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Tucked away near the corner shop lot of Block J, the place is a lot bigger than I expected. I was greeted by the owner who proceeded to explain the various services that they offer. He said most of his staff are from Thailand and so the massages mostly have a Thai flavour to them, [...]

Tucked away near the corner shop lot of Block J, the place is a lot bigger than I expected. I was greeted by the owner who proceeded to explain the various services that they offer. He said most of his staff are from Thailand and so the massages mostly have a Thai flavour to them, which means there will be some degree of bending and cracking involved. I’m not a big fan of that so I picked the head, neck, and shoulder massage since it sounds least likely to involve aforementioned manoeuvres heheh…

Turned out to be a good choice. The massage was really good and focused on the “stress zones” of the head, neck, and shoulders. At the end of the massage, I felt relaxed and ready for the weekend 🙂

If you’d like to give Kang Comfortzone a try, do give them a call on 2455981. Here’s a guide to the services offered and a useful map to the shop.

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Tucked away near the corner shop lot of Block J, the place is a lot bigger than I expected. I was greeted by the owner who proceeded to explain the various services that they offer. He said most of his staff are from Thailand and so the massages mostly have a Thai flavour to them, which means there will be some degree of bending and cracking involved. I’m not a big fan of that so I picked the head, neck, and shoulder massage since it sounds least likely to involve aforementioned manoeuvres heheh…

Turned out to be a good choice. The massage was really good and focused on the “stress zones” of the head, neck, and shoulders. At the end of the massage, I felt relaxed and ready for the weekend 🙂

If you’d like to give Kang Comfortzone a try, do give them a call on 2455981. Here’s a guide to the services offered and a useful map to the shop.

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Are you an introvert?

Do you prefer your own company sometimes? Away from the madding crowd? Do you consider your personal space sacred? Chances are, like me, you’re an introvert. Contrary to what most people think, an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. In fact, being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness [...]

Do you prefer your own company sometimes? Away from the madding crowd? Do you consider your personal space sacred? Chances are, like me, you’re an introvert.

Contrary to what most people think, an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. In fact, being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness has an element of apprehension, nervousness and anxiety, and while an introvert may also be shy, introversion itself is not shyness. Basically, an introvert is a person who is energized by being alone and whose energy is drained by being around other people.

Introverts are more concerned with the inner world of the mind. They enjoy thinking, exploring their thoughts and feelings. They often avoid social situations because being around people drains their energy. This is true even if they have good social skills. After being with people for any length of time, such as at a party, they need time alone to “recharge.”

When introverts want to be alone, it is not, by itself, a sign of depression. It means that they either need to regain their energy from being around people or that they simply want the time to be with their own thoughts. Being with people, even people they like and are comfortable with, can prevent them from their desire to be quietly introspective.

Being introspective, though, does not mean that an introvert never has conversations. However, those conversations are generally about ideas and concepts, not about what they consider the trivial matters of social small talk.

Here are five signs a person is an introvert. I found myself nodding to all five…

Graphic designer Schroeder Jones has come up with an easy-to-understand guide to getting to know introverts.

Introverts are all around and perhaps, understanding how they tick will make for lasting friendships with people that seem shy and quiet at first.

Remember that not everyone who is interesting or worth getting to know, has to be chatty or overtly friendly.

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Do you prefer your own company sometimes? Away from the madding crowd? Do you consider your personal space sacred? Chances are, like me, you’re an introvert.

Contrary to what most people think, an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. In fact, being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness has an element of apprehension, nervousness and anxiety, and while an introvert may also be shy, introversion itself is not shyness. Basically, an introvert is a person who is energized by being alone and whose energy is drained by being around other people.

Introverts are more concerned with the inner world of the mind. They enjoy thinking, exploring their thoughts and feelings. They often avoid social situations because being around people drains their energy. This is true even if they have good social skills. After being with people for any length of time, such as at a party, they need time alone to “recharge.”

