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Tips for Getting Over Your Exercise Frustrations

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 23, 2015  /     Health Inspiration  /     2 Comments

Having a worthwhile workout at the gym requires good physical and mental health. However, you can easily start feeling down if you’ve hit a plateau in your progress. Maybe you’re fed up that you can’t lift as many pounds you would like, or you’re struggling to make the scale show the number you want. These […]

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Should You Give Up Hobbies for Better Productivity at Work?

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 17, 2015  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

A workplace that inspires passion and drive often houses employees who are genuinely connected to their work. This helps to create a phenomenal work output. However, mental fatigue is certainly a downside of being consumed by work even while at home. A perpetual yearning to perform one’s job productively can cut into time for small […]

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7 Ways to Recover When You’re Mentally Exhausted

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 15, 2015  /     Productivity Hacks  /     2 Comments

Anyone who’s ever undertaken a huge project, such as completing their finals or taking on an important client project at work, will tell you that it can be mentally exhausting. Once the task is complete, it can feel as if you’re totally emotionally drained, with no energy left to interact with others or even do […]

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Best Kinds of Workouts for Your Personality Type

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 10, 2015  /     Health Inspiration  /     0 Comment

Are you tired of paying for a gym membership that only sounded like a good idea when you signed up? Do you have a garage full of exercise and sports equipment that never gets used? Do you sign up for workout classes but drop out after the first couple of sessions because it’s “not my […]

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Times When It’s Okay To Not Be Independent

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 07, 2015  /     Cultural Productivity  /     0 Comment

We recently celebrated Independence Day here in the U.S., and that got me thinking, is it always best to be independent? In terms of this holiday and American History, it seems to have worked out for us. But what about on the individual level? Do you pride yourself on being described as fiercely independent or […]

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Should You Have an Ultimate Goal in Life?

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 02, 2015  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

When people ask “What is your goal in life?” what they really mean is “What is your ultimate goal?” What is that one thing your life revolves around? What is that thing you’ll do anything to achieve, come hell or high water? Some people have an easy answer. Billionaire Warren Buffett, for example, once said: […]

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