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on Wednesday, 04 September 2013 12:38.

If you don’t check everything off your to-do list each day, you aren't alone. According to a recent survey, only 11 percent of professionals said they were able to complete all the items on their to-do list in an average workday. If you need some help staying focused, here’s a rundown of some important things productive people do to get it all done each day:

  • Write It Down – Believe it or not, you have a better chance of getting everything done if you write it down on paper, instead of entering it into your smartphone.
     
  • Add Structure – Flying by the seat of your pants might be fun, but structuring your day and blocking time off for single activities puts you on a fast track to success.
     
  • Prioritize Emergencies – Days are filled with distractions. There’s no getting away from it. To still get stuff done while being interrupted, it’s important to know that you don’t have to jump every time someone brings you a problem.
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  • Source and full article: Huffington Post

on Friday, 16 August 2013 11:21.

If you're starting college at the end of summer, you'll probably soon receive an email with the identity of your roommate. This randomly assigned person will be a huge factor in determining how much fun you'll have freshman year. There are potentially tens of thousands of guys it could be, but most freshmen are pretty similar, so here are some of the roommates you should be expecting...

1. The Shut-In

You may end up with a guy/girl who never seems to leave your dorm room. You know they go to class, yet somehow they are  always studying or playing video games in your tiny shared space. He'll likely grow up to be a lonely hoarder, which isn't your problem -- your problem is that bringing friends back to the room is impossible with him or her around.

2. In A Toxic Relationship

They're trying to make it work long-distance with a high school girlfriend, or maybe they even went to the same college for the sake of staying together. In the former scenario, you'll hear all of their fights over the phone; in the latter, you'll witness those fights in person, because she/he  (much like The Shut-In) won't ever leave your room. Either way, their relationship is obviously doomed, but it will take a whole year for them to figure it out.

on Friday, 16 August 2013 11:12.

Here is the source for this helpful :http://collegecandy.com/2013/08/14/relieve-stress/

Relieving stress (or downright avoiding it) while preparing to head back to school is key to actually having a good first week. If you go to school in a different city of state or if you don’t have your own apartment, back to school usually means packing and moving again. 

Stress can cause an array of problems on your body and mind, according to the Mayo Clinic it can even contribute to conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.Here are some helpful things to do to ease the stress of the new school year:

on Wednesday, 14 August 2013 11:04.

Source for this article: http://thestir.cafemom.com/love_sex/159628/6_signs_your_expectations_are

Sometimes dating is like stepping into a world of delusion. There are so many people out there with outsized expectations of what their "soul mate" should be. Of course, I'm not saying you should settle for just anything. I've seen too much of that too. But people are people -- they're not superheroes, cartoons, or characters from movies or fiction. Still, that doesn't stop some people for looking for perfection -- which, frankly, they will never find. Brandi Glanville seems to be hitting up against this nonsense, as she recently tweeted:

Here are six signs your expectations are too high.

1. You keep getting rejected. Unless you have a seriously antisocial personality or your pits reek, chances are that you should at least occasionally get pursued by a member of the opposite sex or have people willing to go on at least a first date with you. If it seems like you're getting turned down a lot, you're probably shooting outside your league. In plain English, if you're a 6, you're not going to get a 10. Stop trying. The problem is that most 6s think they're 10s.

2. Your list of dealbreakers is all superficial. Most people have dealbreakers and a list of qualities they want a partner to have. But if yours is more about "has to be over six feet tall," "has to have good abs," "has to have blue eyes," than "has to be a good person," "has to have never cheated," "has to care about people other than himself," you're focusing on the wrong things.

3. Short-term relationship history. If you're in your 30s or 40s and have never had a relationship last more than a couple of years, your expectations are definitely too high.

on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:32.

Finding a true friend is truly a rare thing. That's not to say that true friendship won't be difficult or have rough patches, of course! After all, we all make mistakes, have hard times, and sometimes we do stupid, thoughtless things. But if those things dominate your friendship and leave you feeling exhausted, emotionally depleted, and depressed, instead of happy, refreshed, and validated, it's a good bet that it's time to move on up. In honor of Friendship Day, here are 7 toxic friends you should kick to the curb.

Debbie Downer 
Some people have really hard lives. It's true. And often they need a lot of support and help. But when every single cloud in the sky becomes a reason to complain about rainstorms that haven't even happened, it can be too much for any friend to deal with. All that negativity can be soul-sucking, and we kind of need our souls to be in top-notch condition. So if you notice that you're hanging around someone who can't seem to shine a ray of light on anything, ever, it might be time to hand them some rose-colored glasses and move on.

The Competitor 
Good friends inspire you to be better. Good friends teach you ways to be better. Good friends are happy for you when you do better. They appreciate your success and cheer you on as you try to become your best self. They don't feel threatened when good things come your way. And if you've inspired them to make a positive change in their life, they let you know what a good influence you've been on them. But if your "friend" has to one-up you every time you share some good news, or she sees your every accomplishment as a challenge, she may actually be a frenemy in disguise.

Backstabber 
This friend is extremely nice - at least to your face. She's probably really fun to be around, and seems to have a good time with you, too. In fact, you really enjoy spending time with her. So it is especially confusing and hurtful when you hear - from others - that she thinks you're kind of a slob and that your kids are personality-less blobs. Give her a chance to explain herself, but don't be too shy about giving yourself plenty of distance from her in the future.

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