Too often we are falling into a lifelong routine. It seems that we are pressured to follow a path to go through school, get through college, get a well paying job, work, have children, work some more, and then retired. What if we don’t follow this path? What if we dream of something a bit different?
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Health and Exercise are the new hot topics…as this should always be one of the main priorities in our day-to-day life. Do you know where to start? You are not alone; many of us do not know where to start exercising in our crazy lives. Let’s sit back and make a strategy for ourselves. Learn how to organize yourself, schedule your life out, and get started. If you’re tired of starting over, stop saying you’ll start tomorrow, start today.
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A friendly look at modern day mating rituals, and why people are so obsessed with them.
For many of us, education is something we’ve always known. We started in kindergarten, maybe preschool, and continued through college. We know a lot about life inside the classroom and little about life outside of it. But have we really ever thought about about our most basic motivations to become educated? People who are intrinsically motivated tend to receive the most value from their education because they are motivated to learn by internal factors like curiosity and seek rewards like satisfaction and knowledge, rather than money or status. Additionally, those who are intrinsically motivated tend to find and follow their passions, which will likely result in an extremely worthwhile career. Be completely honest with yourself when reflecting our your most basic motivation to receive an education; if it’s money, accept that, but try to also reflect on what might intrinsically motivate you. Discovering this could lead to a more enlightened and meaningful life.