Did you know that the right music can actually improve your focus and productivity at work? Using research on music and the brain, we’ve come up with three steps for creating a playlist that helps get the job done.
When you’re going through a break-up, dealing with a tragedy, or having a personal crisis, making everything better can feel impossible. So, this writer suggests a different approach: Just focus on the next little thing you need to do.
If you got passed over for a promotion or made a big mistake at work, it can be easy to get down on yourself. Stop! With a few mental tricks, you can use the failure to propel you to something even greater.
Maybe the winter weather’s got you down, or maybe you’re just coming up on your afternoon slump. Either way, put down the energy drink and the vitamin supplements and try these power foods—proven to boost your mood—instead.
You sit at your desk at least 40 hours a week, so shouldn’t it be a place that inspires you? Try these three simple shifts that can have a big impact on your mood and productivity.
If you’re feeling sad or lonely this holiday season, take some comfort in the knowledge that you’re in good company. Then, consider the following salves to soothe your December melancholy.
While most articles and books on de-cluttering focus on physical “stuff,” our digital clutter can be just as stress-inducing. Read on for three key ways to get started cleaning up your inbox, desktop, and digital files.