Lack of focus can interfere with figuring out your priorities. Devote time to the activities that matter most to you by concentrating on your top concerns. These techniques will teach you how to prioritize like a pro.
Intergenerational friendships can enrich your life. If all your friends are just like you, you may want to start reaching out to those who are older or younger. Take a second look at the grandmother who lives next door or the young man who rides the bus with you. You may have more in common than you think.
If you want to hold onto your brain cells, you may need to change your media habits. Focusing on one task at a time is good for your health.
That’s the lesson from a recent university study that found that using multiple devices at once was linked to a loss of brain tissue. Previous studies have found that chronic multitasking can weaken your attention span, memory, emotional intelligence, and social skills.
Going through your workdays with a sense of disappointment is tough. At the beginning of your career, you probably felt like you were on track. Now, you wonder how you missed the signs that the career you chose wasn’t for you. If your current career is unrewarding, it doesn’t have to be the one you stay in for the rest of your life.
It can be difficult to figure out how to eat healthy when you see new nutrition studies, with complicated scientific language, coming out every other week. How about relying on a system so easy it’s color-coded? Natural foods often give you clues about their nutritional values if you look at their colors. Let this rainbow of a guide help you make smart food choices.