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Do you always make New Years Resolutions? Do you always keep them? Or are you planning on writing a list? If you’ve answered ‘YES’ to all of the above, then this post is dedicated to you.
Yes, it is quite mainstream as far as places-to-see-in-Sydney goes, but what if I tell you that you can tick off at least 5 things on your Sydney itinerary, simply by spending a day at one of Sydney’s most famous attractions?
Originally posted on TIME:
1) Schedule things that make you happy You often schedule things that are “important”, but what about the things that make you happy? Activities on your calendar are more likely to be the things you do. So be as good about scheduling the personal as the professional. From my interview with Stanford happiness researcher Jennifer Aaker: …people who spend more time on projects that energize them and with people who energize them tend to be happier. However, what is interesting is that there is often a gap between where people say they want to spend their time and how they actually spend their time. For example, if you ask people to list the projects that energize (vs. deplete) them, and what people energize (vs. deplete them), and then monitor how they actually spend their time, you find a large percentage know what projects and people energize them, but do not in fact spend much time on those projects and with those people. 2) Time perception is everything Your conflicts with time…