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Practice the Pareto Principle and Reap the Results You Seek in Your Life

Practice the Pareto Principle and Reap the Results You Seek in Your Life

By on August 31, 2016

The 80/20 Rule, or Pareto Principle, probably isn’t new to you. The Pareto Principle is the idea that 80% of your results come from 20% of your actions. You wear 20% of your clothes 80% of the time. The top

Overcome These 6 Obstacles and Get Your Life Back Under Control

Overcome These 6 Obstacles and Get Your Life Back Under Control

By on August 30, 2016

With so many moving parts, it’s easy for life to get out of control. This imbalance is caused by putting undue focus on certain priorities to an extent that pushes out your other priorities. A life that’s under control is

New Help for Parents of Quiet Students

New Help for Parents of Quiet Students

By on August 29, 2016

As the parent of a quiet child, you may be concerned about how they’re treated in the classroom. You know that your child is gifted and curious, but their teacher may be lowering their grades because they don’t understand your

Modern Rules for Working in an Open Office

Modern Rules for Working in an Open Office

By on August 28, 2016

An open office can be a tough place to work. Many employers want to follow the lead of Silicon Valley giants like Google and Yahoo. They tear down walls to cut costs and encourage collaboration. Meanwhile, employees struggle with excess

How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Quitting

How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Quitting

By on August 27, 2016

The most successful people have an uncanny ability to keep going when everyone else would quit. Your success is tied your ability to keep working after you have the urge to quit. Quitting is a bad habit, and it’s often

Help for Moms With Middle School Blues

Help for Moms With Middle School Blues

By on August 26, 2016

What’s the toughest stage for a mother? You may picture staying up all night with a crying infant or chasing after a rambunctious toddler. However, according to a recent study, middle school blues cause the most stress. Researchers at Arizona

Give Your Child a Gift That Lasts a Lifetime With Healthy Family Habits

Give Your Child a Gift That Lasts a Lifetime With Healthy Family Habits

By on August 25, 2016

Adults with bad health habits learned most of them in their youth. Consider your own experience. One of the greatest gifts you can give your child is a set of healthy habits. This includes self-care, diet, exercise, communication skills, and

Finding a Meditation Community Made Easy

Finding a Meditation Community Made Easy

By on August 24, 2016

Meditating as a community has its advantages. You can exchange feedback and teach each other. You’re more likely to show up regularly because you want to see your friends, and you feel like they’re counting on you. Most of all,

Enjoy Greater Abundance by Sharing Your Time and Money

Enjoy Greater Abundance by Sharing Your Time and Money

By on August 23, 2016

Consider sharing your time and money with those that are less fortunate. You’ll be surprised by the benefits you receive by sharing your resources. Most of us feel we don’t have any time or money to spare, but that’s rarely

Doing This for 30 Minutes a Week Helps Prevent Depression

Doing This for 30 Minutes a Week Helps Prevent Depression

By on August 22, 2016

The complications of modern life can leave you feeling stressed and lonely, but the solution is sometimes surprisingly simple. A recent study found that visiting a park for at least 30 minutes a week significantly reduces the risk of depression.