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This One Question Will Make Every Decision In Your Life Easier
The British rowing was terrible and hadn't won an Olympic medal since 1912. But then they did 1 thing... and it helped them win GOLD.
Is Success Making You Depressed?
Can personal and professional success make you depressed? It actually can, depending on how you define it.
By Elizabeth Lombardo
New Jersey was Ranked Among The Top 5 Happiest States In The Country And We’re Not Surprised
The happiest state in America, according to a recent study, is Hawaii. However, New Jersey isn’t far behind. In this same study (done by WalletHub), we ranked number four! Utah and Minnesota ranked second and third, respectively, with Maryland rounding out the top five.
2 mental shifts highly successful people make
Each person has their own preferences and everyday rituals. We rarely think why they have such habits. We are used to seeing them as very ordinary actions whereas scientists claim that our habits...
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Bill Gates: This book was so good, ‘I stayed up with it until 3 a.m.’—then gifted it to 50 friends
While the Microsoft co-founder has shared hundreds of his favorite reads, there’s one in particular that has been given the ultimate seal of approval
By Tom Popomaronis
Developing a Trustworthy Response to Stress
It is possible to protect ourselves from costly errors to stress that damage our lives?
By M.J. Toebe
There Are 38 Million Power Yoga Videos—These Are the 9 Best You Can Do in 10 Minutes or Less
When you want a feel-good, low-impact workout that also makes you work up a sweat in minimal time, there’s one answer: power yoga. Unlike your traditional calming flow, it’s basically a high-intensity form of yoga that focuses on cardio and strength-building. Hello, full-body burn.
These 12 Hidden Gems In New Jersey Are The State’s Best-Kept Secrets
New Jersey has a treasure trove of delightful secrets, just waiting to be discovered. From gorgeous gardens to quirky state monuments, epic sandwich menus to alien invasions, these 12 hidden gems in New Jersey are the state’s best-kept secrets.
Shocking New Report Reveals:
Your Essential 2020s Guide
to Survive and Thrive
By Mark Joyner
20 Books TED Speakers Think Everyone Should Read This year
The annual monster list of reading recommendations from TED speakers is out
Changing the Way You Listen Will Change Your Life
Are you listening? Maybe not as effectively as you could be.
In 2021, Take These 12 Incredible New Jersey Hikes, One For Each Month Of The Year
New Jersey is a lot more beautiful than people give it credit for. One of the best ways to enjoy our natural beauty is by taking scenic hikes across the state.
These Are The Surprising Cars More People Get Rid Of In The First Year (Wait, How Many Are BMW's?)
It's easy to look at data and reach all sorts of conclusions. Such as that the rich are hard to satisfy, for example.
BY CHRIS MATYSZCZYK
Cars evaluated against climate targets & monthly cost of ownership
Developed by MIT Trancik lab & featured on the New York times
Bill Gates’ 5 Secrets To Happiness Are Surprisingly Affordable
It's maddening, but sometimes Forbes readers dismiss the wisdom of a life coach. You tend to pay more attention to the life lessons delivered by billionaires. The problem is that while most life coaches are not very rich, most billionaires are not tremendously happy.
Remy Blumenfeld Contributor
Home Trends for 2021 Imagine Spaces That Just Work Better
The pandemic has turned a great many of us into homebodies, and given that Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), warned that we shouldn’t expect to return to “some semblance of normality” until at least the end of 2021, the coming year will see us continuing to invest in our homes.
by Jamie Thilman of Well + Good
Skip the Useless Covid-19 Rules, Please
A tangle of recommendations — some not even helpful — is contributing to pandemic fatigue.
by Faye Flam Bloomberg Opinion Columnist
Fitness Had a Bumper Year—And It’s Not Slowing Down in 2021, Either
After workout spaces closed their doors in mid March, it didn’t take us long to realize that the gym is wherever you can lay your mat.
Article by Ali Finney