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Don’t Talk About Others Behind Their Back

Talking about others behind their back is a bad habit to have. Often it encourages gossip, rumors, and criticism that we normally wouldn’t say to a person’s face. What do we have to gain from this? Not much but some cheap entertainment. Maybe we’ll get some laughs and praise from our peers, but talking about […]

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How Taking Breaks Boosts Creativity

At times the most healthy thing we can do to help our creativity is to just walk away from a project for a little while. The most creative discoveries usually don’t happen when trying to tackle a project directly through logic or reason or planning. We can’t force creativity to happen. Instead, creativity often comes […]

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How to Maximize Your Willpower

Our ability to change habits is an important part of cultivating a healthy and happy life, but there are many different factors to consider when trying to change a habit. One of the best things to do is identify your habit loops. This means finding the “cue-routine-reward” that fuels your habits, and then trying to […]

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The Hidden Power of Anxiety

We often get trapped into thinking that we need to rid ourselves of all the stress and anxiety in our lives to be happy. However, the truth is that small amounts of stress and anxiety can actually be very beneficial toward living a healthy life. When we have anxiety, it means that we have a […]

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Words Have Consequences

The way we talk and the words we use have both positive and negative consequences on the people we interact with on a daily basis. It’s therefore important that we remain mindful of our speech and choose our words carefully whenever possible. Different people can speak the same exact message, but depending on how they […]

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