Most of us know we should eat more leafy greens, make time for our friends and family, and get off our laptops. And most of us will even plan to do it.
So for now, replace the time you spend watching The Real Housewives of New Jersey or playing the Kim Kardashian game with reading.
You have a goal. You want to lose 14 pounds, run a marathon, or write a non-fiction book. But in order to achieve your goal, you need motivation — without it, you cannot start.
Now, a hypothetical career “path” might look like this: study philosophy, become a consultant, start a business, sell it, go to law school, clerk for a judge, work for a law firm, and work for a nonprofit, all while teaching yoga on the side.
If the idea of cleaning your entire home in a day freaks you out, divide it up into little five-minute projects.
We all want to improve our health, our wellness and our happiness. And in order to achieve our goals, we need to break bad habits and form good ones that actually stick.
Here are some tips to help you put an end to this seemingly endless cycle.
Are you prepared to put your money where your mouth is?
Have you ever-confused busyness with productivity? I know I have.
Seriously, all you have to do is act normal!