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Admit it, we sometimes get overwhelmed by so many tasks at hand that must be completed within a short span of time. The below infographic, from NFIB.com, illustrates helpful strategies to help us make the most out of our time and acomplish more. [More]

Drink Cocoa

Making lifestyle changes is good for you if you manage to stick to them. However, surveys suggest that most resolutions are ditched by February. [More]

Comfort Desert

If you’ve had a bad day, you might eat a tub of Ben and Jerry’s for comfort. However, contrary to the popular belief, a study has found comfort food may not comfort us any more than other food or not eating. [More]

Garfield: The Lazy Person's Guide to Not Being Lazy

Laziness is the art of postponing, or avoiding, to do the things that matter the most to you. This is how Matthew McEwan defined laziness. [More]

8 Confidence Boosters

By on May 22, 2013

One of the ingredients of being great and succeeding in life is being confident. Try these no-fail tricks to channel greatness. [More]

Go-Green-on-Your-Skin-Organic-Makeup

Many personal care products contain phthalates. These are industrial plasticisers that have been linked to long-term liver and kidney damage, as well as causing damage to developing fetuses and the male testes. [More]

How to Stick With Your New Year's Resolution

When a new year begins we are make resolutions believing it is the perfect time to start anew but after a few weeks we fail accomplishing our goals. So here are easy ways to stick with our resolutions. [More]

New Year's Resolution

New Year’s Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past. As the final seconds of the year tick away we reflect on the changes we want (or need) to make and resolve to follow through on those changes. [More]

Why Gratitude is Good for Your Mental Health

Being thanked and having reason to thank others are two sides of the same gratefulness coin. Both exemplify the positive in human behavior and provide us with a positive charge that boosts our emotional balance. [More]

Angry Birds

Playing computer games like Angry Birds could make you smarter and improve your productivity at work according to scientists. [More]

Reading Can Keep You Healthy

By on August 26, 2012

The joy of reading

Several studies show evidences that getting lost in a good book does not only provide recreation but might actually be good for our mental and physical health too. [More]

Never give up

Feel like you have hit the dead end? Have your enthusiasm been drained and now you don’t know how to move forward? I have compiled quotes that fired up my motivation when I feel like I have reached the road block and I hope they can do wonders to you as well. [More]

GoogleFinalPerk

Google is known for its excellent employee benefits but did you know their perks extend until afterlife? [More]

Lesser Lies Means Improved Health

New study shows telling fewer lies improves physical and mental health. [More]

love-the-rain

A gloomy weather may have the potential to ruin the cheeriest moods but do not let your spirit be dampen by the bad weather. Rain also has this tranquilizing and calming effects if you pay attention to the thousand droplets reaching any surface. [More]

Live-Your-Passion

According to former track athlete Jim Ryun, motivation is what gets you started and habit is what keeps you going. When you find your passion, you’ll have a boost of motivation to get started and change your life. [More]

Future generations

How can you save the world? Most people will be dumbfounded when asked such a question. They would think they have to be a somebody in this world to be able to do so. But you do not have to have power or to be a superhero to change the world. Just consider doing one or all of the following and you will be on the road to making this world a better place. [More]

How to Really Get Lucky

By on July 14, 2012

How to Really Get Lucky

They say luck is better than skill. That is why people find ways to increase their luck. Some resort to an ancient Chinese art or practice popularly known as Feng Shui while others tried bizarre superstitions. The good news is we can create the circumstances to find our luck. [More]

Why Optimists Usually Win

By on June 10, 2012

Optimism is good

A new study suggests that thinking positively can change behaviour to drive you towards an outcome. [More]