Focus on small wins, and five other habits to practice in your daily life.
A Blocking Believer Longtime Study Hacks readers know I’m a proponent of planning in advance how you’re going to spend your time. To this end, each morning I block out the hours of my work day in one of my trusted Black n’ Red notebooks (see above), and assign specific efforts to these blocks. My […]
Can changing up your daily routine actually enhance your intelligence?
The best way to create a new habit is to break them into very little habits and practice them daily. Here are some great starting places if you want to have big results in your life and business.
My first month back from sabbatical has been full of bad habits. I’m reading more than I’m writing. I’m using daily tasks (email, reading for class, blogging, grading, service, tilting at windmills) to hide from long term projects. And, while I’ve taken steps to keep my stress level manageable, I’ve slowly felt the icy tendrils… Read More ?
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner? For too many of us, the three meals of the day go more like: office meeting pastry, mid-afternoon energy drink, and midnight pizza. In a new article, scientists present daily food and beverage intake data collected from over 150 participants of a mobile research app over three weeks. They show that a majority of people eat for 15 hours or longer.
Bad habits at work are not a rare thing. We may see them every day in our colleagues or we... The post 8 Daily Habits That Make You Look Dreadfully Unprofessional At Work appeared first on Lifehack.
When people post updates about finishing marathons or passing some major professional milestone, it can be easy to envy them, thinking they’re just naturally successful people. But success is less about the big wins than it is about the little things we do every day to build strength.
Congratulations on completing our 21-Day Yoga Challenge! We we hope you’ve fallen in love with yoga that you want to adopt a daily practice habit. The post Day 21: Make the 21-Day Yoga Challenge a daily, lifelong habit! appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Getting to the top involves doing the right things day after day.
There's so much talk recently about how hard we all work, and how overwhelmed we all feel. Does that sound like you? You don't get enough sleep each night, but it's unrealistic to think you'll scale back in the near-term. So what do you do? Fortunately, there's an attractive, easy answer. Just take a nap every afternoon. Show More Summary
From taking a daily "gas or brake test" to calculating your hourly worth, these habits pack a positive punch in 30 seconds flat.
4 rules to make exercise a habit - Real Simple Weight-loss tips from women who've been there - Women's Health Is Europe planning to ban potato chips for good? - Shape The trending leggings celebs like Kendall Jenner are sporting everywhere...Show More Summary
It's well known that sitting has been associated with obesity, diabetes and even anxiety, but the simple act of sitting can have adverse effects on the liver, too. Sitting and being sedentary were both associated with non-alcoholic fatty...Show More Summary
If you define luck as the probability that good things will happen to you, then it's absolutely possible to increase your luck by making relatively small changes in your daily habits. Here are seven!
Today, almost anything you could ever want is available at the touch of a button. It seems that we have it all in the palm of your hand. But, do we really “have it all”? Recent research would suggest not. Modern man is missing one very key ingredient for “having it all”— quality of life. Show More Summary
If you already have a daily workout habit, why not look into maximizing its benefit just by simply readjusting the... The post 15 Little Tricks: More Willing To Workout In The Morning appeared first on Lifehack.
Certain daily habits can add up over time to help your business grow. Entrepreneurs have a certain drive to improve things. They want to create, revise, sculpt, and nurture a business to new heights, increasing their workforce, market, clients, and profitability iteratively over the course of months and years. Show More Summary
How to stay on top of your game
You love that sweaty, post-workout endorphin high but keep skipping class for happy hour. Best-selling author Gretchen Rubin can help you change that.