Well, this year I got smart…or at least a little smarter. I decided to listen to the research, along with the advice from some really wise, busy and very successful people. In this article I’m going to debunk the myth that multitasking is efficient and the best way to get things done. I’m also going to share with you some great focusing strategies that will help you be happier, healthier and more efficient.
Summer is here! Now that we’ve managed to get through the craziness of the end of the school year (which can be super busy whether you have kids in school or not) we’re looking forward to the next two months of summer bliss. At least, that’s the image we have in our heads. However, the reality is, summer bliss isn’t just going to happen on its own. Like anything we want to achieve or create in our lives, we have to plan and take action steps to make it happen. In this article I’m going to share with you 3 simple but amazing tips to help you create a happy and healthy summer for you and your family! For example, did you know that research has shown at least 11 major health benefits to spending time outdoors?
You can almost see it. The finish line. The end of the school year. The only problem is that it seems like you have to go through an obstacle course to get there! In this article I’m going to tell you about 3 simple tips to help you bypass the obstacle course so you can sail through the month with greater ease.
According to research done by the OCED (Organization for Cooperation and Economic Development), 86 out of 1000 Canadians are on antidepressants.1 In the United States, 11 percent of the population aged 12 and over take antidepressants. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) reports that from “1988–1994 through 2005–2008, the rate of antidepressant use in the United States among all ages increased nearly 400%”!2 Why is everyone, children included, so stressed out? In this article, I’m going to show you a simple, scientifically validated exercise that has been shown to leave people happier and less depressed for a month! I’ll also share with you two powerful, thought-provoking questions that could change your life.