To-do lists tend to get all the love when it comes to productivity, but there’s a darker side to them: Sometimes they can bring us down, especially if day after day we keep seeing a list of all the things we haven’t gotten done yet. It can feel demotivating to keep facing a never-ending list of “shoulds” and “have tos.” Enter the Done List, which can have a more positive effect.
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If you’re struggling with your new year’s resolution, try not to feel bad about it! Instead of giving up completely, consider turning to a different approach—one that will allow you to achieve some of what you want to achieve, but in a reasonable, realistic way. Read on for some different approaches to common resolutions.
Are you and your cat bored at home as you’re engaging in social distancing? There are plenty of fun and useful activities you can do while you’re stuck at home. These are just a few of our favorite ideas.
Enjoying the beautiful spring and summer weather with your pets can be a lot of fun – from adventures at the park to walks on the beach, and much more. But remember that the outdoor adventures can also bring potential risks to pets’ health and safety. Keep these tips in mind to make sure you and your pet enjoy a safe and happy spring and summer.
The coronavirus pandemic is stressful for many people for many different reasons. People are worried about the health of themselves and their loved ones, issues like job security, and are feeling isolated due to physically distancing from others and staying home more than usual. And in addition to these stressors, a new one has recently emerged: the pressure to do more.