Ten things you should do to have more time.

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Real wealth is not about money. Real wealth is not worrying about others claiming your time and energy. Real wealth is about time and freedom. In the next few minutes we are going to see the things that make us have more time. So here is a list of ten things you should do to have more time.

1. Do the Most Important Tasks in the AM.

In morning hours, distractions or disturbances are less as most people would be still sleeping or will be busy in preparation for the day. So getting done with the important things in the AM will let you have more time for other things.

2. Do Only One Task at a Time.

It is better to do only one thing than doing multiple tasks at the same time. Multitasking is often considered more time consuming and confusing for humans like us. So doing only one task at a time will let you have more time for other things.

3. Find Tasks to Eliminate or Automate.

There will always be some tasks that are easier to complete or of less importance, figure out those tasks and try to complete, eliminate or automate them. This way you keep the things up and running, also you get time for other things.

4. Don’t be a Perfectionist All the Time.

A perfectionist is a person who refuses to accept any standard short of perfection. Being a perfectionist, you might end up with many incomplete tasks while working for perfection in one task. So don’t be a perfectionist all the time.

5. Be Good at Planning and Organizing.

Planning things will make it easier for you to get the tasks done. By organizing your tasks you are well aware about your timelines and priorities of work. Be good at planning and organizing your tasks if you want to have some extra time.

6. Limit Your Social Media Time.

In the world of internet, people are often seen spending most of the time in social media. It’s important for you to limit your time on social media because you might not complete your tasks on time and end up wasting all your time.

7. Cut Down on Television.

Like social media , watching television and shows are other time consuming activities. Think how you’re gonna get things done or complete your tasks if your killing your time over television. So, consider cutting down on television.

8. Prioritize Your Tasks.

Prioritizing tasks is as important as planning and organizing them. By prioritizing tasks you get to know what are the important tasks, so you can work on them based on the order of priority according to their importance and the time you have.

9. Work in Blocks and Deadlines.

Working in blocks and deadlines simply means that you create several smaller to-do lists each day instead of one long task and then you tackle each of those smaller to-do lists during different blocks of time throughout the day.

10. Don’t Do Everything Yourself.

One must accept the truth that we all can’t do everything by ourselves. Even if you try to do everything by yourself, you might end up feeling exhausted with heavy work load. Try taking help from potential others to get the work done.

“Two most powerful warriors are patience and time.”

Leo Tolstoy.
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Ten reasons to avoid negative people.

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Negative people often negatively impact the lives of people they associate with. They are usually in negative thoughts and never encourage positive lifestyle. In the next few minutes, we will see the reasons to avoid negative people. So, Here is a list of the ten reasons to avoid negative people.

1. They can Affect Your Attitude.

Negative people will discourage you and they will try to drag you down with them to the dark side. Someone once said, “Don’t let negative and toxic people rent space in your head. Raise the rent and kick them out.”

2. They can Affect Your Thinking.

If you hang around with negative people enough, and listen to them long enough, they start impacting your thinking, and you soon realize that instead of thinking positively you are thinking negatively.

3. They can Drain Your Energy.

when we are around positive people who are enthusiastic, they raise other people’s energy levels with their positive nature. While negative people do the exact opposite, they drain your energy with negativity.

4. They can Damage Your Credibility.

Surrounding yourself with negative and toxic people, damages your credibility. If you hang around negative, small minded people it makes you look negative and small minded yourself.

5. They can Discourage You.

Negative people are not only negative, they’re also great at discouraging you, and giving you negative feedback. They are so good at it they can make the negative sound like it makes sense.

6. They Won’t Let You Grow.

If you are friends with negative people, they enjoy negative thinking and they really do not want to grow as persons. Because they don’t want to grow, they want to discourage you from growing as well.

7. They can Waste Your Time.

Negative people can waste your time with their negative thoughts. So one of the ways to get rid of this is to limit contact with negative people and to increase contact with positive people, to have positive thoughts.

8. They can become Unavoidable.

If you don’t avoid negative people in the early stages, then they may get more closer and important in your life, without even you realizing it. As your journey with them continues, they become unavoidable.

9. They Encourage Negativity.

Negative people will simply support anything negative that you say, and give you all the reasons why you are right in your negativity. Negative people will even make you believe your doubts about something.

10. They can Make You Depressed.

When you are listening to a negative person talking about the horrors of their existence, you’re mainly focusing on it. You will begin to think like them, and feel depressed about the horrors of your life.

“Worry and negativity are a misuse of your imagination.”

Anonymous.
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Ten most family friendly dogs for you.

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When adding a new puppy or dog to your family, it can be difficult to decide which is the best fit. Many breeds make wonderful family dogs. In the next few minutes we will see what are the dogs that are family friendly. So, Here is a list of ten most family friendly dogs.

1. Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog for a reason. The breed is friendly, patient, and trainable. The breed is extremely versatile, doing everything including hunting, dock diving, tracking and obedient.

