Tag Archives: work-life balance

“Slow and steady wins the race.” I had the chance to watch a friend complete her first half marathon last weekend. While I was waiting at mile 10 to cheer her on to the finish, I couldn’t help but notice the running styles of those that went past. At the very front of the pack, […]

The GTD productivity method helps you tackle the minutiae of the day. You can clear out your head, organize your tasks and projects, and maintain the structure easily. But beyond the day-to-day organization, an important aspect of the GTD system is what David Allen calls the “bigger picture” review. A system that instructs you to […]

If you are bored with your life, whether it’s at home or at your job, you can do something about it. Even if you can’t eliminate the source of your boredom—or, in other words, the thing that is holding you back from having a fun and full life—you can still take action to change how […]

Leap Day is here! An extra day to finish what you started, start what you’ve been avoiding, and just have some extra fun. Here are 10 suggestions to help you make the most of your Leap Day. 1. Try something on your Someday/Maybe List You probably don’t have time to review this list and get […]

For those of us who struggle to relax “correctly,” planning out our down time might be a good solution. You’ll learn to give yourself the time and attention you need to reboot and refocus. Some might disagree with the idea of scheduling down time, but I believe that proper schedules can provide better down time—there […]

You’ve heard this a thousand times or more: if you get more sleep, you’ll be healthier and happier. The topic has been beaten into the ground it’s discussed so much. And yet, is your sleep schedule optimal? I bet you still struggle with maintaining a routine and a schedule, and you often wake up ill […]