When introverts want to be alone, it is not, by itself, a sign of depression. It means that they either need to regain their energy from being around people or that they simply want the time to be with their own thoughts. Being with people, even people they like and are comfortable with, can prevent them from their desire to be quietly introspective.

Being introspective, though, does not mean that an introvert never has conversations. However, those conversations are generally about ideas and concepts, not about what they consider the trivial matters of social small talk.

Here are five signs a person is an introvert. I found myself nodding to all five…

Graphic designer Schroeder Jones has come up with an easy-to-understand guide to getting to know introverts.

Introverts are all around and perhaps, understanding how they tick will make for lasting friendships with people that seem shy and quiet at first.

Remember that not everyone who is interesting or worth getting to know, has to be chatty or overtly friendly.

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See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers What are some simple and straight forward things to make yourself happier? We brought together the best research about what will make yourself happier: 1. Exercise more – 7 minutes might be enough You might have seen some talk recently about the scientific 7 minute workout mentioned in The [...]

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What are some simple and straight forward things to make yourself happier? We brought together the best research about what will make yourself happier:

1. Exercise more – 7 minutes might be enough

You might have seen some talk recently about the scientific 7 minute workout mentioned in The New York Times. So if you thought exercise was something you didn’t have time for, maybe you can fit it in after all.

2. Sleep more – you’ll be less sensitive to negative emotions

We know that sleep helps our bodies to recover from the day and repair themselves, and that it helps us focus and be more productive. It turns out, it’s also important for our happiness.

3. Move closer to work – a short commute is worth more than a big house

Our commute to the office can have a surprisingly powerful impact on our happiness. The fact that we tend to do this twice a day, five days a week, makes it unsurprising that its effect would build up over time and make us less and less happy.

4. Spend time with friends and family – don’t regret it on your deathbed

Staying in touch with friends and family is one of the top five regrets of the dying. If you want more evidence that it’s beneficial for you, I’ve found some research that proves it can make you happier right now.

5. Go outside – happiness is maximized at 13.9°C

The American Meteorological Society published research in 2011 that found current temperature has a bigger effect on our happiness than variables like wind speed and humidity, or even the average temperature over the course of a day. It also found that happiness is maximized at 13.9°C, so keep an eye on the weather forecast before heading outside for your 20 minutes of fresh air.

6. Help others – 100 hours a year is the magical number

One of the most counterintuitive pieces of advice I found is that to make yourself feel happier, you should help others. In fact, 100 hours per year (or two hours per week) is the optimal time we should dedicate to helping others in order to enrich our lives.

7. Practice smiling – it can alleviate pain

Smiling itself can make us feel better, but it’s more effective when we back it up with positive thoughts.

8. Plan a trip – but don’t take one

As opposed to actually taking a holiday, it seems that planning a vacation or just a break from work can improve our happiness.

9. Meditate – rewire your brain for happiness

Meditation is often touted as an important habit for improving focus, clarity and attention span, as well as helping to keep you calm.

10. Practice gratitude – increase both happiness and life satisfaction

This is a seemingly simple strategy, but I’ve personally found it to make a huge difference to my outlook. There are lots of ways to practice gratitude, from keeping a journal of things you’re grateful for, sharing three good things that happen each day with a friend or your partner, and going out of your way to show gratitude when others help you.

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What are some simple and straight forward things to make yourself happier? We brought together the best research about what will make yourself happier:

1. Exercise more – 7 minutes might be enough

You might have seen some talk recently about the scientific 7 minute workout mentioned in The New York Times. So if you thought exercise was something you didn’t have time for, maybe you can fit it in after all.

2. Sleep more – you’ll be less sensitive to negative emotions

We know that sleep helps our bodies to recover from the day and repair themselves, and that it helps us focus and be more productive. It turns out, it’s also important for our happiness.

3. Move closer to work – a short commute is worth more than a big house

Our commute to the office can have a surprisingly powerful impact on our happiness. The fact that we tend to do this twice a day, five days a week, makes it unsurprising that its effect would build up over time and make us less and less happy.

