Our top 5 personal development & lifehack articles for February.
Published 02 February 2015
We offer you our selection of our favourite lifehacks and personal development articles from around the web. This month, tackle that dreader "Computer hunch" thanks to a quick video via Lifehacker.com, fix your posture with some simple exercises from the Army Field Manual, be more effective when dealing with al those pesky emails, ease your way into a heathier diet and some top tips on how to improve your productivty.
If you have a desk job you probably spend most of your day hunched over a computer. Here are some simple stretches, courtesy of Lifehacker, to improve your posture and save you from future back pain. Read the full article via LifeHacker
Posture can affect a lot of things, including our confidence and how other people feel about us. Teach yourself good posture by practising these exercises from the Army Field Manual. Good posture is a habit that pays off over time. Here are ten exercises, courtesy of The Art of Manliness, from the Army Field Manual that require you to move in a variety of different directions and ways in order to improve your posture. Read the full article via The Art of Manliness.
It’s easy to get bogged down with emails, it’s important, however, not to let them hinder your productivity and get in the way of the things you want and need to do. Here is a great article by Kavit Haria via Lifehack.org that has some very useful suggestions on how to deal with that mountain of emails. Read the full article via LifeHack.org.
A lot of us have tried various diets over the years, with little success. It’s easy to say I’m going to start to eat healthily and I’m sure most of us do say that come the New Year, sadly it is often easier said than done. Leo Babauta sets out his straight forward guide to better eating via zenhabits.net
Momentum is a key force to your productivity. It's the reason that sometimes you can work effortlessly, and at other times it feels like pulling teeth. You can structure your day so that you build momentum and ride it out strategically. Read the full blog via LifeHacker UK