14 Morning Rituals (That Seem A Little Out There) But Will Totally Change Your Life

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Take Epsom salt baths. Okay, so maybe you’re a little too hurried to bathe leisurely in the morning, but that’s only because you’ve structured your schedule that way. Get to bed earlier and wake up so your morning isn’t a miserable trek through stress-inducing tasks. Epsom salts (especially the eucalyptus ones) remove toxins and ease muscle…

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TheWestJet Way: How to Win Christmas, the Internet, and Advertising in 3 Simple Steps.

I love this! We spend so much time bombarded by advertising, it’s refreshing to encounter a company making me feel emotional and hopeful with their marketing effort. Advertising really is a powerful way of communicating and it’s great to see more and more businesses exploring ways to make their marketing effort win-win by boosting sales, brand recognition and identity, while bringing […]

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“Happiness is love. Full stop.” 268 men, 75 years, and Harvard University can’t be wrong!

“Happiness is love. Full stop.” That’s the “the straightforward five-word conclusion” of the “seventy-five years and twenty million dollar” recently published about the Harvard Grant Study Triumphs of Experience by George Vaillant The study has followed 268 men since 1938 with the goal of “determin[ing] as best as possible what factors contribute most strongly to human flourishing.” The conclusion is […]

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How to be a role model: Hilary Clinton responds to a question about abortion

Does reproductive health includes access to abortion?  And, does good family planning lower abortion rates? Hilary Clinton not only thinks so, but supports her assertions with evidence.  She faces opposition with diplomacy, dignity, and power. It’s hard to argue with someone like that. I get the feeling she doesn’t waste effort or energy, that she’s given up taking things personally […]

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