've heard people say they "called it theirs" and it became theirs, believe it! Visualizing your victory is a proven way to turn it into reality.

Defining your victory goes hand in hand with mapping out a plan for achieving it. Once you know where you're going, all you need to do is plan your journey for getting there. Sure, it might sound a bit far-fetched. But when you give it a shot, you'll realize the magnitude of this approach.

The Working Woman’s Guide to Beneficial Bragging

Many women have a hard time getting ahead in the workplace because they are reluctant to brag. You may feel conflicted when you would like to celebrate your victories, but you want to avoid coming across as arrogant. A Brigham Young University study confirmed that social norms about modesty tend to hold women back.

Top 4 Ways to Become More Alert

Are the world and its opportunities passing you by? Does it seem like nothing you desire ever becomes a reality? Perhaps you’re spacing out instead of vigilantly seeking out opportunities.

Maybe your level of alertness is less than favorable. That could be attributed to many different reasons. Perhaps you're just tired or sick of trying over and over again. If it's the former, it's time to get some rest. If it's the latter, giving up is a surefire way of leading a dull, unaccomplished life.

The Secret to Distinguishing Between Appetite and Hunger

If you think hunger and appetite are the same thing, think again. Being able to distinguish between the two can help you to manage your weight and select healthier foods for you and your family.

Hunger is a physical sensation that’s triggered when your body needs food. Your brain detects signals like an empty stomach and lets you know that it’s time to refuel. On the other hand, appetite is a desire to eat regardless of your physical condition. You may suddenly crave cookies because you see a TV commercial or smell them baking.

What Every Job Hunter Needs to Know About Assessing Your Future Boss

When you’re searching for a new job, you’re also taking on a new boss. That decision could have a big impact on your current happiness and future career prospects. Almost 75% of workers say the most stressful aspect of their job is their relationship with their immediate supervisor, according to a survey by the American Psychological Association.

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