Tag Archives: Lifestyle

Take Back Your Life in Seven Simple Steps

TONY SCHWARTZ What follows are seven steps, but you’re vastly more likely to succeed if you limit yourself to one or two at a time. 1. Start to focus on what you’re doing with your attention. You can’t change what you … Continue reading

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The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2012

Noma restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark has been named the best restaurant in the world for the third year in a row by Restaurant magazine’s World’s 50 Best list. Chef Rene Redzepi has enjoyed a long run of media coverage over the past couple years including most … Continue reading

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Singapore at a Glance

Area: 710.3 sq km Climate: Tropical. Average maximum of 31 degrees Celcius and a minimum of 23 degrees Celcius Government: Parliamentary republic Labour Force: 3.2 million as at June 2011 Population: 5.18 million as of 2011 Median Age: 38 years Life Expectancy: 81.48 years Population Growth Rate: 2.1% … Continue reading

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The Cost of Living Across the Globe

ZURICH has become the world’s most expensive city to live in, according to the latestWorldwide Cost of Living Survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit, our sister company. The strengthening of the Swiss franc in the past year helped lift the city … Continue reading

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Your Business Can Be More Than Just a Job

by Michael E. Gerber Did you start your own business to have the freedom of being your own boss? Maybe you wanted to provide jobs for others. Did you fantasize about the lifestyle you would have as an entrepreneur? And what has … Continue reading

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Relaxation

by University of Cambridge Counselling Service How do you know if you are tense? Strange to say, but it is the case that we can be so habitually tense, almost without realising it, that we gradually become accustomed to the … Continue reading

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Conflict with others

by University of Cambridge Counselling Service Conflict is normal All of us have interactions with other people which do not go as well as we would like. At one level we may simply feel misunderstood and are often able to … Continue reading

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Anxiety & Panic

by University of Cambridge Counselling Service What is anxiety? Anxiety is a normal emotional and physiological response to feeling threatened. People differ as to how vulnerable they feel in different situations: this can be influenced by past experiences as well … Continue reading

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Depression

by University of Cambridge Counselling Service Am I depressed – or is it something else? Our mood naturally varies over time and from day to day and everyone gets down sometimes. We may say that we are ‘down’, ‘fed up’, … Continue reading

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Insomnia

by University of Cambridge Counselling Service Sleep is as essential to us as food, air and water. Sometime in your life you may have difficulty sleeping – many people do. Anyone can suffer from insomnia, although sleeping problems are more … Continue reading

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