How to Make Time Slow Down

How to Make Time Slow Down

Is it possible to make time slow down? Do you find yourself thinking, “Where did the time go!”? You aren’t alone. As you get older, your perception of time changes. This change in perception is closely tied to how you spend your time. In his 1890...
How to Use Journaling to Enrich Your Life

How to Use Journaling to Enrich Your Life

Do you keep a journal? Have you tried it, but could not make it a habit? By employing the right strategies for habit formation, integrating journaling into your daily routine becomes much easier. In this blog post, I’ll explore the benefits of journaling, types...
How to Manage Time Wisely & Feel Satisfied

How to Manage Time Wisely & Feel Satisfied

Time management is an essential skill that can significantly impact your productivity, satisfaction, and overall well-being. With busy lives and countless responsibilities, it’s crucial to make the most out of each day. In this blog post, we’ll explore six...
How Your Brain Keeps Score: Mind, Body, & Energy

How Your Brain Keeps Score: Mind, Body, & Energy

🤒 Does your brain have something to do with you getting sick? Have you noticed a pattern where you tend to get sick right after an intensely busy period at work? If you’re a teacher, do you often fall ill as soon as the semester is over? You might be wondering...
How to Find Amusement in the Mundane of Everyday

How to Find Amusement in the Mundane of Everyday

🤔 Breaking Free from the Monotony Do you find your life a bit boring? Do you feel that your days are on repeat, like the movie Groundhog Day? You wake up, work, eat, relax a bit, and sleep. The next day, you do it all over again. As time goes by, you may start to...
How to Take Advantage of Desire to Avoid Loss

How to Take Advantage of Desire to Avoid Loss

🧠 Understanding Loss Aversion Most of us feel the pain of a loss more strongly than the pleasure of a gain. This phenomenon, known as “Loss Aversion,” is a heuristic, or mental shortcut, that Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman describes in his book...