Welcome to this week’s round-up, I hope you’ve had a fun and productive week. This week we look at how you can fall asleep anywhere, a spotify playlist to help you do CPR and why you should be getting drunk in your pants.
How To Deal With A Narcissist: The Only Method Guaranteed To Work – A Conscious Rethink
Over 6% of the US population have narcissistic tendencies and with narcissism being so prevalent in society, there is a good chance that you have encountered one or many in your life. Dealing with them can be challenging so in this article we look at what you can do to make your interactions with them less painful.
Having been treated for insomnia in the past, I know how frustrating it can be not being able to fall asleep – so how about being able to do it in two minutes – anywhere?
The Very Definition Of Overwhelm – Shawn Blanc
If you’re feeling overwhelmed then it can be easy just to give up. In this article Shawn Blanc has a nice take on the time management matrix to help you focus on the important issues and not feel so under pressure.
CPR can help increase the risk of survival in heart attack patients by a phenomenal amount but it needs to be done at the correct rate to be effective. Not sure how to do CPR? Then check out this handy guide and playlist.
Wearing A Tie Could Be Bad For Your Health, Warns Study – IFL Science
We’ve covered dressing for productivity quite a bit in the past, but it turns out a suit & tie could actually be damaging your health.
While kalsarikänni (or pantsdrunk) may be a bit of a mouthful, who am I to turn down a beer while sitting in my comfy pyjamas?
Google Autodraw Turns Your Rough Scribbles Into Beautiful Icons For Free – Digital Synopsis
If, like me, you have a great idea but can’t seem to translate it on paper then try the Google AutoDraw app – it could turn your scribbles into to what you pictured mentally!
7 Bullet Journal Myths Every Newbie Needs To Know – Little Miss Rose
You don’t need to be artistic or spend a fortune on equipment to be able to bullet journal. In this articles Little Miss Rose debunks some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding bullet journaling.
13 Tips To Manage Your Fearful And Obsessive Thoughts – The Daily Mind
There are times that we encounter fearful thoughts that can be difficult to manage. For some people, the more they try to get rid of the thoughts, the stronger the thoughts become and the more difficult they become to manage. Here is a list of techniques that you can use to help manage your fearful and negative thoughts.
I’m sure you’re all familiar with the standard Out-Of-Office auto reply but this Harvard Business Review article argues that we need to be a little more personal with them. I’m not sure though – I mean, do you want Ethel from accounts knowing your personal business?
These Ideas Can Help You To Run A More Efficient Home – Huffington Post
We should all be looking to reduce our carbon footprints in in order to help the environment (and cut bills) and this HuffPo article has some great tips to get you started. Meal planning is a big cost and time saver for me – you can download our handy meal planning sheet for free using the link below.
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How To Help Students Combat Negative Thoughts And Reach Success – Brain MD Health
Kids and young adults are faced with a host of challenges at school. Besides the pressure to perform academically, they are inundated with unhealthy stereotypes and bombarded with negative messages on social media. brainMD has some tips on helping youngster cope with the negatives that they come across in their every day lives.
Don’t stick to the usual questions when interviewing prospective candidates – you can uncover hidden talents with a simple change to a question.
Have A Great Weekend
Until next week, Stay Productive!