My last article, How Successful People Stay Calm, really struck a nerve (it has more than a million reads here on Forbes). The trick is that managing your emotions is as much about what you won’t do as it is about what you will do. My company, TalentSmart, has tested the [...]
In this day and age, when vacations are few and far between, planning a vacation with the entire family can be both be economical and a lot of fun. Once the hard part is over (the vacation is planned), you can sit back and soak it in because the...
If you're reading this on Sunday, in between doing work-related tasks that you just didn't have time for during the week, have hope. With a few small changes, you can manage your time so that you never (well, hardly ever) have to work the weekend again.
Angie Mc's insight:
Sit as little as possible is my favorite of this list.
When you ask parents what they want for their kids, what’s usually the most common reply? They want their children to be happy. Via Raising Happiness: 10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents: …the well-being of children is more important to adults than just about anything el...
Angie Mc's insight:
Parent self care, relationships building, and time management tips to increase family happiness.
A sound retirement can get derailed any number of ways. You can run out of money, be hit by unforeseen expenses or just fail to plan for emergencies. Here are the most common roadblocks and how to avoid them: * Failure to Anticipate Healthcare Expenses. For those retiring prior to 65, [...]
At least once a week, I will hear somebody say, “I’m too busy to get organized. Are you crazy? I can’t stop what I’m doing to get organized!” If you think getting organized is a waste of time, you are wasting time by not being organized. If you continue to say these words, you will continue to be stressed out, frazzled, paralyzed and stuck due to your disorganization. How long have you been operating this way? Has it been weeks, months, years? It’s time to carve out some time in your day and make a plan to get organized.
Your smartphone is a sight for sore eyes. Literally.
If you’re one of those people who glances at their smartphone 150 times a day, chances are your eyes are paying the price for your screen addiction.
Staring at your smartphone -- or tablet, e-reader or laptop, while we’re at it -- for too long can lead to tired, itchy, dry eyes, and even blurred vision and headaches. Think zombie eyes and you’re there.
No matter how big the screen or how effective the software, web browsing on your smartphone just doesn't match the ease of browsing on a computer. It's never going to be perfect, but it can be a lot better. Here's how to make browsing on your smartphone suck less.