4. Spend time with friends and family – don’t regret it on your deathbed

Staying in touch with friends and family is one of the top five regrets of the dying. If you want more evidence that it’s beneficial for you, I’ve found some research that proves it can make you happier right now.

5. Go outside – happiness is maximized at 13.9°C

The American Meteorological Society published research in 2011 that found current temperature has a bigger effect on our happiness than variables like wind speed and humidity, or even the average temperature over the course of a day. It also found that happiness is maximized at 13.9°C, so keep an eye on the weather forecast before heading outside for your 20 minutes of fresh air.

6. Help others – 100 hours a year is the magical number

One of the most counterintuitive pieces of advice I found is that to make yourself feel happier, you should help others. In fact, 100 hours per year (or two hours per week) is the optimal time we should dedicate to helping others in order to enrich our lives.

7. Practice smiling – it can alleviate pain

Smiling itself can make us feel better, but it’s more effective when we back it up with positive thoughts.

8. Plan a trip – but don’t take one

As opposed to actually taking a holiday, it seems that planning a vacation or just a break from work can improve our happiness.

9. Meditate – rewire your brain for happiness

Meditation is often touted as an important habit for improving focus, clarity and attention span, as well as helping to keep you calm.

10. Practice gratitude – increase both happiness and life satisfaction

This is a seemingly simple strategy, but I’ve personally found it to make a huge difference to my outlook. There are lots of ways to practice gratitude, from keeping a journal of things you’re grateful for, sharing three good things that happen each day with a friend or your partner, and going out of your way to show gratitude when others help you.

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See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers Practice makes perfect, even with naps. Naps can be tricky. The time of day, the length, the location, and your current sleep schedule all influence the effectiveness of the nap you take. According to the infographic, the best time to take a nap is between 1:00pm-4:00pm. For most, that [...]

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Practice makes perfect, even with naps.

Naps can be tricky. The time of day, the length, the location, and your current sleep schedule all influence the effectiveness of the nap you take. According to the infographic, the best time to take a nap is between 1:00pm-4:00pm. For most, that time is right after lunch–when it’s time to get back to work–which makes getting a little extra sleep seem impossible.

With back to back classes, and work in between until 5:00pm, when could a nap be taken? Of the four nap time lengths, 10-20 minute naps are the only feasible option. The 10-20 minute nap boosts energy and alertness–so, napping for this amount of time could give you an extra push to get through the rest of the work day.

The other best option is taking a nap for a little over an hour. This nap will allow a full trip through both light and deep sleep and helps soothe you, so you wake up refreshed without that groggy feeling.

Sleep inertia is defined as the feeling of grogginess and disorientation that can come with awakening from a deep sleep. This is the reason why many avoid taking naps. Pushing through the day when tired is preferable to that groggy feeling after a nap.

We should all get into the habit of leaning back in a quiet place. Set an alarm that gives you just enough time to get a little shut eye. Wake up and hit the ground running. Practice makes perfect, even with naps.

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Practice makes perfect, even with naps.

Naps can be tricky. The time of day, the length, the location, and your current sleep schedule all influence the effectiveness of the nap you take. According to the infographic, the best time to take a nap is between 1:00pm-4:00pm. For most, that time is right after lunch–when it’s time to get back to work–which makes getting a little extra sleep seem impossible.

With back to back classes, and work in between until 5:00pm, when could a nap be taken? Of the four nap time lengths, 10-20 minute naps are the only feasible option. The 10-20 minute nap boosts energy and alertness–so, napping for this amount of time could give you an extra push to get through the rest of the work day.

The other best option is taking a nap for a little over an hour. This nap will allow a full trip through both light and deep sleep and helps soothe you, so you wake up refreshed without that groggy feeling.

Sleep inertia is defined as the feeling of grogginess and disorientation that can come with awakening from a deep sleep. This is the reason why many avoid taking naps. Pushing through the day when tired is preferable to that groggy feeling after a nap.

We should all get into the habit of leaning back in a quiet place. Set an alarm that gives you just enough time to get a little shut eye. Wake up and hit the ground running. Practice makes perfect, even with naps.

