How To Deal With Polyphobic People

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Deviating from the monogamous relationship paradigm can come with real consequences. People have gotten attacked and even fired over being poly.

Fortunately, you can prepare yourself for such attacks.

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How To Become an Expat — The Ultimate Guide

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Are you about to embark on your expat adventure? Then this guide on “How to become an expat” is for you. We discuss everything from finding accommodation to building a social network in your target country.

But we will also talk about the negative aspects of expat life, like dealing with culture shock, social isolation, or racism. It’s not just all roses when you move to a new country.

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How To Stop Procrastinating With the Seinfeld Strategy

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Do you struggle with consistency?

Maybe you want to get fit but cannot bring yourself to show up at the gym every day. Maybe you want to write a novel, but somehow never get around to putting words on paper.

Then the Seinfeld Strategy might be for you. By tracking your progress on a simple wall calendar, you can bring about significant positive change.

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“Should I start a blog?”

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Are you wondering, “Should I start a blog?”

Wonder no more. In this post, I will outline all the major advantages of starting a blog in 2024. But more importantly, I will address the most common objections, like your chances of succeeding or the threat of AI-generated content.

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How To Become the Person You Want To Be

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Many people experience this unsatisfying gap — they are in place A but would like to get to place B. But they have no idea how to bridge that gap.

Fortunately, there are ways to get unstuck. Adopt the right behaviors, and change won’t be long in coming

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How To Build Better Habits With the 20-Second Rule

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We often struggle with building the right habits. The problem is the initial activation energy required. It is that threshold that is holding us back.

The 20-second rule takes care of that. It makes initiating (or breaking) a habit as pain-free as possible.

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How To Increase Willpower

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If you struggle with resisting temptation, you are not alone. As consumers, we have been conditioned to always choose the easy option. Get that Double Big Mac meal. Make another impulse buy on Amazon.

Fortunately, this process can be reversed. You can learn how to increase willpower. Once you do, all areas of your life will dramatically improve.

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How To Not Be Annoying

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Do you often feel like you are getting on everybody’s nerves?

Some people annoy others without intending to. They unwittingly display behaviors that drive the people around them off the wall.

But it doesn’t have to be like that. You can learn how to not be annoying.

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How To Deal With FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

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When you suffer from fear of missing out, you are never in the “now.” Your mind is always somewhere else, anticipating something that hasn’t happened yet.

It’s a miserable way to live. Fortunately, there are things you can do to overcome FOMO and be present again.

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