The Morning Kickstart

1. They communicate. Communicating is a form of bonding. Having a real conversation at least once a day is enough to wipe away any form of misunderstanding. If you are bothered about something or have an objection to something your partner is doing, talk. Tell that to your companion, strike up a conversation. Please do […]

1. Am I Living Up To My Full Potential? As a 20-something it’s easy to reach certain milestones in life, and slowly begin to plateau. The personal growth incurred by challenging your capabilities, can help you reach the best version of yourself that you have ever experienced. 2. Do I Compare Myself To Others Too Often? […]

1. Don’t abandon us. Yes, we know you had to leave the country for your job. Call us more often on the phone or via Skype. You will remember how we were always there for you when you needed us. Don’t let us become another statistic in that which says that half of the over […]

1. Spending to make themselves feel happy Many young adults who spend too much money do so because it temporarily helps them to feel good, but mixing money and feelings can be dangerous. Avoid going shopping if you’re having a bad day – the temporary fix from emotional spending will pass quickly, but actually saving […]

1. Your Mouth is Dry This seems pretty obvious, but the ramifications might not be so. Of course, any time you feel that sticky, nasty feeling in your mouth, you’d obviously reach for some sort of liquid. But sugary drinks are only a temporary solution to a larger problem. Drinking water lubricates the mucus membranes […]

1. Put your savings on auto-pilot You can automate just about everything; and you should. It takes a lot of weight off your shoulders and frees up your time. Saving is easy to automate with online banking – simply set up an automatic transfer from your checking to your savings each month… Or try Digit! […]

You don’t have a savings account for emergencies You keep putting off paying off your credit card debt You go grocery shopping when you’re hungry You enjoy frequent shopping for retail therapy You don’t maintain an allowance for fun spending You don’t define the difference between want vs. need You never read fine print You’re […]

1. You decide to have children, but you are financially unstable If you plan on raising kids properly, you need to have financial stability, and enough time on your hands to do it properly. Without a stable financial state, you may be setting a bad role model for them. After all, the apple does not […]

1.Start early To get the best out of your mornings, it is best to start early. This means making the most of your previous evening and going to bed early. Resting well offers you more energy, productivity and clarity. You are also less stressed and less irritable. 2. Know and practice what triggers your most […]

1. You use less energy filtering your words and actions, and expend more energy on creating relationships If interacting with others is like driving a car, then filtering your words and actions is like putting speed bumps all over your highway of interaction. The more speed bumps you have, the slower you have to go […]

They review their day Steve Jobs was a strong proponent of living life to the fullest every day. He wonderfully explained this concept when he said: “Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.” All successful and […]

Their progress in life People can be narcissistic in nature and they could want to involve you or make you envious of their achievement. Truthfully beyond congratulating them you have nothing else to be bothered about regarding the success of others. Focus on you. When the world will end A certain doomsday continues to loom […]