Essential Ingredients Every Master Procrastinator Knows

Tim Urban knows that procrastination doesn't make sense, but he's never been able to shake his habit of waiting until the last minute to get things done. In this hilarious and insightful talk, Urban takes us on a journey through YouTube binges, Wikipedia rabbit holes and bouts of staring out the window and encourages us to think harder about what we're really procrastinating on, before we run out of time.

As usually, TED delivers outstanding 15 minutes video of Tim Urban, the guy how perfected the art of procrastination. Why do you procrastinate? In fact, it is not you, it is instant gratification monkey that do it for you. Monkey see, monkey have. We do it all the time in our lives. We postpone and delay what needs to be done NOW. And later find ourselves with more stress and less achievements.

There is very easy and simple way to break such vicious cycle is to set deadline for our tasks. That way you get reminded to stop feeding your inner monkey. Continue reading How to stay sharp and youthful when you age.

Why Are Children So Obsessed With Pants

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My family and I were taking a trip to New York for vacation. Before we went on the trip, many of my friend told me that they went to The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester and they really enjoyed the experience, so my wife and I decided to see for ourselves. We definitely made the right decision because my entire family had the time of their lives. When it was time to leave, no one wanted to go, because they were having so much fun! But that wasn’t the best part. Some of my friends also mentioned that the museum also had a special service for children who have accidents at their stay.

People donate their old pants to the museum for parents that forgot to pack an extra pair. This incident actually happened to us. My four year old is toilet trained but he sometimes still has accidents. This was actually the case when we were at the museum. Not long after we arrived we smelled something and we knew exactly what it was. My little son was having too much fun to bother asking for the bathroom! We had no idea what to do when suddenly, it hit me. The service saved the day! We went to the front desk were they quickly brought us out a pair of pants for my desperate son. We happily went home with a fresh pair of pants. I am sure we are not the only parents that are delighted by this amazing service that save many desperate parents. Thank you so much for this amazing addition to your museum that save so many helpless parents from going home from the museum early only because their child had an accident.

These pants were piece of art, something between winter snow pants and sport runs with ripped strip on side. I thought for my self 1st thing I'll do when i back home I'll through them in garbage. Home i suggest to my son to change the pants to his regular pants and i putted them on couch, I was little bit surpassed why he didn't ask me first. After few minutes I saw them on same place and sweetly calmness while he was playing. Next day and after next day during few good months every single day after school, he run to his closet to change his perfect pants to those synthetic ripped snow pants.

Definitely those pants had kind of magic. Why he was preferred them. And then I understood, when he got this pants, in his eyes it wasn't just peace of rug from Kids Museum that gave him janitor, but rather special present from Big Big Famous Royal Castle. From his prospective it was sign of love, care and value. I learned lesson for myself that you can't buy love and respect for kids via money no matter how much you will spend. Only trough true censorial love and care. But what you can buy is more time in your life when Cleaning Ladies And Maids do the cleaning job for you, so you can spend that time more productively. Continue reading How To Stay Sharp And Youthful When You Age.

How to stay sharp and youthful when you age

How maid service can help you to be the one you always wanted to be

I came across eye opening audio book Staying Sharp. Started listening couple days ago, still can't stop. Forget about brain aging and all you were told: like it is normal with age to forget things, be less adaptive, be more irritable, not to mention depression, Alzheimer disease. This book totally rewind your mind how you see and care about yourself. It stars with health fundamentals like exercise even just walking, diet, and sleep, and progress to really give your tools to make yourself what you always wanted to be and stay that way all your life.

The books is from the author of The Chemistry of Joy and The Chemistry of Calm comes a practical guidebook for building and maintaining a sharp, healthy, and vibrant mind. It is an awesome book, use your library card and get it on your cellphone or iPod, listen when you on treadmill, walking, etc. Don't have time for this, sure you do. Consider getting maids and cleaning ladies to save you time for the book, they will do the job you hate and waste your precious time on.

Why do we procrastinate, and how to avoid it

Very interesting lecture by Dr. Tim Pychyl why most of us delay, and delay, and delay tasks that need to be done. Apparently one reason is our eagerness to seek pleasure and avoid pain. Every time we move the task schedule for tomorrow, we just avoid discomfort of dealing with the problem now. One of the approaches is to break the task to smaller, more manageable sub tasks. Make these sub tasks concrete, that way it is easier to start doing it now. And remember “How do you eat an elephant? The answer is Piece by piece.”

How to clean your microwave - Tips

In addition to the video technique from expertvillage, add few drops of vinegar or lemon juice in the water and boil it all together in microwave. The vinegar sanitizes inside of microwave, and gives nice fresh smell. As a natural product the vinegar is totally safe and chemicals free for food preparation places, not to mention, that it helps to clean dirt way faster.