Today we found some awesome articles on Oprah quotes that will make you a better person, saving money on food while traveling, and fall budgeting tips from all-star bloggers.
Kitchen clutter takes many forms — expired food, gadgets we never use, appliances that crowd countertops. If you don't need it — toss it!
It sounds silly, but some words and phrases really can make you feel more confident — and more attractive.
Americans waste as much as 40% of the food they buy. Do your part to reduce food waste by making the most of your fridge and freezer space.
Need a new idea? We've got a lot of ideas about where to get them, and how to use them.
Runner's high is a real thing, but exercise can boost overall happiness for the long term, too. Get out there and get moving!
Today we found some excellent articles on how to get along with anyone, tried-and-true frugal living tips, and last-minute Halloween savings.
What with work, the kids, the neighbors, burnout is never far off. Recognize the signs — and take steps to walk back from the brink.
You know exercise is good for physical fitness, but it's good for so much else. Get moving and start reaping the benefits!
We've all ended a work or personal relationship badly. Mend a broken connection and you'll regain a valued friend or a colleague -- forever this time.
Set the stage for tomorrow by spending a few minutes tidying up your workspace and your task list. Morning you appreciate your thoughtfulness!
Scratch your "I want it now!" itch without messing up your long term plans? Yes, you really can have your cake and eat it, too.
Wondering what happened to your productivity? You frittered it away in these 10 dumb little ways. Learn how to get back on task — and stay there.
Life coaches can help us make positive changes. If you can't afford the time or money for one, take steps to coach yourself. You can do it!
When's the right time to quit a job? When it's doing you more harm than good.
Pushing hard to exceed our own high expectations can lead to burnout. Learn how to dial it back to reduce stress and remain productive and engaged.
Forget about plane crashes, war, and Ebola. The biggest risks to your health are things you encounter every day.
There's a lot of skepticism around the idea of visualization boards, but plenty of people are convinced, such as the three people profiled here.
If lack of productivity is causing you stress, kill two birds with one stone with these stress relievers that help you get more done.
One thing organized people don't have in their homes is a lot of clutter (or they hide it really, really well). Find out where.
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