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3 Simple Ways to Cultivate Happiness

3 Simple Ways to Cultivate Happiness

There's lots of advice on how to be happy nowadays. Be more purposeful. Be happy with where you are. Write a list of your dreams. Meditate more. Enjoy the journey. It's all good advice, most of it backed by solid research. But sometimes it seems like there are so many routes to happiness, it's hard to know which way to turn. Instead of getting on with it and just being happy, you spend too much time wondering if what you're doing is what you're supposed to be doing, if you're doing it properly and if you're doing enough of it. And then you...
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9 Ways To Be a Business Romantic

9 Ways To Be a Business Romantic

Tim Leberecht is author of The Business Romantic: Fall Back In Love with your Work and your Life. The book promotes devotion over data, aiming to reveal that business can transcend mere rationality and self-interest. The following are a condensed version of his Business Romantic action items: 1) Come out as a Business Romantic If you feel that the workplace or a brand does not accommodate your full range of spiritual, emotional and intellectual needs, it is time to come out as a Business Romantic. It is imperative that you don't just "confess". You can...
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7 Ways to Deal with Stress

7 Ways to Deal with Stress

Health and happiness go hand in hand.  A healthy body creates a healthy mind.  Everyone knows that a good diet promotes health and well-being, but the effect of stress is often underestimated.  Stress can be a killer. Let’s get some facts straight first.  Short term stress is not bad for you.  The body is designed for short term stress.  Short term stress can be enjoyable.  People choose to go on fairground rides – even though their bodies have an extreme stress reaction on the more exciting rides. Humans evolved to hunt mammoths.  It's just that we didn’t...
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Understanding Microbiota and Weight Management

Understanding Microbiota and Weight Management

The title of Kathie Swift's book 'The Swift Diet' could be misleading. It is not a book about miracle weight loss but focuses on the medicinal power of food to heal our bowel problems, allergies and depression. Weight gain is just one of the side effects to the damage we have done to our immune system by digesting antibiotics and processed foods. The key to fixing this, says Swift, is to restore and boost the bacteria that lives inside our bodies, mostly in the colon or large intestine. Weight gain, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), gluten...
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4 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Working

4 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Working

In the UK, work-related stress is deemed the biggest cause of sickness in the country, with over 105 million days lost to stress each year. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to alleviate this stress or even to not get caught up in it in the first place. Projects, presentations, meetings and sales are all common reasons people are feeling stressed at work. But the one which I’d like to address here is bosses. A strained relationship with an employer can be one of the biggest causes of stress at work, so here are four things to bear in mind if you are...
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