I've been doing this exercise for a couple of weeks now and I highly recommend it. I'm not hitting the diet or sleep parts too hard, as those just aren't practical right now, but I have been keeping a daily journal with 10 things I'm grateful for and 10 i... To reclaim his wealth, he set his sights on the stock market. He read more than a hundred books on investing, and eventually wrangled a job writing for James Cramer's site, TheStreet, and later The Financial Times. Before long, his trademark hairdo, which... Humans have a well-defined internal clock that shapes our energy levels throughout the day: our circadian process, which is often referred to as a circadian rhythm because it tends to be very regular. If you've ever had jetlag, then you know how persisten... What morning routines help you start your day off right? The Pomodoro Technique is my favorite time management trick. It's easy to do and surprisingly effective. The hardest part for me is getting started, but once the timer's been going for about a minute, I'm usually good to go for at least two or three round... Hey lifestylers! I've been reading/hearing a lot about "bullet journals" lately. Anyone here have any experience with keeping one? Any tips? I'm sort of interested, but a little intimidated. Any advice/articles/thoughts greatly appreciated! This is probably obvious to anyone who's done this, but I still love when science backs up anecdote! @Rose made a comment that got me thinking about flow states, which reminded me of this wonderful TED talk. What tasks or experiences trigger flow for you? This made me think. I'm not sure what conclusion those thoughts have reached yet, but I'll get there.