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Archived Since:July 23, 2010

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Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Being a Morning Person

By guest author Adrienne Erin We all know those people; the ones who wake up bright eyed and bushy tailed, ready to take on the world at 6 or even 5 A.M. with or without that cup of coffee. According to recent research, people who wake up early are not only more pleasant to interact [...]

Sitting Kills: How to Have a Healthier Workday

By guest author Adrienne Erin Between smoking cigarettes, overeating, alcohol use and even going to tanning salons, there are plenty of habits that lead to chronic illness, diseases and overall poor health. Now we can add sitting for prolonged periods to the list of habits that can attribute to poor health. Countless studies have shown [...]

Finding Balance at Your Workplace

By guest author Jessica Sochesky There is a lot of information out there about finding the right work-life balance, but there are so many different definitions of what that balance should look like. The one that is gaining popularity and becoming more practical for anyone to achieve is incorporating fitness and a healthy lifestyle into [...]

4 Steps to Be Happy with Your Career

By guest author Nadine Swayne You wake up, get your morning coffee and stand by the kitchen sink, breathing a big sigh, thinking, “I really don’t like my job!” Having the right balance in life and work can hold the key to your happiness. However, many of today’s individuals are weighed down with a host [...]

Make the Most of Your Personality at Work and at Home

By guest author Adrienne Erin There are a lot of stereotypes when it comes to introversion and extroversion, the personality traits that tend to define us and assign us certain behaviors and characteristics. We’ve all heard that introverts tend to be quieter and more guarded, whereas extroverts are more social and open with others. You [...]

7 Daily Habits to Make More Time For Relationships

By guest author Dorothy Hunter Busy people think they don’t have time to eat. They also think that they have no time to sleep. If they can’t even eat or sleep, they definitely don’t have time for nurturing their relationships. It’s across the board, too. It’s not just between married couples but even between a [...]

6 Foods that Make You More Productive

By guest author Adrienne Erin You may not realize it, but making better choices at the breakfast, lunch and dinner table can help you be more productive. By making some changes to your daily intake, you can easily become more alert, focused and effective throughout the day. There’s a variety of foods that have the [...]

New Year’s Resolutions that Actually Work

By guest author Jessica Socheski New Year’s resolutions have become something of a sad joke with the proverbial “lose weight” and “become a better person” faithfully promised each year and usually abandoned around January 27th. This may be, reports CNN, because New Year’s goals tackle the surface when there are often underlying motives for the [...]

How To Break Out of a Stress Epidemic

By guest author Eve Pearce The world is becoming more driven. The more we have, the more we want, and economic downturn means that we have to work a lot harder to get it. A culture in which work ethic is hyped and personal time denigrated means that many are expected to put in a [...]

4 Things You Need to Get Used to Saying If You Want to Thrive In Life

By guest author Eduard Ezeanu I believe that a key aspect of thriving in life is being able to manage your transactions with others effectively. You want to interact with other people in a way that creates meaningful relationships without generating pointless complications. In this equation, making 4 key statements is habitually required. In my [...]

Score a Free Fitness Outfit and Get Ready for a Health Challenge

By Anastasiya Goers What does a fitness outfit have to do with balanced living? Health is one of the essential components of balanced living whether you put it at the top of your priority list or not. And an active lifestyle is one of the most practical ways to bring more balance into your life. [...]

Living the Life of Your Dreams: Is It Difficult or Not?

By guest author Ion Doaga What dreams are you following? Is it wealth, limousines and mansions? Or is it a much humbler dream of having fewer worries, spending more time with the family, and finally living a balanced life? Well, let me tell you a little story … Finding my dream wasn’t a bed of [...]

The Best Way Smart People Should Move

By Anastasiya Goers “I’m a little nervous. I’ve never done anything like this before.” “No problem. It’s not scary (smile). I’ll guide you through and you will feel amazing at the end.” “Okay (timid smile).” An hour later. “Wow! I had that tightness in my neck and shoulders when I came in. Now it’s gone! [...]

5 Tips for Making Your Home Allergy Proof

By guest author Dorothy Wheaton Preparing your home for allergy season can be a disappointing and potentially dangerous challenge. After all, cleaning a house is likely to put you in contact with the same allergens that trigger responses in your immune system. The sad reality is that, despite this challenge, cleaning your home is a [...]

Hue Can Do It: Colors and Lighting Can Make a Difference in Your Office

By guest author Jay Harris If you haven’t considered how color and lighting affect your mood and productivity when working, you might be missing out on an opportunity to enhance your work environment and, in the process, improve your overall performance as well as life balance. Bright colors such as yellow and solid white can [...]

3 Easy Steps Towards Passionate Living

By Anastasiya Goers What is holding you back from living your passion? About 7 years ago I was working in a web development company. The hours were good, the salary was decent and even my colleagues were fun (Who knew back then that one of my colleagues will end up being my loving husband and [...]

Are You Socially Active? Create More Balance Through Social Exercise

By guest author Jessica Socheski Finding balance between work and staying healthy proves to be a monumental task. Exercise and nutrition become less of a priority when we focus on career development. However, instead of dedicating all your energy to work, try to set aside a little time to exercise and cook a well-balanced meal. [...]

The No-Secret Plan to Being Work-Happy

By guest author (my husband ?) Brian Goers Last year Forbes magazine released an interesting article regarding a study which showed that only 19% of the US population was happy with their jobs. The other 81% of US workers either somewhat like their jobs (16%) or completely hated their jobs (65%). Based on these statistics [...]

8 Reasons a Healthy Body Brings Balance in Life

Feeling good … Admit it. It’s what you want - to feel good in your own body. It’s the reason you wake up at 5 am to do your morning exercises. It’s the reason you give up on tasty but unhealthy food. It’s the reason you sweat long hours in the gym. It takes quite an effort to maintain your body in good health. Show More Summary

Positivity: Change Your Language, Change Your Life

Is your life hard? Perhaps a change in your language can help turn things around. It did for me. I used to be very negative all the time. I mean like darkly, depressively, existentially negative. Until I learned that changing my language...Show More Summary

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