Yes, you’ll need to
use your headphones, but jamming out to Katy Perry for three minutes and 30
seconds will probably leave you feeling more energized than deleting marketing
emails for a similar quantity of time.
Want to read more?
You don’t need free hours to make it happen.DailyLit.comsends bite sized
chunks of classics to your inbox, but you can also just keep a regular book in
your desk drawer and read it, one page at a time. Books of poetry are good for
this. You’re in and out (unless it’sThe Wasteland).
Keep some note cards
and stationery around and write a note to someone whose birthday is coming up,
or a friend or colleague who did something intriguing. There’s no need to write
more than three or four sentences, and you can definitely do that in five
minutes. A random thank you note to someone who isn’t expecting one could
actually make someone’s day.
Do some push-ups or
sit-ups if you’re not self-conscious (or you’ve got a door). But even if the
whole office is staring at you, you can suck in your stomach or absentmindedly
do a bicep curl with a paper weight.
We’re pretty good
about setting work priorities, but personal ones tend to get short shrift. In
five minutes, you could decide that next week you’ll go to the library, watch a
favorite movie with your kids, and make your famous banana bread recipe on the
weekend. Don’t go overboard--you don’t want to stress yourself out--but
planning in a few fun anchor events gives you something to look forward to.
Not someone buried
in work at his desk, trying to ignore the world, but someone wandering around
the halls, grabbing coffee. Who knows, maybe you know this person by his email
address, but have never actually met him in person! Nurturing social ties is incredibly
productive--and key to human happiness.
If you’re like me,
they go back a ways, and can trigger all kinds of happy memories. Indeed, this
post took much longer than expected to write because I just scrolled back to
some August shots of my kids playing at the beach.
Bring crayons from
home, or take some from a restaurant’s kid meal stash, and create your own
coloring book. It’s a quick way to zone out and decompress, even if you don’t
put your masterpiece on the fridge. If you have a more elaborate array of
office supplies, you can try making a collage with pictures from magazines and
some rubber cement. If anyone asks, you can call it your vision board.
Fun fact: A recent
survey from the BlueJeans Network (a video conferencing service) found that 6%
of people admit to having fallen asleep while on a conference call. While
that’s not recommended, a tiny cat nap could be just the jolt you need to get
through the rest of the day.
Please add your favorite ways to use
bits of time for bits of joy in the comments.
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“The saddest summary of life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have.” ~ Unknown
We all have something stored in our memory banks of the past that we
wish we could have done differently, or something we wish we didn’t do.
As we get older we learn and grow. But that doesn’t mean we have to
regret what we did before we learned how to do things differently. If we
didn’t go through those experiences we might not have grown into the
strong and knowledgeable people we are today.
So what we are proposing is that we get rid of the negative thoughts—the
could have’s, might have’s, and should have’s—and start living a life
that won’t make us feel regretful. Not even at an older, wiser age.
Here is a list of 40 things you can do to practice living life with no regrets:
1.Realize that it’s okay to make mistakes. Just make sure to learn from your past mistakes, forgive yourself and move on.
2. Make your health and wellness a top priority and always take care of yourself so you’re ready to take care of others.
3.Follow your own path—not one that others want you to follow.
4.Find the humor in life and laugh like there is no tomorrow.
5. Relax and move with the flow of life by being unafraid of change.
6. Be adventurous by trying new things and taking more risks.
7.Have more intellectual curiosity and embrace creativity.
8. Try to find happiness with as many different people as you can.
9. Think for yourself instead of letting other people’s opinions influence you too much.
10. Try not to judge people before you get to know them.
11.Be thankful for what you have now instead of thinking about what you don’t have.
12. Wish well upon everyone equally and try to admire without envy.
13. Share your happiness with others instead of hoarding it all for yourself.
14. Don’t try to change someone—love who they are now.
15. Enjoy the journey, not just the destination.
16. Know that happiness is bigger than any bank account.
17. Control negative thoughts so that they don’t contribute to the outcome of your life.
18. Use your energy wisely because spending energy complaining, worrying or being impatient is just
19.Be bold. Find the courage to change things that should be changed and accept that there are some things that cannot be changed.
20.Love your work. If you don’t currently love what you do, figure out what you would love, and take the first step toward that life.
21. Turn your discontent into a mystery and enjoy trying to solve it.
22. Face problems from different angles in order to find solutions.
23.Gain independence by realizing that on this earth we are all dependent upon each other.
24.Change your perspective by taking on a wider view of things.
25. Don’t waste time trying to bring disagreeable people around to liking you.
26.Become the person you would like to spend the rest of your life with.
27.Be honest with yourself and others by saying what you mean and meaning what you say.
