The Power of Perspective
The Power of Perspective

As we reach the one-year mark since the onset of the Covid pandemic, it has caused me to reflect on how life has changed during the last 12 months. I’ll be the first to admit that when we went into lockdown, I was a mess. I went right into full fear mode: imagining...

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Have a Snack
Have a Snack

I recently came upon an intriguing piece in Social Psych Online about the power of short, social interactions to boost our mood and outlook on life. The article was about how a group of commuters were asked to have a conversation with a new person on their train, with...

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Treat Yourself to some PEP this Weekend
Treat Yourself to some PEP this Weekend

While your busy searching for that perfect little something for the Valentines in your life, why not find a way to give yourself a little treat as well? Experts at the productivity firm Julie Morgenstern Enterprises say a good way to find happiness and balance in our...

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Build on Success
Build on Success

In my blog post, I referenced James Clear’s theory on effective habits and how they can help us achieve our New Year’s resolutions. He says that once we establish effective habits, we can build on them by stacking other effective habits on top of them. Consider the...

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Give the Gift of Gratitude
Give the Gift of Gratitude

Let’s face it, every year we struggle to find the perfect gift for that person who has “everything.”  Use the holidays as a way to share your abundance of gratitude with others. Simply write down on paper what the recipient means to you; the joy they bring to your...

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Take a Load Off
Take a Load Off

In my blog post, I talked about cognitive labor, all that “behind the scenes” thinking, we do to be sure we accomplish everything on our to-do lists. To help lessen the exhaustion that cognitive labor creates, psychologist Jelena Kecmanovic, Ph.D., recommends...

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