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What Are The Habits Of Mind?

See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers “Habits of Mind are dispositions that are skillfully and mindfully employed by characteristically intelligent, successful people when they are confronted with problems, the solutions to which are not immediately apparent.  When we draw upon these mental resources, the results are more powerful, of higher quality, and of greater significance [...]

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“Habits of Mind are dispositions that are skillfully and mindfully employed by characteristically intelligent, successful people when they are confronted with problems, the solutions to which are not immediately apparent.  When we draw upon these mental resources, the results are more powerful, of higher quality, and of greater significance than if we fail to employ those habits.”

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“Habits of Mind are dispositions that are skillfully and mindfully employed by characteristically intelligent, successful people when they are confronted with problems, the solutions to which are not immediately apparent.  When we draw upon these mental resources, the results are more powerful, of higher quality, and of greater significance than if we fail to employ those habits.”

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Please come and support a Charity Bazaar to be held in support of Better Hearing, Better Living: Raising funds to sponsor hearing aids for hearing-impaired school-aged children from lower income families, at the Atrium Concourse, Ground Floor, The Mall Gadong on 1-3 February 2013. DID YOU KNOW that school-aged children suffering from hearing loss can [...]

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Please come and support a Charity Bazaar to be held in support of Better Hearing, Better Living: Raising funds to sponsor hearing aids for hearing-impaired school-aged children from lower income families, at the Atrium Concourse, Ground Floor, The Mall Gadong on 1-3 February 2013.

DID YOU KNOW that school-aged children suffering from hearing loss can have full and productive lives if given the right support early. Communication is vital for learning and hearing aids will help the child learn to hear, speak and socialise in a normal school setting.

Hearing aids are a big investment both financially and emotionally. To ensure hearing aids are worn regularly and beneficial, the support at home, in school and by the hearing professional is important.

In Brunei Darussalam, school-aged children with hearing impairment registered with the Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education are given educational support

A local hearing aid specialist supplier, Hear Better Services Company (HBS) is raising funds to sponsor hearing aids for hearing-impaired school-aged children from lower income families. This project aims:

  1. To help hearing-impaired children develop into productive and self-reliant citizens of Brunei Darussalam; and
  2. To generate awareness and understanding on hearing loss and its impact on child development.

This project is supported by the Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education, the Community Development Department, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Recipients

School-aged children with hearing impairment primarily between the ages of 5-12 years from lower income families.

The individuals receiving the hearing aids have been identified by the respective government agencies. Their progress will be monitored by Hear Better Services Company and the same government agencies through counselling and a hearing aids service maintenance programme.

The Hearing Aid Support Program

Recipients will be fitted with hearing aid(s) after the hearing assessment by HBS. This includes counseling the child and the parents/caretaker on how to use the hearing aid. All recipients are expected to follow regular check-ups with the hearing professional over a minimum of 3 years.

Annual Progress Reports for the recipients will be available to respective sponsors upon request.

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Please come and support a Charity Bazaar to be held in support of Better Hearing, Better Living: Raising funds to sponsor hearing aids for hearing-impaired school-aged children from lower income families, at the Atrium Concourse, Ground Floor, The Mall Gadong on 1-3 February 2013.

DID YOU KNOW that school-aged children suffering from hearing loss can have full and productive lives if given the right support early. Communication is vital for learning and hearing aids will help the child learn to hear, speak and socialise in a normal school setting.

Hearing aids are a big investment both financially and emotionally. To ensure hearing aids are worn regularly and beneficial, the support at home, in school and by the hearing professional is important.

In Brunei Darussalam, school-aged children with hearing impairment registered with the Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education are given educational support

A local hearing aid specialist supplier, Hear Better Services Company (HBS) is raising funds to sponsor hearing aids for hearing-impaired school-aged children from lower income families. This project aims:

  1. To help hearing-impaired children develop into productive and self-reliant citizens of Brunei Darussalam; and
  2. To generate awareness and understanding on hearing loss and its impact on child development.

