Monday, 14 October 2019

Time management tips for people who are LATE ALL THE DAMN TIME



Being able to manage time is very important, academically, professionally, and socially. Constantly being late may give others the impression that you think your time is more important than theirs. Making other people wait for you before they can order at a restaurant or set off on a trip might be okay once or twice, but after that it begins to look disrespectful.

Here are seven ways to get your time-management skills up to scratch.
  • Keep a to-do-list
  • Get ahead of time
  • Avoid distractions
  • Prepare ahead of time
  • Plan your journey
  • Get a good night's rest
  • Set deadlines or time limits

Read more @ https://www.todayonline.com/world/7-time-management-tips-people-who-are-late-all-damn-time

Things you need to know if you are planning to work into your 70s

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If your retirement savings account is not quite as robust as it should be, the idea of working longer may seem like a useful remedy. So it is not surprising that when you ask people when they plan to retire, about one-third say they will work into their 70s or later.

There is just one problem: Odds are fairly high that life will throw a curveball your way — and you will end up needing to retire a lot earlier than you expected.

In a  2018 survey, almost half of retirees say they left the workforce earlier than planned because their own health worsened, a family member needed care, or they lost their job.

Here are four steps to consider:
1. Do your best to stay healthy
2. Keep up your network
3. Steel yourself for lower pay
4. Aim for financial independence

Ref: https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/4-things-you-need-to-know-if-youre-planning-to-work-into-your-70s

Signs you might have a magnesium deficiency


  • Your fingers and toes feel tingly or numb
  • You think you have the flu
  • You had a seizure, but do not have a seizure disorder
  • Your muscles are cramping all the time
  • You are not acting like yourself lately
  • Your heart is beating a faster than usual

Ref: https://www.womenshealthmag.com/uk/health/conditions/a29338199/magnesium-deficiency-symptoms/

Ways to Lower Blood Pressure and Heart Attack Risk by 60%


1) Dip into guacamole (avocado-based food)











Avocado contains large amount of potassium, which can also be found in food like coffee, tea, tomatoes, carrot, soy, milk, rice or wheat or oat bran.
(Ref: https://nutritiondata.self.com/foods-000122000000000000000-w.html)


2) Turn up the air conditioner to lower your blood pressure

3) Sip this earthy juice - beet root juice















4) Enjoy the outdoors
















5) Try magnesium













Magnesium relaxes arteries and increase blood flow. Food that contain magnesium include wheat or rice bran, soy, flaxseed,  parsley, peanut butter, etc
(Ref: https://nutritiondata.self.com/foods-000120000000000000000-w.html)

Ref: https://www.firstforwomen.com/posts/how-to-lower-heart-attack-risk-173062

Clean snacks you can eat non-stop without ever gaining weight

Here are four clean snacks you can eat non-stop without ever gaining weight, according to experts.

1) Fresh fruits













2) Popcorn (alone)












3) Nuts













4) Avocado hummus (avocado-based food)











Ref: https://www.shefinds.com/collections/clean-snacks-without-gaining-weight/#slide-4