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Exercise & Fitness

10 selfish reasons to workout

Are you having a hard time making regular exercise a habit? It’s scientifically proven that focusing on the benefits makes it easier to want to. Finding selfish reasons to workout increases exercise consistency. Selfish reasons to workout Exercise improves cognitive function so you’ll feel more alert and focused. Might this help you in your career …

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5 ways to energize at your desk

At the end of some work days, it feels like we just ran a marathon. This tension doesn’t just affect our bodies but our minds too, and  by the time we get home, we’re a bundle of knots with zero energy. Below are some tips to energise and regain focus during the work day so that …

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7 little ways I’m trying to live in the moment

Ever since I learned (in one of my psych classes) that doing too many things at once can affect mental health, I’ve been trying to curb my multitasking ways. It’s not just psychologists, but also behavioral scientists, time management experts, neurologists and neuroscientists who are sounding the alarm. They’re telling us that multitasking is not …

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The art of selfishness

Many of us have people in our lives who want us to make THEM happy, but it’s my belief as a wellness practitioner, that if you make the hard decision to live for yourself, you invariably end up helping them more than if you selflessly cater to their every wish. It’s a struggle we women …