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Did you know that only 8% of people keep their New Year’s resolutions? But with these two words, you can triple your chances of keeping yours.
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There are exactly two rules for making a special occasion special.
Focusing on work when you’re at home can be a challenge! That’s why you need simple tricks to help your brain be fully focused.
Research shows that willpower fails us about 50% of the time, and pushing yourself harder doesn’t actually mean you get more done. Here are five ways that exercising some self-compassion and going easy on yourself is actually more productive than pushing yourself harder.
Have you ever played tetris? In high school, I used to play it a lot. I’d play for hours on end, and then go to bed and see brightly coloured shapes falling, falling, falling across the backs of my eyelids. Gratitude is like tetris.
You have a few pieces of paper in your hand. Do you plonk them on your desk, or file them away? In other words: are you a “piler”, or a “filer”?
Want to write to-do lists that actually work? Here’s a selection of best-practice advice from around the web.
Earlier this year, I made a mistake: I bought a fancy-pants planner I’d been hearing everyone rave about. “It’s so amazing!” they all said. And … it didn’t work for me. Here’s five questions to help you avoid the same mistake.
It’s a question as ancient as the smartphone: should you write a paper to-do list, or a digital one? Here’s why you might need a bit of both.