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Minimalist Morning Routine - 6 Tips for Kickstarting Your Day

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Minimalist Morning Routine - 6 Tips for Kickstarting Your Day

Motivational gurus wax lyrical about your morning sets the tone for the rest of your day. As much as it may be cliched, it couldn’t be truer. The moments after you wake, and prepare to face the world, are often a precursor to what lies ahead. It’s easy to get caught mindlessly scrolling through social media, which is why we’re here to show you six tips to hack your minimalist morning routine and make you more efficient. Plan Out Your Day The Night Before Self-explanatory as it may seem, a simple spot of pre-planning can save you from scrambling in...

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Best Apps and Sites For Helping with Time Zone Differences

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Best Apps and Sites For Helping with Time Zone Differences

As businesses rapidly globalize and employees elect for remote work opportunities, allowing them to work from all over the world, staying on top of schedules has never been more critical. But with this worldwide expansion that has never been harder. With offices and employees working from the far corners of Earth, meeting times can be challenging to coordinate. That’s why we decided to list some of our favorite ways of tracking time differences to make for more efficient work experience while traveling. #1- Google Just need a quick answer to figure out how far behind Shanghai you are? Nothing is...

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Why You Should Embrace One Bag Travel

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Why You Should Embrace One Bag Travel

You’ve likely heard the old adage: “When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money.” And for the more romantic, “It is with possession, more than anything else, that prevents men from living freely and nobly.” You don’t need a degree in philosophy to learn that minimalist travel is rewarding. All it takes is a quick scroll through some cringe-worthy Pinterest pages to discover the value in accumulating experiences rather than possessions. But how many of us genuinely internalize those messages? How many of us are smug,...

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