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11 Exercises To Relieve Lower Back Pain

If lower back pain is a constant annoyance in your life, you might be wary of working out in fear of making it worse—and understandably so. However, …

Workouts

4 Important Things You Lose In Life And Why You Should Be Grateful

Losing things is often painted with negative connotations. As humans, we tend to hold onto things in all areas of our lives — our jobs, …

Happiness

The big data race reaches the City

IBM’s Watson supercomputer, once known for winning the television quiz show <i>Jeopardy!</i> in 2011, is now sold to wealth management companies as an affordable way to dispense investment advice. Twitter has introduced “cashtags” to its stream of social chatter so that investors can track what is said …

How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math - Issue 40: Learning

I was a wayward kid who grew up on the literary side of life, treating math and science as if they were pustules from the plague. So it’s a little …

Mathematics

10 Powerful Hacks to Overcome Procrastination

I will do it later. That is the refrain of the procrastinator. Unfortunately, later never comes, or when it does arrive, it comes with panic and the …

Procrastination

15 Essential Differences Between Productive People And Busy People

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Pep Guardiola says Manchester City learnt lesson in Celtic draw

• City manager wants more clinical approach in front of goal • Brendan Rodgers praises Celtic support after 3-3 draw<p>Pep Guardiola said Manchester City’s 3-3 draw at Celtic was a valuable lesson and that qualification for the Champions League knockout stage may go to the final game of Group C.<p>The …

Soccer

Andrew Sullivan: My Distraction Sickness — and Yours

I was sitting in a large meditation hall in a converted novitiate in central Massachusetts when I reached into my pocket for my iPhone. A woman in …

Mind

How to read a book a week

In February, I read Belle Beth Cooper’s <i>Fast Company</i> piece “How I became a morning person, read more books, and learned a language in a year,” which listed the four steps to assuming a new hobby: set small goals, focus on one new thing at a time, remove obvious barriers, and build the new routines …

Books

How I Became A Morning Person, Read More Books, And Learned A Language In A Year

It wasn’t as hard as it sounds: I used four principles to start small habits that built into big, long-term outcomes. Here’s how.<p>You’ll notice that I made the title of this post sound quite impressive (at least I hope I did!).<p>But the great thing about this story is that anyone can have such an …

The Role of Frugality in Long-Term Financial Success

Like many people who suddenly realize how bad their financial situation is, we dove <i>hard</i> into frugality during the first few months of our financial …

Simple Tomato and Mushroom Pasta

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20 Brutal Truths About Life No One Wants to Admit | Inc.com

It's much easier to talk about the weather, sports, and celebrities than your fear of mortality.<p>Unfortunately, the more time you spend pretending that ultimate truths don't exist, the more time you waste not being your authentic self and getting the most out of every precious second.<p>Time, not …

Happiness

9 Brutal Truths About Emotional Intelligence Everyone Needs to Hear

Is E.I. all it's cracked up to be? Decide for yourself.<p>What's your emotional intelligence quotient?<p>Ever since Daniel Goleman's international best-seller <i>Emotional Intelligence</i> was released in 1995, interest in this quality has risen dramatically. Many psychologists and other experts claim that …

How algorithms rule our working lives

A few years ago, a young man named Kyle Behm took a leave from his studies at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He was suffering from bipolar disorder and needed time to get treatment. A year and a half later, Kyle was healthy enough to return to his studies at a different university. …

Middle School

Does The Sportswear Industry Ignore Serious Athletes? These Entrepreneurs Think So

A handful of industry veterans have launched companies meant to do what the giants don’t: Cater to hardcore athletes.<p>Thirty-eight-year-old Matt Taylor has been running his entire life. What he loves most about the sport is the competition. When he trains for races, he’s trying to win a medal or at …

7 Household Chores with Unexpected Health Benefits

Individuals who do the most yard work, DIY projects, and household chores have about a 30 percent lower risk of suffering a first time heart attack

Health

NASSIM TALEB: The markets will crash again and a lot of people will get hurt

Nassim Taleb, the man who popularized the “black swan” theory, recently did a Q&A with Yahoo Finance.<p>Taleb, the author of “The Black Swan” and …

Procrastinate Better

Ask yourself, is all that wasted time really rewarding? And other tips from Charles Duhigg, who wrote the book on productivity.<p>Why is it that the more work I have to do, the more the internet beckons me into its endless maw of distraction? <i>Oh Lord</i>, I will say, appealing both to myself and to …

The Real Hustle Behind Hampton Creek’s Buy-Up Scheme

The program to buy up jars of its own Just Mayo product was less about fluffing up sales and more about securing shelf space.<p>When you’re trying to disrupt the food industry and win over supermarket titans, the difference between hustling and a shady scheme can be blurry, as Hampton Creek discovered …

Abraham Wald and the Missing Bullet Holes

An excerpt from <i>How Not To Be Wrong</i> by Jordan Ellenberg<p>This story, like many World War II stories, starts with the Nazis hounding a Jew out of Europe …

Mathematics

The 2 exercises that will keep you fit for life

If you want to live a long and healthy life, you should make sure you're getting enough exercise.<p>It will keep your brain healthy and can add years to your life. Researchers have found that many fit older adults have the muscles and bones of people years — even decades— younger.<p>And any exercise is …

Exercise

The Incalculable Value of Finding a Job You Love

Social scientists have been trying to identify the conditions most likely to promote satisfying human lives. Their findings give some important clues about choosing a career: Money matters, but as the economist Richard Easterlin and others have demonstrated, not always in the ways you may …

Workplace Safety

A Step By Step Guide On How To Remove Your Online Presence

Can you ever really disappear from a world where your face is plastered all over Facebook, your location is stamped all over Instagram, and your …

Online