There’s a quote that says, “Look back and see how you have far you have come through.” It’s easy for us to forget small progresses we make each day because they don’t seems to contribute a lot to what we want.
Being in a relationship with constant fights can be tedious. However, many conflicts in relationships are unnecessary, and can be avoided easily if we understand our partners’ needs.
We’ve all experienced that panicked moment, just as we leave the house, when we realise we can’t find our car keys, wallet, phone or house keys.
Having to pay attention, or focusing on what’s important is how we get things done, that is how we stay sight of what we need to do in order to get certain processes moving in a forward direction.
A typical day used to be spent doing physical labor, but that is no longer the case. The inactivity most of us experience as part of our daily career routine can increase our risk of dying.
No one likes suffering. We try to get rid of any kind of pain and suffering at every turn. An entire industry sprang up around reducing the pain associated with dental and medical procedures.
Who have you interacted with in the last 24 hours? Coworkers, best friends, family, or facebook friends?
In certain situations, we fight to survive and succeed. It’s human nature. There are two types of fighter in this world – one performs well in peace time and the other thrives in war time.
You’re feeling tired after a long, hard day at work, and you deserve a good night’s sleep. However, when your switch your bedroom light off, and your head hits the pillow, you find yourself with a problem.
In July 2014, a bunch of engineering graduates — very smart people — decided they had identified a pain point that could become a company.
When you think of back-breaking labor, you might imagine someone carrying heavy loads all day. You may not realize that sitting at a desk has it’s own back-breaking repercussions.
When you think of the word solitude, what comes to mind? Is this a term that you can easily embrace and comprehend in today’s blanket of connectivity?
Have you ever questioned the destination when you picked the wrong route or turned into the opposite direction?
It feels to me that the concept of time these days, is all about seizing and squeezing every moment such that it never goes to waste.
Love isn’t always straight forward. Even when you seem to have found the perfect person for you, miscommunication and conflicting ways of expressing love can challenge any relationship.
“Don’t be upset.” “You shouldn’t worry so much.” All of these statements are seemingly harmless and are meant to be helpful.
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” That’s the mantra of the work-obsessed. You may feel like sleep is an area where you can cut corners, but not getting enough sleep is bad for your health and productivity.
Life is not always easy. The one guarantee that we all have is that it can change at a moment’s notice.
Have you ever been stopped from bringing your own drinks into concerts, the cinema or sporting events?
Imagine that you’ve just completed a project at work. Your supervisor tells you that you didn’t deliver things exactly the way he wants, and he asks you to redo the project.