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benefits of sugar

3 Valid Reasons To Consume Sugar

Roy F. Baumeister, PhD, found “more or less by accident” that food increased the self-control performance of people regardless of their enjoyment of it. This established a connection between glucose and self-control, which he has now been studying for a few years. r

good health

5 Foods That Actually Make You Glow

We are what we eat, and that means that the foods we eat dictate our health. When people start to monitor their diet, they concern themselves with body fat and muscle building. But if you also spend some time focusing on the right foods to eat for healthy skin, then you can look younger and feel better. r

self confidence

How to Spark Your Life: 4 Valuable Steps

Changing our lives for the better takes hard work. The hard work feels cumbersome, and it takes some time. But, once we’re ready, we produce spark that can set everything ablaze in light. r


Can’t Keep Up? 4 Ways To End Exhaustion

This morning, I woke up at a record time — 7:30AM. Record early? No, record for being so late! Every morning, I wake up at 6AM, usually before my alarm even has a chance to sound. I wake up rested and … r


5 Essential Ways Everyone Should Hack Their Willpower

Willpower is like a battery — it has a finite limit of use for each day. The best way to have more willpower is to find some useful ways to hack it! r

exercise habit

The 4 Steps to Building an Exercise Habit

Committing to exercise is always a difficult thing. We throw ourselves at the task only to quit a few months later because we just don’t have the time for it. Over the years I’ve come to realize that exercise isn’t something we find time for, but rather it’s a behavior we need to build up so that it carves a space for itself in our daily routine. Just like how brushing our teeth is something we just do in the morning, exercise can be just something we do on a daily basis without having to think about it. So how can we make exercise as automatic as brushing our teeth? By approaching it with the intent to build a habit. r