Originally Published on psysci.co
It’s easy to become obsessed with the pursuit of seeking happiness, but the truth is we can all do a little something to feel a bit happier. Often ‘a bit’ happier is all it takes to feel significantly better, the journey to happiness is more of an accumulation of marginal gains rather than one big thing suddenly making us happier.
Some of these ways will be more useful to certain people than others and for that reason they are in no particular order.
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Originally Published on Huffington Post
Let’s face it: Reducing your home’s negative impact on the planet will likely require a huge amount of work.
But solar panels and temperature-regulating walls aren’t the only ways to help your household adopt more eco-friendly practices. There are a ton of easy — and fun — ways to conserve energy.
Luckily for us, UK-based magazine Good To Be Home has some clever ideas on other ways to do it.
Originally Written by Henrik Erdberg on Positivity Blog
I am the kind of person that prefers hot days rather than cold ones. I was born in México City, country closer to the the Equator and right in the middle of the country where temperatures are not as drastic as in the north so is really hard for me to bare the cold european winter. I found the Positivity blog a year ago and has helped me in many ways and this week a read the newest post and thought it would be a good idea to share Henrik’s tips for you if you don’t know him or his page:
In a dark, cold, rainy (sometimes) snowy winter, it is not easy to keep the energy and optimism up like in the bright and warm summer days. And spring is still far away.
Here are 5 simple habits that make it a lot easier to stay positive and keep the energy up even throughout this dark and often grey season.
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Found on NatureBox
Is stress bogging you down? Yeah, it happens to the best of us. Managing stress can feel easier said than done – but that doesn’t have to mean losing sleep over it. We’ve got five handy tips to help ease your anxiety. The short story?
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Onions offer an array of choices, from mild to pungent, tiny pearl onions to big Bermudas. Home gardeners get a choice in how they plant onions, too: sets, transplants, or seeds. Some gardeners employ all three methods, under the theory that you can’t have too many onions. Here’s how each one works.
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