This project is supported by the Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education, the Community Development Department, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Recipients

School-aged children with hearing impairment primarily between the ages of 5-12 years from lower income families.

The individuals receiving the hearing aids have been identified by the respective government agencies. Their progress will be monitored by Hear Better Services Company and the same government agencies through counselling and a hearing aids service maintenance programme.

The Hearing Aid Support Program

Recipients will be fitted with hearing aid(s) after the hearing assessment by HBS. This includes counseling the child and the parents/caretaker on how to use the hearing aid. All recipients are expected to follow regular check-ups with the hearing professional over a minimum of 3 years.

Annual Progress Reports for the recipients will be available to respective sponsors upon request.

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Looking for fashionable, durable, branded and affordable spectacles for kids and adults? Berrywan Eyecare Optical can find the best ones for you! It claims to be the “first eyewear shop in the capital which sells spectacles to kids and gives the lowest price to customers“. Located at Gadong Properties, the recently opened shop is currently [...]

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Looking for fashionable, durable, branded and affordable spectacles for kids and adults? Berrywan Eyecare Optical can find the best ones for you! It claims to be the “first eyewear shop in the capital which sells spectacles to kids and gives the lowest price to customers“.

Located at Gadong Properties, the recently opened shop is currently offering a 20 per cent discount on all spectacles including the branded sunglasses, kid spectacles and more.

Also on offer is a special promotional package for its new multicoated lens spectacles from as low as $48.

“The special new multi-coated spectacles in our shop are very practical, fashionable and yet affordable. The frames are light, but they will not slip down your nose that often. Furthermore, the nose pads are soft and adjustable according to customers’ preferences,” said Director of Berrywan Eyecare Optical, Ho Fu Wan. Berrywan Eyecare Optical is also able to complete a new pair of spectacles within an hour for customers, provided that the lenses are available.

“We also have two professional and experienced optometrists who have been working in this field for over 10 years to serve our customers; they know’ which pair would fit and be the most comfortable for customers,” Wan added.

Visit Berrywan Eyecare Optical at Unit G-7, Ground Floor, Gadong Properties Centre, or call 8888944/ 2426966. It is open every day (including weekends) from 9.30am to 9.30pm.

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Looking for fashionable, durable, branded and affordable spectacles for kids and adults? Berrywan Eyecare Optical can find the best ones for you! It claims to be the “first eyewear shop in the capital which sells spectacles to kids and gives the lowest price to customers“.

Located at Gadong Properties, the recently opened shop is currently offering a 20 per cent discount on all spectacles including the branded sunglasses, kid spectacles and more.

Also on offer is a special promotional package for its new multicoated lens spectacles from as low as $48.

“The special new multi-coated spectacles in our shop are very practical, fashionable and yet affordable. The frames are light, but they will not slip down your nose that often. Furthermore, the nose pads are soft and adjustable according to customers’ preferences,” said Director of Berrywan Eyecare Optical, Ho Fu Wan. Berrywan Eyecare Optical is also able to complete a new pair of spectacles within an hour for customers, provided that the lenses are available.

“We also have two professional and experienced optometrists who have been working in this field for over 10 years to serve our customers; they know’ which pair would fit and be the most comfortable for customers,” Wan added.

Visit Berrywan Eyecare Optical at Unit G-7, Ground Floor, Gadong Properties Centre, or call 8888944/ 2426966. It is open every day (including weekends) from 9.30am to 9.30pm.

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See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers Motivation is a powerful force, one that helps us make new commitments and carry them through. Like any emotion, though, motivation comes and goes.  You’ll have days when you wake up ready to leap into action – and days when you just want to hit snooze and curl up [...]

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Motivation is a powerful force, one that helps us make new commitments and carry them through. Like any emotion, though, motivation comes and goes.  You’ll have days when you wake up ready to leap into action – and days when you just want to hit snooze and curl up under the duvet.

Here are seven ways to boost your motivation – try at least one today.

#1: Do Things That You Enjoy

This might be a bit easier said than done … but in general, try to focus your life around activities that you genuinely enjoy. It’s far, far easier to be motivated when you love what you’re doing than when you feel so-so about it.

