Why have we made exercising -- at least the way we do it in the places that have come to be known as "health clubs" -- such an awful experience? If we're going to redefine success to include well-being, we also need to redefine getting in s...
One of the greatest texts about happiness and living well wasn't written by a self-help expert, spiritual leader or psychologist. It was written by Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, and it may completely change your perspective on dealing with life's ch...
Not only does our addiction to technology affect our stress-levels and lead to back pain, but it is also causing loneliness and low self-esteem. At least that's the message from Shimi Cohen's video 'The Innovation of Loneliness'.
Oriana Tickell's insight:
Being constantly connected, but behind a screen has worrying consequences. "If we are not able to be alone, we're only going to know how to be lonely," explains Shimi.
[Business Insider] Policies aimed at improving public health and well-being around the world often focus on infants and adults. But what about the people in the middle? For the first time, The Youth Well-Being Index (PDF) — a joint effort by the International Youth ...
By Senia Maymin, Ph.D., and Margaret H. Greenberg, authors of Profit from the Positive One of our clients, Kevin, had a goal to complete a redesign of his website by the end of the third quarter. However, as a business owner, he never seemed to find the time to focus on it [...]
I'm not saying forget about whatever it is that is bothering you. Those chapters in our lives shape us. What you can do though, is come at peace with these times. Accept them. Honor them. And move forward.
Matt Walsh says:That's our entire economic system: buy things. Everybody buy. It doesn't matter what you buy. Just buy. It doesn't matter if you don't have money. Just buy. Our entire civilization now rests on the assumption that, no matter what else happens, we will all continue to buy lots and lots of things. Buy, buy, buy, buy, buy. And then buy a little more. Don't create, or produce, or discover -- just buy. Never save, never invest, never cut back -- just buy. Buy what you don't need with money you don't have... Buy like you breathe, only more frequently
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