The saying "Rise and shine" doesn't apply to just anybody. Mornings can be the toughest time of the day for many people. The majority of us who are getting up early to head to corporate jobs are not getting the recommended eight hours of sleep each night, because in reality, we haven’t set up a great schedule at night that keeps our sleep cycle steady or helps us to start the day in a calm state of mind. Every morning, we long to hit that snooze button, roll over, and get just five more minutes of sleep. However, you can master the morning routine and make it less miserable if you use lifehacks that will save you time in the morning.
Negotiation is a daily process for every human being. You negotiate when you are picking the restaurant to eat with your partner. Or when you are trying to discuss a promotion with your boss. Sometimes it works well to your advantage. Other times, not so much, it can leave you swimming in depth of infuriating circles.
Are you aware Coca Cola was the very first coupon offered in 1887? The offer was a free sample!
Growing up in America, I spoke English at home my whole life. It's pretty normal in American culture to only know one language—English, even if your family speaks more than one. I often begged my mother to teach me her native language of Tagalog but I never ended up learning it. It felt odd to me that I only spoke one language and my cousins halfway across the world all spoke at least three. But then one day my world changed.
At some point in the majority of people’s lives, they have been in debt. Whether it is student loan debt for getting an education or falling into a credit trap, you are not alone. The average person in the UK has an average of £8,000 of debt.
Have you always wanted to be the type of person who can just hop out of bed, make a healthy breakfast, exercise and then crack on with the rest of the morning? It seems impossible doesn't it? Well it turns out that becoming a morning person isn't actually as difficult as it has to be.
It's embarrassing to admit, but I had a bed bug infestation. They ate my girlfriend up every night. We weren't even sure what they were until we did some investigating.
Picture a day when you are in the kitchen, running around without much time to pay attention to the food cooking on your stove. We have all been there. The day it happened to me was much the same.
In today’s economy it is getting harder and harder to save. Minimum wage goes up resulting in the cost of living to go up. We still strive as a society to the image of “keeping up with the Jones’” when in reality it is making people spend money they don’t have. Putting thousands of dollars on credit cards, refinancing their homes, and having to get multiple jobs to just keep up with bills. Most of the time ending with people losing their homes or filling bankruptcy. People try these programs such as ItWorks, Youngliving, Beachbody, etc. But what they don’t tell you is that most people who try to make that their income source can barely make extra side money. There is a very low percentage of people who actually come out on top from doing programs like those listed above.
If your life were a plate, it would be piling up to the point where you can't carry it at all! School assignments, work, your best friend's birthday is coming, and bills are due and so much more is coming... So how do you keep track of it all and stay sane? Well, let's get started and find out!
I quit my job February of 2016 to finish school. As I finished school, my fiancé took on the burden of our mortgage and bills ALL by himself. Not that he wasn't doing a great job, but I missed having money that felt like it was mine!
Better communication and interaction is an integral aspect of life, business, and family. And increasingly so, the ability to present with confidence and charisma. Today, the public speaking industry generates billions of dollars around the world, especially with the ever-increasing number of mediums for communication. More so now than ever individuals are expected to be able to present, and to present well. While these skills come easy to some, in the form of raw talent, the fact is that for others it can be acquired through practice. According to research, individuals who improve their communication ability through learning tend to outperform those who rely purely on their natural talent. Communication skills are crucial for those seeking to make a mark, and this can be showcased through various speaking platforms.