Mental Habits that Support Lifelong Learning
No significant learning happens only through consumption of insights. It happens when we act on what we learn, go through the experience, take risks and then develop insights through the lens of that experience.
The Pocket Notebook of 20 Famous Men
The idea of carrying around a pocket notebook has become quite popular these last few years. In 2002, keeping handwritten journals is an art men and women share. Historically the pocket notebook has always been used by men from many different walks of life.
Runners Top the List When Competing Against Themselves
A recent survey by exercisebike.net (2020) regarding competitive fitness found that working to beat yourself is a much bigger motivator than trying to beat people around you, and runners lead the way in this form of self-competition.
12 Couples Yoga Poses to Strengthen Your Relationship (and Your Core)
Doing yoga with your partner on a regular basis is an ideal way to spend time together, while releasing the tension that might otherwise get in the way of your quality time. Couples yoga is an excellent way to grow trust, create a more profound relationship and just have fun together. It also lets you attempt poses which you otherwise may not have performed alone.
7 Scientific Benefits of Helping Others
Volunteering your time, money, or energy to help others doesn’t just make the world better—it also makes you better. Studies indicate that the very act of giving back to the community boosts your happiness, health, and sense of well-being. Here are seven scientific benefits of lending a hand to those in need.
Why Friends Make Us Happier, Healthier People
While the true benefits of friendships can’t ever be measured (how do you calculate how much joy your best pal has brought to you over the years?), study after study shows that friendships boost our happiness and even our health. NOTE: See links at end of article for added reading.