Tag Archives: Healthy Living

What Controls Our Happiness

May 3, 2017

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Everyone, whether they admit it or not, is continuously in pursuit of happiness. It is on our minds, consciously or unconsciously,  almost all the time Even our founding fathers were aware of its importance and mentioned in the US constitution as a human right. So, what controls our happiness? Every book store offers an entire shelf […]

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Living in a Pressure Pot

February 14, 2017

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The pace of our lives today is so fast, that it often feels impossible to keep up. Too many of us are living in a pressure pot and the pressure builds day after day after day. We can communicate with any one at any time and from almost any location. Information on every subject is […]

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Secrets to a Healthy Fabulous YOU for 2017

January 17, 2017

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January is a great time to let go of the past and start fresh. It is a perfect time to get serious about getting healthy. Rather than think of it as setting new year’s resolutions, think of it as creating a whole new lifestyle. A few simple daily actions can create a much less stressful life. Identify […]

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Lack of Focus Can Sabotage Your Life

September 23, 2016

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Lack of Focus

Lack of focus can sabotage your life in ways you may not suspect. It can affect your mental and physical health, your ability to do your job well, plus put severe strain on relationships (personal and professional). Severe and continued lack of focus can indicate serious problems such as depression or ADD/ADHD which can affect […]

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Exercise and Focus

September 20, 2016

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There is no longer any doubt about the mind/body connection.  It has been proven time and time again. If you understand that principle, you should have no trouble accepting the fact that exercise and focus are closely connected. In fact, a regular exercise routine will improve your ability to focus. In a 2007 Newsweek article Mary […]

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Stop Feeling Groggy in the Morning

April 12, 2016

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One of the biggest barriers there is to true productivity for the self-employed is sleep inertia – feeling groggy in the morning when you wake up. If getting out of bed is a challenge and you struggle to do anything useful during your first wakeful hour, you are one of many who suffer with sleep inertia. […]

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Workout Before Work (WAH Series)

April 5, 2016

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It is time to make good on the promise to yourself to work out on a regular basis.  Now that you are self-employed it will be 100 times easier to keep that promise. You finally have control over your time and have the ability to choose the hours you want to work and to include […]

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Avoid Nootropics (Smart Drugs) for Enhanced Brain Power (WAH Series)

April 1, 2016

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As an entrepreneur you are probably always looking for ways to maximize your productivity, to increase your output and to enhance the quality of your work. One area of focus may be your own physical and mental capacity.  If so, chances are that you have come across the term nootropics – also known as smart drugs. Nootropics […]

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Sleep Like a Baby (WAH Series)

March 29, 2016

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If getting a good night’s rest has been a problem – you can breathe a sigh of relief. Your sleeping patterns are about to improve. When you work at home, it is much easier to sleep like a baby. Lose the Alarm No more going to bed dreading that you have to wake up each morning […]

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Let Your Inner Child Out to Play (WAH Series)

March 22, 2016

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More Hours Every Day By working at home, you have added valuable time to your day. Just think about it! No Commute. You have 30 minutes to 2 or 3 hours extra time each day (depending on the distance of your commute). Plus time spent buying gas each week. No Perfecting Physical Appearance, packing lunch, […]

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