All About Habits
It’s that time of year again. After the busy holiday season passes, you are left with extra fatigue, extra debt, a few extra pounds – and extra time to spend ruminating on the last year and what you could have done differently. Which, of course, inspires you to create a list of New Year’s resolutions. Here’s how to make them stick this time around.
Despite external evidence of their competence, those exhibiting the syndrome remain convinced that they are frauds and do not deserve the success they have achieved. Proof of success is dismissed as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be.
While all of us procrastinate on occasion (who wouldn’t prefer surfing the internet to washing the dishes?), some of us take it to a level that is, well, destructive. Chronic procrastination can hold us back at school, at work, and at home. It can prevent us from fulfilling our potential, and from fully enjoying life.
Here are five tools you can use to change your perspective and increase your chances of reaching your goals.
There is an ancient philosophy that can help you find the strength and stamina to gracefully handle the challenges of everyday life, improve your health, and experience true happiness.
Becoming more self-aware – even when it is painful – has tremendous value and can absolutely change your life for the better.
A new study strongly suggests that we tend to seriously underestimate our ability to change our lives for the better.
You have a lot to gain and nothing to lose (except perhaps some extra body fat) by reducing or eliminating added sugars from your diet. Here’s how to do it.
Chronic procrastination can prevent us from fulfilling our potential and from fully enjoying life. Here’s why we do it, and how to stop.