You might want to think about:

  • Your work. Perhaps switching to your dream career isn’t an option right now – but can you take on more of the tasks that you like, and delegate some of the ones you don’t like?
  • Your goals. If you’re trying to establish a good exercise routine, for instance, look for forms of activity that you genuinely enjoy … not ones that feel like a chore.
  • Your commitments. Look for ways to reduce or cut out any which you don’t enjoy. Don’t be afraid to say “no” – even to something that you’ve said “yes” to in the past.

#2: Focus on Your Goal or the Outcome

Most big projects require a lot of work over an extended period of time. However excited you are about your end goal, there’ll almost certainly be times when the work at hand isn’t especially appealing.

Instead of thinking about the boring or difficult task you need to get through today, focus on your goal, or the outcome. For instance:

  • Making a healthy choice for lunch will help you to reach your goal of losing weight.
  • Dealing with a dull but necessary task will make life easier in the future.
  • Getting something checked off your to-do list will make you feel good.

#3: Go For Some Easy Wins

If you’re really struggling to get going at the start of the day (or at the start of a session working towards a particular goal), look for some easy wins. These are tasks that you can complete in just a few minutes, leaving you with a sense of accomplishment.

That could be:

  • Writing an email or making a phone call that you’ve been putting off.
  • Tidying your closet, or sorting out one small area of your house.
  • Filing those papers that have been mounting up for weeks.

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Motivation is a powerful force, one that helps us make new commitments and carry them through. Like any emotion, though, motivation comes and goes.  You’ll have days when you wake up ready to leap into action – and days when you just want to hit snooze and curl up under the duvet.

Here are seven ways to boost your motivation – try at least one today.

#1: Do Things That You Enjoy

This might be a bit easier said than done … but in general, try to focus your life around activities that you genuinely enjoy. It’s far, far easier to be motivated when you love what you’re doing than when you feel so-so about it.

You might want to think about:

  • Your work. Perhaps switching to your dream career isn’t an option right now – but can you take on more of the tasks that you like, and delegate some of the ones you don’t like?
  • Your goals. If you’re trying to establish a good exercise routine, for instance, look for forms of activity that you genuinely enjoy … not ones that feel like a chore.
  • Your commitments. Look for ways to reduce or cut out any which you don’t enjoy. Don’t be afraid to say “no” – even to something that you’ve said “yes” to in the past.

#2: Focus on Your Goal or the Outcome

Most big projects require a lot of work over an extended period of time. However excited you are about your end goal, there’ll almost certainly be times when the work at hand isn’t especially appealing.

Instead of thinking about the boring or difficult task you need to get through today, focus on your goal, or the outcome. For instance:

  • Making a healthy choice for lunch will help you to reach your goal of losing weight.
  • Dealing with a dull but necessary task will make life easier in the future.
  • Getting something checked off your to-do list will make you feel good.

#3: Go For Some Easy Wins

If you’re really struggling to get going at the start of the day (or at the start of a session working towards a particular goal), look for some easy wins. These are tasks that you can complete in just a few minutes, leaving you with a sense of accomplishment.

That could be:

  • Writing an email or making a phone call that you’ve been putting off.
  • Tidying your closet, or sorting out one small area of your house.
  • Filing those papers that have been mounting up for weeks.

See more on www.pickthebrain.com

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See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers You’re thinking of jumping ship. Maybe it’s your job, a relationship, a degree, or some other commitment that’s both so hard to keep doing and so hard to leave. Should you stay or should you go? Here’s how to decide. See on lifehacker.com Related articles How to Know When [...]

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You’re thinking of jumping ship. Maybe it’s your job, a relationship, a degree, or some other commitment that’s both so hard to keep doing and so hard to leave. Should you stay or should you go? Here’s how to decide.

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You’re thinking of jumping ship. Maybe it’s your job, a relationship, a degree, or some other commitment that’s both so hard to keep doing and so hard to leave. Should you stay or should you go? Here’s how to decide.

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