Choosing the path of least resistance doesn't mean you're lazy; it means you're playing to your strengths. Here's why you should keep doing it.
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Replacing bad habits with good ones is easier than you'd think. Here's how a Wise Bread writer turned a social media habit into a family time habit.
Habits are powerful motivators. Once you understand the inner workings of habitual behavior, you can use that power to change your life — for the better.
Regardless of religious affiliation, anyone can learn from the Bible's teachings on charity, frugality, and fellowship.
by: Greg Go | channel: General Tips, Personal Development
If you feel like you've been in a slump, it might be because your brain is bored. Break out with one of these fun activities!
After you finish stuffing your face at your desk, instead of returning to work (or Facebook), spend a few minutes focused on improving you.
Many of our goals require willpower to reach. If your resolve's lacking, don't give up — try these willpower boosts to help you succeed.
Your average fictional hero can teach us a lot about living in the real world, starting with understanding motivation and goals, and finding a way to reach them.
The pressure's on! Learn how to relax and stay calm at crunchtime, and learn how to manage stress over the long haul to make crunchtime less frequent and intense.
You can be confident — just break through these five life-ruining habits. We'll tell you how.
Never be at a loss for words with this collection of intriguing and informative sources of conversation icebreakers.
Most of us make them and few of us keep them — and there are good reasons why. Learn how to make your New Year's Resolutions stick.
You'll probably be making one (or more) of these terrible — and common — New Year Resolutions. Here's how to make them stick.
Start 2014 healthy, wealthy, and oh-so wise by doing these 15 things before the end of 2013.
In 1939 a group of 200 Harvard undergrads became part of a longterm sociological study. The results, published recently, reveal surprising secrets about joy and wellbeing.
What do most winners have in common (beside some natural ability and maybe some luck)? It's a gritty little secret that's easier than it looks.
It may take years to master a subject or skill, but that doesn't mean you can't learn something new in a hurry. Read on to learn more about... learning more!
Whether your goals are lofty or low, chances are you won't reach them without failing — frequently. Get up, learn for next time, and keep going.
Whether you're reaching for a new goal, acquiring a new skill, or turning over a new leaf, a mantra can help you stay on track. Read on to find one that works for you.
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