1. Throw Out 100 Things Challenge
Ooh, this sounds right up my alley. Jess gives seven tips for "exfoliation."
Going through our stuff and identifying what we don’t need, use, or love is a lot like giving our home a facial.Plus, regular exfoliations control clutter and highlight what we don’t want to acquire in the future.
I've always been a big believer in sleep. These studies confirm what we already suspect, but I was surprised to learn that even slight sleep deprivation can affect relationship satisfaction and a full moon actually does result in a poorer night's sleep. Bottom line? Sleep matters--big time.
Constraints can narrow a boundless sea of possibilities to a manageable pool. Writer Rajesh Setty finds that even Twitter has its merits.
I resisted using Twitter for a long time, thinking it was a total waste of time. I even told several of my friends that they were wasting time on Twitter.4. Low-fuss shopping strategies for men who hate the mall.
“After all, what can you really say in 140 characters?” was my explanation.
In one such conversation, my classmate Navin Nagiah (currently the CEO of DNN Software) asked me a question back: “Raj, is it that Twitter is a waste of time or that you don’t have what it takes to make the most of what the platform provides?”
5. What No One Ever Told You About Work-Life Balance
I've said before, balance is overrated. This article expresses a similar sentiment: achieving balance doesn't always produce the results for which we hoped.
Balance isn’t easy, fast, or always fun. It requires constant movement, constant attention.
That’s why it can feel like we’re not truly balanced even when we are. Sometimes when we’re doing exactly what is required to keep our balance, we feel the most unbalanced. That’s only because we've misunderstood balance and expect it to do something for our lives that it can’t.