Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
Attention isn’t just about what we focus on — it’s also about what our brains filter out.
Looking at your bullet journal/ planner/ journal, but stumped re a next action? These two free and no-hassle resources spell relief.
FB notifications … YouTube autoplays … they’re all competing for one thing: your attention. Learn how these companies prey on our psychology for their own profit
Formally recognized awareness days include January 4th, marked as World Braille Day. Articles and videos provide enlightenment.
Promising tech stimulates deep sleep, the most regenerative stage which (among other wonderful things) might help us consolidate our memories and form our personalities.
Studies: nailing goals as “New Year’s Resolutions” dramatically increases odds of success. Sit, relax, and enjoy these (short) TedTalks delving into, and inspiring, resolutions.
Living-with-it residual effects of the 2016 USA election impact all, including friendships. How does a treasured relationship survive deep-seated beliefs prompting presidential choice? In a word, dialog.
“Help the world sound more beautiful.”
Leaving one’s comfort zone massages the inner critic. 2017 gifted a wealth of impactful articles, encouraging self-tweaks for continued progress.
Think traditional rewards offer an effective path to enhancing motivation? Think again.
Reviews highlight self-management woes. The 5-Whys Technique unearths one’s nitty-gritty essence, paving a polished improvement path. Resulting bullet journal spreads hammer the lessons learned.
Presentation personifies warmth and wisdom