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Dreaming Well-Being

Today, Dr. Velvete talks about the health benefits of dreaming.. Studies show that dreaming is a key element to our well-being, but often taken for granted. 

Did you know that Dr. Velvete wrote a book on Dreams?

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Sitting or Standing,

Which is Better?

Do you have a job that requires a lot of sitting? There are huge benefits in standing at your desk and getting movement throughout the day.

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Could you be low in Magnesium?

Magnesium is an important mineral for our bodies to function properly. Most of us only think of magnesium when we get cramps, but there's so much more.

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Gratefulness is a mood booster

There's a lot being said about the benefits of being positive, but the act of being grateful has an even bigger impact on the body.

Today, Dr. Velvete brings light to the act of being grateful.

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How Top Performers Never Let a Second Go to Waste!


Want to know how Dr. Velvete accomplishes as much as she does?

Every person on the planet is allotted the same 1440 minutes each day; it’s how we choose to use them that makes all the difference. Unfortunately, efficient time management can sometimes be a challenge. To help you make the most of the time you’ve been given, check out these 14 simple yet effective time management tips.


1. Tackle the Most Important Tasks First

This is calling Eating That Frog! Start every day by tackling your largest, scariest task first. When you do that, everything else will be simple.

I outline a system for prioritizing tasks called the ABCDE Method. In this method, A tasks always come before B tasks and B tasks before C tasks. D tasks are delegated and E tasks are eliminated entirely. By sticking to this method, you can ensure that you are always tackling the most important things first and using your time as wisely as possible.


2. Make a To-Do List

To-do lists have a way of helping people organize their tasks. They also create a physical embodiment of the tasks’ existence, reminding you that they need to be done and providing you incentive to start checking items off. Be sure to ufse multiple lists to stay organized. I wrote an article about the 4 types of to-do lists to demonstrate the range of lists that can be useful for achieving all your goals.


3. Divide and Conquer

If you have a major task to get done, try to divide it up into a bunch of smaller tasks. This collection of smaller tasks will seem much less intimidating than the task seems when viewed as the whole.


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