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Measure how happy you are daily. Then improve your positivity diet

As part of the positive psychology class that I am taking, I learned about this web site created by the happiness researcher Barbara Fredrickson. It allows you to measure your ‘positivity ratio’ daily, track it for 2 weeks and make adjustments to your life accordingly. 91 more words


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The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. These intervals are known as “pomodori”, the plural of the 

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5 Ways to Make Exercise Fun!

Most people these days dread exercise, the very thought of which is enough to cause stress and even anxiety, but what if we could make exercise fun? 749 more words

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Shed Your Fear of Conflict

In today’s world a lot of people are so afraid of conflict that they can’t even speak up when they know they should, they can’t even stand up for themselves or their point of view when they know there is merit and authenticity to both. 561 more words

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May Flowers

“If April Showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?”

My co-instructor told that joke last time we were teaching science to 5th graders. 985 more words


Use the Internet as a Tool, Not the Other Way Around

Now, this may seem like a fairly self-explanatory or perhaps common sense kind of thing, but consider this: what do you use the internet for most of the time? 553 more words

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Blogs for Excellence

Given some of my recent posts on productivity and excellence (see the PIE category for some examples), where I outline habits and log my progress in my project to become the best version of myself, I have received questions concerning what I think the best websites for productivity are. 509 more words