Have you ever spent more money than you actually had?
Do you ever buy something, even though deep down you really can’t afford it?
We hear a lot about detoxes these days – to help you lose weight, have more energy, think more clearly.
There is another type of detox you might want to try that does not require drinking some scary looking green drink: A detox from social media.
In the olden days, parents might take pictures of their kids’ first day of school only to shove it into a photo album for the family to look at over the years.
Today, these pictures are often posted on social media sites for the world to see.
Is it really possible to stick with an exercise program forever, or at least for a long, long time?
It sure is- and I am living proof.
When I was younger, I used to joke that exercise was against my religion. The mere thought of going for a run brought up such dread and emotional discomfort that I would avoid it at all costs.
Are you one of those people who drags themselves out of bed on Monday dreading the day but hops out of bed on Friday because you are excited for the day (or evening)?
What if Monday could feel as good as a Friday?
Well, maybe it can.
As if we don’t have enough uncertainty in life, a recent study adds more.
Researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that only about half of friendships are authentic, where both parties view the relationship as a friendship.