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The art of sticking to your goals

The art of sticking to your goals

Do you start off excited about your goals, give it a good go and mid way forget about them and don’t follow through. A study by the Journal of Clinical Psychology showed that about 54% of people who make resolutions fail to keep it up past six months. If you are...

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Are you Emotionally Healthy?

Are you Emotionally Healthy?

Being emotionally healthy means having the ability to confront and face your emotions or feelings regardless of whether they are positive or not. Our emotional health is heavily dependent on how we think, feel, behave and act. Being emotionally healthy on the other...

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The art of sticking to your goals

Do you start off excited about your goals, give it a good go and mid way forget about them and don’t follow through. A study by the Journal of Clinical Psychology showed that about 54% of people who make resolutions fail to keep it up past six months. If you are...

A World of Space

Human beings definitely acquire residences for shelter, prestige and investment purposes. They are semi-permanent and permanent structures protecting lives from dangers of nature. In this age of technology, they may favourably present themselves as remote workplaces....

7 things I wish I knew earlier

Do what makes you happy Most of the time we are stuck in places that make us unhappy. In turn we end up complaining and we all know that misery loves company and negative energy is passed on. At times you have you gather the courage and go after the things that really...

Being an introvert during COVID-19

Introversion is a personality trait characterized by getting stimulation from internal sources as opposed to external ones. An introvert recharges from time spent alone. As introverts we are so accustomed to being within and with ourselves and social distance to some...

Are you an Information Addict?

A study by the University of California , Haas School of Business found out that information acts on the brain’s dopamine producing a reward system in the same way as money, food or drugs. Our brains can over value information that makes us feel good even though it is...