Archive for September, 2015

The 5 Reasons We Are Jealous of Our Pets

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The 5 Reasons We Are Jealous of Our Pets

Everyone already knows why we love our dogs and cats: they’re furry, cute, and have quirky little personalities. What is not discussed is why we are so jealous of them. So why do we envy our pets so much? They are vastly morally superior to us – Dogs and cats don’t hold grudges, discriminate against […]

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Remind Yourself What You Once Loved About Your Job

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Remind Yourself What You Once Loved About Your Job

There was something that initially drew you to your line of work. It might have been the basic nature of your personality, or possibly your goals and dreams for the future. There is an aspect of your job that once, and hopefully still does, bring you joy. For me, I went into finance because I […]

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Winning With “Old School” Diet & Exercise Principles

Filed in Diet & Exercise by on September 10, 2015 0 Comments
Winning With “Old School” Diet & Exercise Principles

I keep up to date on all of the latest diet and exercise research because it is an area of interest of mine. There are always new ideas coming out, partly because science waits for no man (or woman), and also because people are willing to spend a lot of money in the hopes of […]

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Along With Positive Thinking, Strive for Peaceful Thinking

Filed in Stress & Anxiety by on September 3, 2015 0 Comments
Along With Positive Thinking, Strive for Peaceful Thinking

As I discussed in my last post, optimism—being a “glass is half full”-type person—is a great way to be healthier and happier. However, I also believe that peaceful thinking is important to your emotional well-being. I have found that any sort of very extreme thinking or talk, whether negative or positive, can be harmful, since […]

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