28. Treat people with respect and compassion.
29.Live in the now by loving the present and being aware of your thoughts and actions. Think happy
thoughts and speak powerful words.
30. Try not to put things off until later.
31. Never hold grudges.
32.Face your fears head on and try to do the things that you think you cannot do.
33.Spend time with people who make you happy while also not depending on other people for your own happiness.
34.Stand up for yourself and others and don’t let anyone or anything hold you back.
35.Be yourself and love who you are now.
36. Be a participant in life rather than an observer.
37. Do the things that you love to do as much as you can.
38.Write out a list of goals and achieve them by doing them step by step. Don’t give up when things get difficult.
39.Do something every day that makes you feel proud of yourself—commit random acts of kindness whenever you get the chance.
40.And always keep on moving forward.
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Employees are not only working from home, they are also ‘homing
from work’, with 93 per cent of workers taking care of personal errands and
family needs during office hours, a study found.
Nearly half of those surveyed
left their office during the day to take care of personal errands, including
going to the bank, picking up a gift, shipping a package, getting a manicure or
pedicure and picking or dropping off dry cleaning, the study by digital media
firm Captivate Network revealed.
per cent employees use their work computers for personal online activities,
including banking and insurance needs, scheduling vacations and even searching
for a new job. The study was based on surveys of 4,000 white-collar workers
across North America, BusinessNews Daily said.
In the last two years, employees
in the US running errands during the day has increased by 31 per cent, the
Think when you have your personal assistant who can run your
errands - what is the need for you to run errands during work.
Work life balance is not about the amount
of time you spend working vs. not working, it’s more about how you spend your
time working and relaxing recognizing that what you do in once fuels your
energy for others – Julie Morgenstern,Productivity Guru
A good % of your valuable time
is spend on getting your routine house hold work done, which you can enjoy with
your loved ones. GigBee intends to help out busy people to assist them for
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electricity bill payment, getting vegetables & groceries, ironing &
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Whether it was learning how to ride a bicycle or cracking that almost impossible trigonometry problem, or even being taught how to swim by being thrown into the deep end! we have a lot to thank our father for. Not only for the skills he taught us and the confidence he built in us, but also for all those unspoken values he helped us, just by being himself. With Father’s Day round the corner, we couldn’t help but grab this opportunity to remember our father, how our father has been an inspiration to us– in life and as a parent.
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Effective time management is a primary means to a less stressful life.
These practices can help you reduce your stress and reclaim your personal life.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed by the number and complexity of projects
that need to be completed at work each day? As the day flies by, do you often
feel as if you haven't paid enough attention to each task because other tasks
keep landing on your desk, co-workers interrupt you with questions or you can't
get it all organized?
You probably know that managing your time effectively will help you get more
done each day. But it has important health benefits, too. By managing your time
more wisely, you can minimize stress and improve your quality of life.
But how do you get back on track when organizational skills don't come
naturally? To get started, choose one of these strategies, try it for two to
four weeks and see if it helps. If it does, consider adding another one. If
not, try a different one.
Plan each day. Planning your day can help you
accomplish more and feel more in control of your life. Write a to-do list,
putting the most important tasks at the top. Keep a schedule of your daily
activities to minimize conflicts and last-minute rushes.
Prioritize your tasks. Time-consuming but
relatively unimportant tasks can consume a lot of your day. Prioritizing tasks
will ensure that you spend your time and energy on those that are truly
important to you.
Say no to nonessential tasks. Consider your
goals and schedule before agreeing to take on additional work.
Delegate. Take a look at your to-do list and
consider what you can pass on to someone else.
Take the time you need to do a quality job.
Doing work right the first time may take more time upfront, but errors
usually result in time spent making corrections, which takes more time
Break large, time-consuming tasks into smaller tasks.
Work on them a few minutes at a time until you get them all done.
Practice the 10-minute rule. Work on a dreaded
task for 10 minutes each day. Once you get started, you may find you can
Evaluate how you're spending your time. Keep a
diary of everything you do for three days to determine how you're spending
your time. Look for time that can be used more wisely. For example, could
you take a bus or train to work and use the commute to catch up on
reading? If so, you could free up some time to exercise or spend with
family or friends.
Limit distractions. Block out time on your
calendar for big projects. During that time, close your door and turn off
your phone, pager and email.
Get plenty of sleep, eat a healthy diet and exercise
regularly. A healthy lifestyle can improve your focus and
concentration, which will help improve your efficiency so that you can
complete your work in less time.
Take a break when needed. Too much stress can
derail your attempts at getting organized. When you need a break, take
one. Take a walk. Do some quick stretches at your workstation. Take a day
of vacation to rest and re-energize.