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Why You Need ‘Say No’ Days

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk We’re all familiar with the concept of a “no-spend day,” right? For 24 hours, you commit to not spending any money. No impulse buys, no takeout, no purchases whatsoever. In fact,

Why You Need ‘Say No’ Days

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk We’re all familiar with the concept of a “no-spend day,” right? For 24 hours, you commit to not spending any money. No impulse buys, no takeout, no purchases whatsoever. In fact,

Find a Hobby That Gets You Off Your Smartphone

article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Every day, I try to do at least one activity that is both engaging and smartphone-free—and if it’s social, that’s a bonus. Sometimes it’s a group exercise class. Sometimes it’s choir

Find a Hobby That Gets You Off Your Smartphone

article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Every day, I try to do at least one activity that is both engaging and smartphone-free—and if it’s social, that’s a bonus. Sometimes it’s a group exercise class. Sometimes it’s choir

To Feel Better About Yourself, Learn A Small New Skill

To Feel Better About Yourself, Learn A Small New Skill article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk So much of self care is self-focused, whether it’s an indulgence like a nice bath or work like making yourself a

To Feel Better About Yourself, Learn A Small New Skill

To Feel Better About Yourself, Learn A Small New Skill article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk So much of self care is self-focused, whether it’s an indulgence like a nice bath or work like making yourself a

How to Steal Time for Your Creative Work

article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Work-life balance for creative types is more like work-work-life. You’ve got to find time for both your work responsibilities and your non-work responsibilities, plus time for the people you care about

How to Steal Time for Your Creative Work

article by “Staff” (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Work-life balance for creative types is more like work-work-life. You’ve got to find time for both your work responsibilities and your non-work responsibilities, plus time for the people you care about

Use Friday to Plan the Following Week

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Many of us have little rituals to help us transition out of the workweek and make the weekend as relaxing as possible. Maybe you go to happy hour; maybe you order

Use Friday to Plan the Following Week

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Many of us have little rituals to help us transition out of the workweek and make the weekend as relaxing as possible. Maybe you go to happy hour; maybe you order

Use Your Snooze Alarm to Practice Morning Mindfulness

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk The next time your morning alarm goes off, use your nine minutes of snooze time to stretch, check in with yourself, and reflect on what you hope to get out of

Use Your Snooze Alarm to Practice Morning Mindfulness

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk The next time your morning alarm goes off, use your nine minutes of snooze time to stretch, check in with yourself, and reflect on what you hope to get out of

Looking Back: Grocery Retail Trends of 2019

article by Alexandra Sevelius reposted from Relax Solutions Retailers have been dealing with constant change for decades and if anyone has earned a break, they have. But the reality is that the change and the challenges aren’t going to stop

Looking Back: Grocery Retail Trends of 2019

article by Alexandra Sevelius reposted from Relax Solutions Retailers have been dealing with constant change for decades and if anyone has earned a break, they have. But the reality is that the change and the challenges aren’t going to stop

February 2020 Reading: The Way of the Samurai – Inazo Nitobe

“This classic text by Inazo Nitobe defining the moral code of the warrior class or Samurai has had a huge impact both in the West and in Japan itself. Drawing on Japanese traditions such as Shinto and Buddhism, and citing

February 2020 Reading: The Way of the Samurai – Inazo Nitobe

“This classic text by Inazo Nitobe defining the moral code of the warrior class or Samurai has had a huge impact both in the West and in Japan itself. Drawing on Japanese traditions such as Shinto and Buddhism, and citing

Our Hierarchy of Needs

True freedom is a luxury of the mind. Find out why. article by Neel Burton M.D. reposted from Psychology Today In his influential paper of 1943, A Theory of Human Motivation, the American psychologist Abraham Maslow proposed that healthy human

Our Hierarchy of Needs

True freedom is a luxury of the mind. Find out why. article by Neel Burton M.D. reposted from Psychology Today In his influential paper of 1943, A Theory of Human Motivation, the American psychologist Abraham Maslow proposed that healthy human

Brand loyalty and the psychology of love

article by Kristy Gulsvig reposted from How Brands Are Built As branding professionals, we want more than our customers’ money—we want their loyalty. We want them to fall in love with our brand. Ideally, we’ll create such a strong relationship

Brand loyalty and the psychology of love

article by Kristy Gulsvig reposted from How Brands Are Built As branding professionals, we want more than our customers’ money—we want their loyalty. We want them to fall in love with our brand. Ideally, we’ll create such a strong relationship

This Is How To Win With Passive-Aggressive People: 5 Proven Secrets

by Eric Barker reposted and excerpted from Barking Up the Wrong Tree Passive-aggressive people. You know the type. They never say they won’t do something. They agree but then, aw shucks, “the dog ate their homework” – and, of course,

This Is How To Win With Passive-Aggressive People: 5 Proven Secrets

by Eric Barker reposted and excerpted from Barking Up the Wrong Tree Passive-aggressive people. You know the type. They never say they won’t do something. They agree but then, aw shucks, “the dog ate their homework” – and, of course,

Make Stress More Manageable by Thinking of It As ‘Competition’

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Stress is something we all have at some point, the difference is in how we deal with it. While it’s definitely easy to let stress slow us down or even cripple

Make Stress More Manageable by Thinking of It As ‘Competition’

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Stress is something we all have at some point, the difference is in how we deal with it. While it’s definitely easy to let stress slow us down or even cripple

Stick to Your Creative Goals by Using This Theory

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk The next time you worry that everything you want to do creatively has already been done by someone else, or feel anxious about the amount of time it will take for

Stick to Your Creative Goals by Using This Theory

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk The next time you worry that everything you want to do creatively has already been done by someone else, or feel anxious about the amount of time it will take for

Solve Your Own Problems With the Rubber Duck Trick

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Have you ever started asking someone to help you solve a problem, and halfway through, you figure it out yourself? It feels great. It feels even better when you learn to

Solve Your Own Problems With the Rubber Duck Trick

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Have you ever started asking someone to help you solve a problem, and halfway through, you figure it out yourself? It feels great. It feels even better when you learn to

Try Doodling When You’re Stuck on a Big Project or Need to Relax.

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Research shows that doodling, as in carelessly drawing an image rather than trying to create an artistic work, can help boost your memory and cognition, make you more creative and help

Try Doodling When You’re Stuck on a Big Project or Need to Relax.

article by ‘Staff’ (no author cited) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Research shows that doodling, as in carelessly drawing an image rather than trying to create an artistic work, can help boost your memory and cognition, make you more creative and help

Keep Your Home Office Clean By Setting Up a Cleaning Schedule

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Working from home is fantastic in a lot of ways. Working alone at home can make things like lunch breaks and what clothing you’re wearing pretty flexible. It can also something

Keep Your Home Office Clean By Setting Up a Cleaning Schedule

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk Working from home is fantastic in a lot of ways. Working alone at home can make things like lunch breaks and what clothing you’re wearing pretty flexible. It can also something

Make Working From Home More Productive By Prentending You’re at The Office

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk I’ve exclusively worked from home for the majority of the last decade. Working from home is great, but it can also be pretty distracting. One thing that makes it easier? Pretending

Make Working From Home More Productive By Prentending You’re at The Office

article by “Staff” (no credit given) reposted from Lifehacker.co.uk I’ve exclusively worked from home for the majority of the last decade. Working from home is great, but it can also be pretty distracting. One thing that makes it easier? Pretending