If you don't yet have a plan for 2018, you might be in trouble. Lucky for you, we've already made that plan for you. Above is our 30-day guide to starting off a healthy, wealthy, happy year. Each day is accompanied by a different task, along with a quick explanation, below, of why it's important.
The most productive, wealthy and highly efficient people devote at least 30 minutes a day to reading. If it works for them, it could work for you. You can make 2018 your best year yet. These are the books many people will read to get better, smarter, improve how they think...
We’d all like to have more money. (That stuff is really useful, ain’t it?) Being worried about makin’ the bacon can end your marriage, skyrocket your blood pressure, and even cause your brain to malfunction. From Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter:
Did you have a productive 2017? Don’t answer that. No matter how much you got done last year, or how efficiently you did it, you can probably give your work habits a tune-up for the year ahead. Maybe it’s a change to your morning routine or a different approach to your to-do list.
Happy New Year my friends! It’s that time of year when we start afresh, with a blank slate, and think about the possibilities that the new year holds for us. I love this time of year. It’s a beautiful thing to reflect on your past year, how you grew and what you learned, and then say...
If you’re working remotely, chances are you love your job. More than that, chances are you’re doing the very thing you set out to do. It’s a great life, but for many of us, there was something that got set aside along the way. Often, it’s the very thing that got us into our chosen fields.
Got any serious bad habits? The extra-strength ones with the FDA warning. The kind you really beat yourself up about — but still engage in all the time? Procrastination that screws up the quality of your work? Epic tidal waves of laziness?
Odds are, you are trying to break a bad habit or institute a good one right now. As a species, we are impressively committed to self-improvement, and most of us believe that habits are an effective means to that end.Habits -- actions performed with little conscious thought...
We all have at least one not-so-great behavior we’ve tried (and tried and tried) to kick: Sucking down super-sweet coffee drinks every morning. Cuddling up to Netflix until “yikes!” o’clock every night. Even if you’re not smoking a pack a day, these moves still take a toll on your health.
A recent Reddit thread asked, "What small habit, if done every day over the course of a year, can lead to the biggest personal improvement/gain?" Here are some of the best submissions: Try reading for a set amount of time each day.
Happy new year!
Until Next Week, Thomas, Curator at Postanly
Thanks for your attention. Have an epic weekend!
Thomas · 17 Saxon Rd · London · England · SE25 5EQ · United Kingdom