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Three Dos and Don’ts for Handling Stress In the Heat of the Moment
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In the heat of a stressful moment, it can be easy to lose ourselves. Everything you’ve worked on to reduce your stress level could fly right out the window in a really tough situation, but if you can remember these three simple dos and don’ts, you can make it through.

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up
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For most people, stress is simply a fact of life, and you need to learn how to manage it. Simply ignoring the stress in your life can cause it to snowball and take a physical toll. Here’s how to deal with your stress when it starts to build up.

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Meditation can be an aid to productivity in the workplace
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With the silly season approaching, we need to do less.

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How to Meditate (Even If You’re Really Impatient) – Life by DailyBurn
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For fidgety people, being alone with their thoughts can be torturous. We’ve got seven techniques for beginners who want to learn how to meditate.

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Teach yourself to resist temptation
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How do some people exercise an impossible amount of willpower? Professor Mischel (inset) set up a simple experiment in the Sixties to test his theory that anyone can learn self-restraint

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up
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It was my first year of graduate school and my professor was standing at the front of the room. He was telling our class about a mistake he made years before.

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5 Things We All Do That Over Complicates Our Lives
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Can you get trapped in a treadmill while you try to chase your dreams? My answer is yes.

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No Time for Exercise?

The next time you don’t think you have time for exercise, just take a look around at the very busy, dynamic successful individuals out there, from presidents and CEOs to legends like Arnold — most manage time for exercise

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Cutting back on caffeine increases productivity
thedailycougar.com

Whether one is heading to work or school, using the coffee maker in the kitchen or making a Starbucks run, coffee has become a part of many people’s daily routines. Fulfilling your caffeine fix is made easy at UH with several coffee places on campus. It’s not an uncommon sight to see long lines at […]

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The ‘Work-Life Balance’ Misnomer: Is Work-Life ‘Integration’ the New Norm?
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Very few employees work a “traditional” 9-5 anymore. Here’s an explanation of the trend of work-life “integration” and what it entails.

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5 Steps to take to make time for everything
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The people who look like they have everything they want are actually the people who are most clear on what they are willing to give up. Do you ever feel sad that you have never visited the moon? Probably not. Because you…

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10 Ways to Manage Stress So It Doesn’t Make You Sick
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10 ways to manage stress, plus signs and symptoms related to stress to look out for

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There’s a Huge Hidden Downside to Standing Desks That No One Told Me About
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Workplace barriers and transition time make the idea difficult to enact.

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The Happiness of Pursuit: 7 Steps To Accomplish Anything & Enjoy It Along The Way – Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement
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a 7 step guide to accomplish your goals and find your happiness

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10 Morning Habits of Highly Successful People That Make Them Extraordinary
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What separates highly successful people from the successful ones? Ditch “successful” and be “highly successful” with these morning habits.

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5 Daily Habits to Improve Your Quality of Life
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Habits can help us or hurt us. Here are five simple, positive habits that can improve the quality of your life.

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10 Times When It’s Okay to Be Lazy
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I think it is possible to be lazy and be productive at the same time; it just depends what areas of your life you’re seeking to improve.

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Carry a “Surprise Journal” to Find Areas for Self-Improvement
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We all make assumptions, and many of them turn out to be wrong. But noticing those and learning from them is hard. Maintaining a “Surprise Journal” can make reality clearer and help you improve yourself.

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Make Space for Big Decisions by Limiting the Small Ones
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Big decisions can be daunting. Pick the Brain says to reserve more energy for big decisions by making fewer small ones.

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4 Science-Backed Ways To Have More Willpower
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Are you always lacking willpower? If so, here are 4 proven ways to have more willpower and even increase it permanently!

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What Happens to the Brain When You Meditate
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Our mission is to educate one another, while also sharing ideas and concepts that can change the direction of our society.

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Stop Feeling Powerless and Start Powerfully Creating Your Life
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The many years I spent asking €œWhy me?€ We hugely underestimate how powerful we really are. If you’re feeling powerless, this may help.

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What is Fibro Fog and What Can Be Done About It? | HealthNewsGlobal.com
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A common occurrence called fibro fog may not be a familiar term to most, but it can be an everyday symptom for the millions of people who suffer…

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“If You’re Always Future-Oriented, It Tends To Come At the Expense of the Present Moment.”
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Habits interview with Chris Guillebeau. I’ve known Chris for years. I don’t remember how we met, originally, but I’m a big fan of all his bestselling books a

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Make Time for Your Life
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So busy. So hurried. You have so much work to do that you feel like you never rest. When do you fit your life in? Do you even remember your personal life? Or has it become a blur of commuting, work…

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7 Reasons Autumn Is the Best Season to Start Changing Your Life | Womanitely
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While it’s believed that spring is the perfect season to start changing a life, there are a few undeniable reasons autumn is the right time to make some drastic

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