Meditation to Boost Health and Well-Being lifestyle wellness

Practicing mindfulness and meditation may help you manage stress and high blood pressure, sleep better, feel more balanced and connected, and even lower your risk of heart disease.

Meditation and mindfulness are practices — often using breathing, quiet contemplation or sustained focus on...

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6 Martin Luther King Quotes to Inspire Business Success lifestyle wellness

As you might surmise from my last name or headshot, I don't know what it means to be African American in the United States. Still, I've found tremendous inspiration from the words of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. over the course of my career, as some of his quotes can be quite helpful in...

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8 Ways to Keep Your Money Saving Goals in 2020 personal finance

Pop quiz: If you had a medical emergency or your car blew a tire, would you have enough money saved up to cover it? If your answer is no, you’re definitely not alone. In fact, almost 28% of American adults have no savings, while only 25% have a so-called rainy-day fund—albeit one...

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5 Steps to Help You Get Out of Debt personal finance

You know you need to get out of debt, but you may be wondering how to do it. There are many benefits of getting out of debt since it is vital to control your finances and build wealth. it should be the first step in your financial plan. When you continue to have debt year after year, you put...

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10 Little Ways to Sneak in Exercise at Work (Without Looking Silly) lifestyle wellness

Hectic schedules can make it seem impossible to fit workouts into our busy week. The prospect of packing a gym bag, trudging to your local gym, working out, showering, changing, and trudging back to where you came from takes an awful lot of time.

But you aren't doing yourself any favors by...

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20 Signs That You’re A Crazy Cat Parent lifestyle wellness

Are you a crazy cat parent? No, of course you're not. Or maybe you are. If 5 or more of these apply to you, then by definition, you are.

We're the artists behind the creative studio Last Lemon, and after we posted a few illustrated Crazy Cat Parent images online, people from across the planet...

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25 Inspirational Helen Keller Quotes on Happiness, Vision and Purpose lifestyle wellness

Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880, in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She was an American author, political activist, lecturer, and the first deaf-blind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree.

Keller was born a healthy child but at the age of 19 months, she became deaf and blind as a result of an...

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5 Mistakes to avoid while investing in a bull market personal finance

Consistent economic growth and large inflows of foreign investment have driven the Indian stock market to deliver unmatched yields. In fact, over the past 25 years, Sensex has outperformed major global indices.

The prospect of making it big by investing in stocks lures millions of investors....

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Bear Market - How and Why They Occur personal finance

It’s easy to be in the market when stocks are rising. It can be a little more challenging when stocks are declining. When investor sentiment turns negative, there tends to be a cascading effect where the momentum of the market trends negatively. What can be particularly concerning for...

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19 Crucial Distinctions Between Being A Dog Lover And Being A Dog Parent lifestyle wellness

I don’t know about you guys, but if someone doesn’t like dogs, I have to seriously consider whether or not they’re worth having in my life. I’m talking up-all-night, pulling-my-hair-out, pros-and-cons-list-making consideration.

And while everyone reading this LOVES dogs...

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New study finds that happy workers are exactly this much more productive lifestyle wellness

It makes sense that happy workers are more productive workers. But in the research world, those ideas of happiness and productivity have never been linked conclusively – until now. “There has never been such strong evidence,” of such a connection, said economist Jan-Emmanual de...

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The Very Best Board Games for Groups, Families, and Couples — According to Experts Who Know lifestyle wellness

Playing games is more than just — wait for it — fun and games. That’s part of why board games and puzzles are experiencing a renaissance. They invite creative and strategic thinking, teamwork and cooperation, and of course, an opportunity to sit down and connect with other...

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5 bad money habits you are probably guilty of and how to break them personal finance

The occasional splurge won’t sink you financially, but small missteps can quickly develop into bad money habits that could wreck your finances.

With holiday shopping and expenses looming, now is a good time to develop better money habits. Americans are gearing up to spend a record...

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When it comes to financial angst, boomers and millennials have more in common than they think personal finance

The “OK, boomer” meme that has swept the internet this year provides an outlet for younger generations to tell their elders that they just don’t get it.

Yet as baby boomers retire, they’re less concerned with memes and more worried about whether things will be OK for...

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The 4 Keys to Creating Lasting Prosperity, Happiness and Joy in Your Everyday Life lifestyle wellness

Typically, when people think of prosperity, they think of monetary prosperity. They think of how much they have in their bank accounts or how much their car or home is worth. But monetary prosperity is only one kind of prosperity, and even though it’s the one people seem most concerned...

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The Affluent Millennial Money Study personal finance

Affluent Millennials Want to Be Debt-Free, but They Worry it Will Never Happen

 

The Balance’s Affluent Millennial Money Study found that 86% of affluent millennials consider being debt-free a marker of personal success, yet 88% report holding debt, and 50% don’t pay off...

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Kekeibo: How the Japanese art of budgeting can help you save money personal finance

Saving money is hard — a huge chunk of monthly income goes on rent, bills, travel costs, and groceries. Sometimes the extras eat away precious pennies without you even noticing.

Enter the kakeibo, a Japanese “budgeting journal” that promises to help you keep an eye on...

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All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten lifestyle wellness

(a guide for Global Leadership)

All I need to know about how to live and what to do and how to be I learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate school mountain, but there in the sand pile at school.These are the things I learned:

  • Share everything.
  • Play fair.
  • Don't hit...
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