By Christopher Boyce, University of Stirling A new study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology highlights that people are often mistaken in how spending our money might benefit our lives. People are prone to forecasting errors – that is, they mistakenly predict future events to be better or worse than they actually turn out to be.
Now, I'm a very self-disciplined person. I self-manage a thriving acupuncture business. Save for the occasional pasta or dessert, I maintain a pristine diet. Rain or shine, exercise is non-negotiable: I intensely work out three or four times a week. ...
Inspirational quotes and motivational quotes have the power to get us through a bad week, and can even give us the courage to pursue our life's dreams. In my book, 4 Keys to Happiness and Fulfillment at Work, I share surprising research into the true triggers of workplace motivation. So [...]
Most apartment complexes advertise granite countertops, a spacious bedroom or the ever-popular pool option.That was, of course, until one Washington, D.C., apartment complex totally changed the amenities game. Their secret weapon? A very adorable English bulldog named Emmy.So how did a 6-month old puppy become the unintentional face of the luxury 2M Street complex?
What’s the secret to a head full of happy thoughts? Time to round up the research on living a happy life to see what we can use. First, yeah, a good chunk of happiness is controlled by your genes but there’s a lot you can do to make yourself happier.
How often do you ask yourself, What is my purpose or my life’s plan? How can I discover and manifest what is most important to me? When providing Vedic astrology consultations, I am often asked these questions. My answer always leads us to what their birth chart reveals about deeper self and the path being traveled so we can discover more about their inborn tendencies, known in Sanskrit as swadharma.