Decide that you're going to keep working at it until your reach your goal. The word "de-cide" literally means "to cut away from". Think of the other strong commitments you've made in your life. There's no turning back, you stick to it consistently and keep moving forward, no matter what.
Sunday, June 21, is Father’s Day in the United States and Canada.
If you’re looking for a thoughtful gift for a father in your life, may I suggest my new (bestselling) book, Better Than Before? It’s all about how we can master our habits.
I’ve heard from a lot of people who are giving the book as a gift.
Our eating habits and food choices are shaped by far more than just hunger, which is why for most of us, choosing a salad over a slice of pizza requires some serious willpower.
Over the past decade, researchers from the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab have made some fascinating discoveries about how our environment and perceptions of food affect not only what but also how much we eat.
Materials: Old model of LACK TV furniture and metal guides of IKEA panel curtains
Adding elements to an old IKEA furniture I created a piece of furniture inspired by Scandinavian vintage sideboard of the mid century.
Remove the wheels from the original model.
Add a side panel of 2.1 cm thick to match the overhang part on top.
I could not find a panel this thick, so I joined a white me
Note! Mercury is retrograde. (Google it.) So while we planned to launch both android and Mac app versions today, the dieties of IT had other plans. We are rolling with it. This means that, for once, android users go to the front of the line. Sweet justice for some of y’all. Please read on xo
I know. #Truthbombs would make a great app. Easy breezy on your phone. Where dat app at? Finally!
Every Wednesday, we highlight a unitasker on Unclutterer. These humorous posts point out a product that does a single thing, and for the majority of people has little utility. Today’s post is about the opposite, a multitasker with high utility: the five-gallon plastic bucket.
I have dozens of these, and I’d gladly take a few more.
We all know that wine tastes great — well, most of it does. But what is it within the wine that enables us to enjoy it? Just like the food we eat, wine comes in a vast array of flavors and styles. What makes each wine unique is the combination of sugars, acid, aroma compounds, tannin, and alcohol. These components, in differing combinations, give each wine its unique character.
Happy Memorial Day to all in the U.S., and happy Monday to everyone else.
Today I made a small donation to a cause that inspired me. It wasn’t really because of the holiday, it didn’t cost me much, and I won’t miss the money. Yet, I still felt good after I pushed the button that finalized the commitment.
Notice how selfish this sounds: It felt good to give!
Every day for six weeks, we’re teaching people how to “Make Their Dream Trip a Reality.” You can watch each lesson for free on the day it’s broadcast, or you can purchase the whole course and have access anytime.
This was our fourth week (whoa!) with the in-studio audience and the thousands of people who participated online.
Editor’s note: The ancient Greeks held a public funeral each year to honor all those who had fallen in war. After the first year of the Peloponnesian War, Pericles was chosen to give the annual funeral oration.
Manage Your Day-to-Day: A new productivity book from 99U featuring advice from UncluttererErin is one of 20 contributors to Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus and Sharpen Your Creative Mind, the first book in a three-part series exploring creative productivity, time management, individually tailored processes, and great design.
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