Learning new things is a fantastic way to continuously challenge yourself. Besides that learning is fun, it highly contributes to your personal development and it always gives you something interesting to talk about with others. On top of that, a couple of hours of brain gymnastics every week keeps you young.
Nowadays it’s becoming harder and harder to take a break. We constantly receive messages on our phones and internet and are online 24/7. Add long working hours and demanding social lives on top of that and before you know it, a lot of time has passed and you’ve just been running along in the threadmill,
Do you read as much as you’d like? For the past couple of years I make a resolution during New Year’s to read more books and every year I’ve failed. Except for this year. I’ve already doubled the amount of books I’ve read this year compared to last and and the year’s not even half
I have a confession to make. I am not organised. Really, I’m not. At work, I’ve got everything under control. I know exactly where everything is and I work very structured. At home, it’s a different story. People can’t really stop by without a notice upfront because my apartment is a mess. I always forget
I used to be a night owl. I would get a bunch of new energy after 9 o’clock at night and I would study, work, do laundry, clean my apartment and go to bed around 1. Getting up at 7 the next morning hurt. Badly. I would snooze for at least half an hour before
When it comes to productivity, it doesn’t matter what you do or where you work. We always want to be more productive and get more out of a day than we do. Because let’s be honest: that accomplished feeling after a productive day feels really nice. What productivity means You can define productivity as reaching
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Have you ever looked at people with envy, because they seem to get along with everyone they meet? Those people are probably very much aware of the importance of good relationships for success in business. At work, you simply can’t afford to be picky about the people you build relationships