1. Wasting five minutes. When you have five minutes of down time, how do you spend that time? Most people use it as an excuse to rest or laze. By lazing for five five-minute breaks each day, we waste minutes
Designs with a human touch just feel right. It might be intangible, but it’s undeniably powerful. Think of interactions between people. Most communication happens using common languages, such as speech
Introverts often hesitate to negotiate for what they truly want – whether it’s a higher salary or a better business deal. But with a little courage and practice, introverts can excel in negotiations. an
I don’t know about you, but bouncing back to reality after the holidays isn’t easy. In fact, looking for inspiration on how to get motivated is almost a exercise in motivation itself. After eating all
Photo: Courtesy ELLE 1. You've got an end goal but no game plan.I can spot a bad diet resolution from a mile away. How? They all have one thing in common: They're way too general. Not sure what I mean?
New Year’s resolutions are like traffic. As the driver, your focus is intent while trying to “get there;” you see others pass you by; you get held up at a red light that slows down progress. Distractions
Sugar-related illnesses are skyrocketing (diabetes, heart disease, and dementia, among them). Yet Americans are shoveling in more sweet stuff than ever. We know it's bad. We just can't stop. Science shows
From attentional bias — where someone focuses on only one or two of several possible outcomes — to zero-risk bias — where we place too much value on reducing a small risk to zero — the sheer number of
We took our time to really go through everything we saw at New York Fashion Week to compile for you the best, worst, and unavoidable trends that will be forced in front of your faces come spring 2014.