"Who do I need to ask for support?" In his wonderful book; "The Power of Habit", Charles Duhigg explains that habit accounts
Our richest memories contain an element of surprise. A perfectly predictable life is one we start forgetting even as it's happening.
Every year, most people set goals for themselves to read a certain number of books. But, just like most New Year resolutions
If you long for more meaning and purpose in your life, are a victim of your snooze alarm, or wish you felt greater fulfillment at the close of each day, pay careful attention to your mornings. Here are 10 simple ideas to consider:
My choice to commit to a practice of journaling my gratitude on a regular basis has clearly demonstrated to me that gratitude helps us to make mindful choices, manage expectations, and stay present when there are many demands on us, especially during the holidays.
Sonata is eating the Lettuce Wrap, without a bun, for all gluten-free diners. At this I called my office to cancel the rest
In any area of self-improvement -- not just in fitness and diet -- small changes in habit can lead to amazing results. Yet even the smallest change in behavior requires willpower and conscious effort -- something that sounds as simple as running five minutes a day won't be simple in practice.
While it is natural to reflect on upsetting experiences, brooding involves replaying the same scenes in your mind and reliving the emotional distress you felt at the time. Once you are in the habit of ruminating, the urge to brood can be easy to trigger and difficult to ignore.
It makes sense why the "21 Days" myth would spread. It's easy to understand. The time frame is short enough to be inspiring, but long enough to be believable. And who wouldn't like the idea of changing your life in just three weeks?