Something as simple as checking and responding to emails before and after work, or when we take a “day off” can have a real impact on our health. This study found employees reported worse sleep, higher levels of burnout and more health-related absences from work.
Over the last year, I have been intentionally working towards simplifying my life, spending time, energy and money on things that are truly important and matter. One of my absolute favorite blogs on this subject is Becoming Minimalist, and this is a really good article. Don’t Just De-Clutter, De-Own.
I’m glad to see some retailers are pushing back against the trend of the last couple years of more stores opening on Thanksgiving. I’m done buying crap I don’t need. Enjoy your Thanksgiving at home, not at the mall.
As I’ve mention in the past, Billy Joel is my all time favorite rock-n-roll artist. Billy recently completed a tribute to Sir Paul McCartney. Listen to Billy’s version of “Maybe I’m Amazed.”
You’ve probably heard that debt can be a “tool,” and that there is “smart debt.” Is that true? Read this article by Dave Ramsey: The Truth About Debt.
A research group at the University of Amsterdam partnered with the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester to devise a method that would definitively prove what were the catchiest songs of all time.