An ancient practice dating back to the 10th century may hold significant benefits for your mental and physical well-being today: journaling.
Checking phones, websites, email, messages, news, TV, games, and... you know your favorite procrastination techniques. So how can you break out of your procrastination patterns?
In and of itself, goal-setting is positive. But if we don't fully understand all that is involved in creating and achieving our goals, we can easily sabotage the process.
Someone everything thinks is a super-productive, ultra-focused, über-disciplined guy reveals the truth: he's not.
Developing any habit starts with a routine, and exercise is no exception. The trick is making exercise a habit that is hard to break.
Sticking to a habit can be difficult, because life gets in the way... and we get discouraged. How can we form new habits without all the struggle?
Even when we intend to simplify our lives, we continue to have too much stuff. Part of that is from laziness, but the real driving force is something else.
It’s a fact of life that without constant vigilance, clutter creeps up. Here's how to simplify your life by starting a decluttering habit.
If you just don't seem to be reaching your targets, try something different: creating rules that will help you make your goals happen.
Though exercise is one of our most basic needs, too often, we move the least amount possible. To help, here are a few ways you can get a workout at work!
If the internet can be used to motivate people to exercise, what is its best role?
You see them on wrists everywhere - restaurants, the office, the gym. Fitness trackers are now de rigeur among the fitness conscious.
A lousy interface for your life can be frustrating, grating, full of friction and confusion. So how can you redesign it?
It's discouraging to fall off your diet or out of good habits. So how do you deal with a relapse into old bad habits?
Sticking to a new habit isn't easy - but if you set up your change of habit intelligently, you can make it stick.
How often do you not done what you really wanted to get done? Here are ideas for 3 small discipline habits you can teach yourself.
If you want to track your weight, count your steps or your calories, you can find an app to help. But how you choose the one that's right for you?
Simplify. Don’t try to do it all. Don’t try to have the most perfect life you can create. Here are some ideas how - and why.
A lot of people who want to lose weight but are stuck. They start, and then fail, and then feel bad about it. The secret lies in leveling up.
Do you worry too much - and too often - about all the things you're not getting done in your life?
How can you get motivated to get the important but not urgent stuff done in your life? Here are some self-help tips to get you back on track!
It's one of the most difficult challenges for most of us: How not to get mad when someone else gets mad at you.
Here's how to make your own rules to increase your productivity, even if you can't visualize the entire path from your starting point.
Have you ever felt the urge to explore a totally different field, skill or interest for a while? Don't feel like you have the time? You could probabl... Read more...