Sitting is the new smoking. Computer monitors are blinding us. Working long hours will give you a heart attack.
Marie Kondo’s New York Times bestseller, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, promises a happier, cleaner, clutter-free life.
Anyone who has ever spent the night self-soothing with a pint of Häagen-Dazs after a traumatic event knows our stomachs and brains are inherently connected. In fact, research continues to strengthen the claim that the food we eat impacts our mood. But could what you’re putting in your belly actually cure depression?
Whether it’s an episode of ‘Friends’ you’ve seen 11 times or a Facebook post of a kitten tumbling off a desk, we all have things that send us into peals of laughter. But could that sense of humor actually be lengthening your life?
Love, care, compassion and gratitude — it’s the heart’s proven optimal state.
What qualities would you say lead to professional success? Dedication? Hard work? Creativity? A passion for your work? What about happiness? Would you believe your state of mind can actually contribute to the success of your career?
Remember the golden rule? It goes a little something like this: “Treat others as you would like to be treated.” You most likely learned it as a child from a teacher or parent. But what if we told you this rule extends far beyond sharing your Barbies with your little sister or saying please and thank ...
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