I spent 30 years on yo-yo diets, from the age of 13 until I was 43, gaining weight, using some gimmick diet to lose a few pounds, but then gaining more back.
How to figure out what will improve your life when you don’t know what matters to you.
Out of shape? Not eating right? Too busy and too tired to care? Don’t know where to start? Try this.
This week in Self Improvement, we discuss taking a break. Specifically, it’s the ultradian rhythms that rule our daily lives, and how working within those rhythms can boost productivity, creativity, and your health and well-being. It was wonderfully explained, in a 90s kind of way, by: The Twenty Minute Break: Reduce Stress, Maximize Performance, Improve […]
He could just be hungry, but maybe there’s more going on behind his focused eyeballs. A Review of a Classic That Pretty Much Everyone Should Read This is a review of a classic of the genre, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck. This book explained the fundamentals of self-improvement to me and propelled […]