Lindsie Labuschagne

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15 Podcasts You Should Be Listening to Every Week

A list of podcasts that will educate, inspire, and empower you to be the best you can be.<p>A growth mindset is one of the qualities that separates successful people from others. When you believe you are always learning and growing, you are free to take action, make mistakes, and evolve. Successful …

Self-improvement

How to do deadlifts the right way, according to Personal Trainers

<b>Save your back—and your wallet.</b><p>As you go about your business in the weight room, have you ever glanced over at a personal trainer during one of their …

These are the real 'superfoods' you should be eating more of, according to science

Super, shluper. The term "superfood" doesn't actually mean anything, and most of the foods hiding behind such a label aren't all that good for you. But there are dozens of real, nourishing foods that you should be eating more of right now.<p>Thanks to some of the scientists at America's foremost …

Chronic Disease

10 Full Body Yoga Poses That'll Help You Cultivate Good Vibes From Head To Toe

One of the many cool parts about being a yogi is that, when you're in a funk, you always know that just a little bit of time on your mat has the …

5 TED Talks That Are an Instant Dose of Optimism

Life got you down lately? These talks are just what you need to feel more optimistic.<p>Optimism can be hard to maintain these days. The polar ice caps are melting, world leaders are taunting each other like schoolyard bullies, and billion dollar companies are revealing themselves to be clueless about …

7 Psychological Biases You Need To Understand To Become A Stronger Person

It is easy to point out the ways in which other people fail to see their own biases and perceptions. It’s harder is to recognize our own. There’s even a term for this: the bias “blind spot,” first coined by social psychologists Emily Pronin, Daniel Lin and Lee Ross.<p>We can attribute this to …

Self-awareness

14 Reasons You're Always Tired

Lack of sleep isn't the only thing sapping your energy. Little things you do (and don't do) can exhaust you both mentally and physically, which can …

Vegetarian Diets And Health: The Voice Of Science Needs To Be Heard

Are vegetarian diets the key to healthy aging, or could they be a health risk? These questions are a source of confusion for the general public, and …

Try This Calorie-Torching HIIT Workout From the Fhitting Room

In this video, Dara Theodore of the New York City fitness studio The Fhitting Room and Aly Teich of The Sweat Life show you how to get your heart …

I spent this year reading about relationships, productivity, and success — and 15 insights stuck with me more than any others

As 2016 drew to a close, I published a list of nonfiction books I'd read that year. At that point, I thought I knew everything about how to be happier, how to achieve my goals, and how to become an expert at anything.<p>In 2017, I learned — surprise! — I was wrong. This past year, I read another …

This is how to be productive without being miserable: 8 proven secrets

There’s plenty of good advice on how to be productive. But most of it makes you feel like you need to turn yourself into a machine. You don’t want to …

Jackson Pollock