By Paige DePaolis (The Huffington Post)
Just because it’s Halloween, doesn’t mean we should give into every temptation. Take a minute to read this article before you open up your next piece of candy. You might be surprised just how many calories you’re consuming.
What 200 Calories of Your Favorite Halloween Candy Looks Like
By Zach Dean (The Huffington Post)
As more and more people are buying and using smartphones, the need for some sort of guideline about how to interact and behave while using it becomes essential. Learn 10 tips for being more mindful while using your smartphone.
Smartphone Etiquette: 10 Tips for Mindful Use
By Chris Gaborit (FastCompany.com)
We all have the same amount of time in the day, but the way we manage that time can be the difference between being productive, and feeling overwhelmed. Learn 3 time management tips from the world’s busiest people to help you manage your time better.
Time Management Tricks From The World’s Busiest People
By Marshall Honorof (LiveScience.com)
Different exercises work for different people and it’s important to find the one that works best for you! Find out which one of these 10 fitness apps works best for your personality so you can achieve your personal fitness goals and get in shape.
10 Fitness Apps: Which Is Best for Your Personality?
By Michael Hyatt (michaelhyatt.com)
Art doesn’t have to be something reserved only for a museum. We can find art all around us and enjoy the many benefits it brings to our lives. Learn why you need more art in your life and 5 ways to find it.
Why You Need More Art in Your Life (and 5 Ways to Get It)
By Vanessa Voltolina (The Huffington Post)
Feeling stressed out, exhausted, and overwhelmed by a to-do list? Try these three easy tricks to stay organized that will help reduce stress and increase efficiency!
3 Easy Tricks To Get Organized And Reduce Stress
By Eli Epstein (Mashable.com)
Most employees dread meetings because oftentimes they’re inefficient and lead to more meetings. Learn how to cut down on the number of meetings each week and how to improve the ones that remain.
6 Steps to Fewer, Shorter and More Efficient Meetings