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Happiness Project

By Gretchen Rubin

How To Find Inspiration After A Big Failure

I am sure that you have heard the saying that if you have never failed at anything, then you never tried anything. This saying is quite true. Ask the big captains of industry and the inventors of things that changed the face of humanity, and they will tell you how they kept moving from failure to failure.

Organized wardrobe for men in their 40s

Order a copy today of ​Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter​ by Unclutterer's Editor-in-Chief Erin Rooney Doland. As 2017 begins I find myself closer to 50 than 40, and that means change. I pay closer attention to my diet, my children are becoming teenagers and words like “investments” have entered my vocabulary.

Bamboo Tablet + Laptop holder

IKEA items used: Rimforsa Knife holder I saw these nice Bamboo tablet/smartphone/laptop stands on Amazon. But they were relatively expensive and more geared towards small tablets and smartphones. But I wanted to put two Laptops and an 12.9” iPad in there. When I found this knife holder at IKEA in the used section for 6€ I took it home for some tinkering. Photo: IKEA.com 1.

How to Get Started With Using SmartArt in PowerPoint

Building a presentation is a time-limited exercise. I usually find myself rushing to polish up presentation slides before sending them off for review or updating content at the last moment.The last thing I have time for is drawing my own illustrations in a slideshow.

I saw a Muslim man roll out his prayer carpet…

I saw a Muslim man roll out his prayer carpet in Union Square park to prostrate to his god. People, dogs, pigeons, were passing by his intimacy. “I wish I had that kind of pride in my faith,” I thought. I don’t carry a prayer rug with me anywhere. I left my religion, gave away so many keepsakes and boiled down my vows so that I’m the only one who knows who I really am. But I to

5 Reasons Why I Fell in Love with Swift

Swift, as many of you would know, is the programming language for iOS developed by Apple after Objective-C. Swift was launched approximately two years back and it was an instant hit among the iPhone app development services. With a few new releases and version updates, Swift has been able to swiftly and effortlessly replace its predecessor—the Objective-C.

3 Tips to Build Perfect Relationship with your Spouse

Falling deep in love is a feeling similar to soaring with eagles. However, an unhealthy relationship can bring you straight to the ground. Initially, two people love each other deeply and they are so much in love that the entire world glows and glimmers.

Mr. Money Mustache — Living Beautifully on $25-27K Per Year

Photo credit: Mrs. Money Mustache “You’re not supposed to optimize for money; you’re supposed to optimize for happiness.” – Mr. Money Mustache (aka Pete Adeney) Mr. Money Mustache (@mrmoneymustache — Pete Adeney in real life) grew up in Canada in a family of mostly eccentric musicians.

COMO FAZER SORVETE NA PEDRA/CHAPA FRIA (COLD STONE)

Sabe aquele sorvete super legal feito em cima de uma pedra fria!? A gente vê geralmente em vídeos gringos, o método também é chamado de ‘cold stone’… No vídeo de hoje, te ensino um jeito de fazer a chapa congelada em casa! O post COMO FAZER SORVETE NA PEDRA/CHAPA FRIA (COLD STONE) apareceu primeiro em Blog do Bom Gosto.

Why the Secret of a Happy, Successful Marriage Is Treating It Like a Bank Account

In the first few years of a relationship, you and your beloved’s brains are bathed with a heady cocktail of chemicals that make you feel positively high for each other. And you can’t imagine ever feeling differently. Those middle-aged couples who sit silently staring at each other at restaurants? That will never be you two. Those friends you know going through an acrimonious divorce?

What I Learned From Reading 1,000 Resumes

If you’re working right now, it’s safe to say that you had to send out a resume in order to get hired. Even if you didn’t, there could come that time in the future where you may have to. In order to do that, you need to know how to write a good resume. To let you know a bit about myself, I worked in human resources for a pretty large company for close to 10 years.

Is good enough the real enemy of good?

Order a copy today of ​Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter​ by Unclutterer's Editor-in-Chief Erin Rooney Doland. When it comes to productivity, you’ll often see people quote the aphorism often attributed to Voltaire: “Perfect is the enemy of good.” If we worry about being perfect, we won’t get anything done because perfection is impossible to achieve and we will never move o

A Little Happier: “Yes” Comes Right Away; “No” Never Comes.

For years, I’ve been calling my sister Elizabeth “my sister the sage,” and I often quote her wise words — on my blog, in my books, and in the podcast we host together. She often says, “Oh, I’m not such a sage” — but really, she is. She says such wise, memorable things.

A Loving Guide to Going Vegan

By Leo Babauta A loved one has decided to go vegetarian and has struggled in a couple areas, so I thought I’d write this guide for her. I’m writing it for those who want to go vegan, because that’s what I am, but the ideas apply to those going vegetarian as well. This is for those who are considering it, or who are just getting started and have questions or struggles. Let’s

West Elm-Inspired IKEA AROD lamp hack

IKEA product: AROD floor lamp I’ve had a trusty AROD IKEA floor lamp for quite a few years, and while it does its job, the plain grey finish just didn’t fit the modern-rustic style of my latest living room refresh. What I really longed for was the West Elm Industrial Task Floor lamp – it has such a modern yet timeless appeal.