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Why Do People Cheat—and Are We Wired To?

From Greatist.com 2/13/18

Cuffing season, wedding season, summer flings, biological clocks, midlife affairs—pop culture and peer pressure often make us feel as though love, sex, and relationships are all supposed to happen to everyone at a prescribed time and in just the right order. 1,529 more words


I Tried to Be a Morning Person for 30 Days. Here's What Worked (and What Didn't)

April 26, 2016 | By Locke Hughes

If you spend any time online, you’ll inevitably come across an article (or 15) spelling out steps to reach the near-mythical status of… 94 more words

What Caught My Eye #34

I’ve been extremely hit & miss with this series lately as I’ve been offline more than on. After today it will have a little rest until January as we settle into a fun-filled festive season. 172 more words

What Caught My Eye

Productivity Giants Series with Derek Flanzraich, Founder of Greatist

Are you caught up on our #ProductivityGiants series so far? If not, be sure to check out our interviews with Camille Ricketts, Head of Content at First Round Capital, … 2,437 more words


3 Ways To Make Wholesome Habits Stick

Goodreads helps you keep observe of books you wish to read. The book additionally gives brief essays, weblog posts, and guide excerpts from other practitioners of creating habits for profitable and fulfilling lives. 634 more words


How Do I Track Wholesome Habits? Virgin Pulse

Goodreads helps you retain track of books you need to learn. Nutritionists are all the time saying to eat extra vegetables, so cook dinner them in a manner that takes them from ho-hum to yum. 571 more words


How Do I Observe Healthy Habits? Virgin Pulse

I’ve found many teenage women being picky and sulky over food and I embrace myself on this class. For example, if your objective is to start journaling, set a timer each day for the least and most period of time you need to write down. 536 more words