2. Bulldog.

The distinct and wrinkly Bulldog makes a wonderful companion to children. These loyal dogs can adapt to most atmospheres, be it city or country. They are happy to spend time with their families.

3. Golden Retriever.

Golden Retrievers originally came into prominence because of the breed’s versatility, intelligence, and personality, which suits it for many purposes. It is the most popular breeds in all areas of competition.

4. Beagle.

The actual origin of the Beagle seems to be unclear with no reliable information. Their compact size, intelligence make the Beagle an excellent family dog. They are even short and easy to take care.

5. Pug.

The Pug is small in size and his great reason for living is to be near his people and to please them with his cuteness and actions. He is comfortable in most of the places and easily adaptable to all situations.

6. Irish Setter.

The Irish Setter first came into popular notice in the 18th century. The outgoing and trainable dog is great for active families, as the Irish Setter is highly energetic and loves spending time outdoors.

7. Brussels Griffon.

The Brussels Griffon is a hearty, intelligent and active companion. He thrives on interaction, activity, and mental stimulation. He enjoys being with you as long as you give him a chance to burn off some energy. 

8. Newfoundland.

Newfoundlands are intelligent, loyal and sweet dogs. It also has the intelligence to act on it’s own responsibility when rescue work demands it. Because of these traits, they make excellent family dogs.

9. French Bulldog.

French Bulldogs are one of the world’s most popular small-dog breeds. The easygoing and adaptable breed is great for new families and responds well to training.

10. Collie.

Collies are legendary for their herding skills. They are strong, loyal, affectionate, responsive and fast. A Collie would be best suited for an active family as they are highly energetic and love to move around.

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”

Roger Caras.
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Ten best tips to win an argument.

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Argument is an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heated or angry one. In arguments a reason or set of reasons are given in support of an idea, action or theory. In the next few minutes we will see what are tips to win an argument. So, Here is a list of ten best tips to win an argument.

1. Stay Calm.

Even if you get passionate about your point you must stay cool and in command of your emotions. If you lose your temper you will lose. To win an argument it is a must to stay calm and cool.

2. Use Facts And Evidences.

Facts are hard to refute so gather some relevant data before the argument starts. Surveys, statistics, quotes from relevant people and results are useful arguments to deploy in support of your case.

3. Ask Questions.

If you can ask the right questions you can stay in control of the discussion and make your opponent scramble for answers. You can ask questions that challenge his point and give him difficulty in answering.

4. Use Logic.

Show how one idea follows another. Build your case and use logic to undermine your opponent. Logical statements often make you win an argument, where an emotional statement alone cannot.

5. Appeal To Higher Values.

As well as logic you can use a little emotion by appealing to worthy motives that are hard to disagree with. Emotional statements also sometimes work, and lead you in winning an argument.

6. Listen Carefully.

Many people are so focused on what they are going to say that they ignore the opponent and assume only their arguments. It is better to listen carefully. You will observe the weaknesses and flaws in his position.

7. Agree With Good Points.

Don’t argue every point for the sake of it. If your opponent makes a valid point then agree but outweigh it with a different argument. This makes you look very reasonable and gradually leads you towards victory.

8. Don’t Get Personal.

Direct attacks on your opponent’s lifestyle, integrity or honesty should be avoided. Attack the issue not the person. If the other party attacks you then you can take the high ground both morally and ethically.

9. Don’t Get Distracted.

Your opponent may try to distract or divert you by introducing new and irrelevant points. You must be strong enough to avoid those distractions and diversions. You must stick to the core subject and be on track.

10. Study Your Opponent.

Studying your opponent helps you know their strengths, weaknesses, beliefs and values. You can appeal to their higher values. You can exploit their weaknesses by turning their arguments back on them.

“Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.”

Aristotle.
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Ten signs that you are an introvert.

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Introvert is a person who is shy and predominantly concerned with their own thoughts and feelings rather than with external things. In the next few minutes we will see what are signs of being introvert. So, Here is a list of ten signs that you are an introvert.

1. You Prefer To Be Alone.

If you prefer to be alone, enjoy activities you can do by yourself and spend as much time as possible doing them, its a clear sign that you are an introvert. If you have to be away from home for too long, it can make you start to feel resentful.

2. You Are Connected To Your Inner Dialogue.

No matter what situation you’re in, there’s a constant silent conversation going on in your head. Your inner dialogue narrates what’s going on around you and keep yourself entertained for hours thinking about how things could have gone.

3. You Feel Lonely In A Crowd.

When you’re surrounded by people, you start to feel disconnected from yourself. Crowds can make it difficult for you, leaving you feeling lonely and stressed. You’re likely to feel like an outcast, even if you know everybody in the room.

4. You Hate Networking.

If you hate networking and hours of small talk with strangers is one of your worst nightmares, then you are an introvert. You don’t particularly enjoy meeting new people and you usually try to come up with an excuse to skip it.

5. You Would Rather Write Than Speak.

Even if you have a powerful story to tell, but you prefer to take the time to craft your words rather than speak your mind, then you are introvert. When you do have to express yourself verbally, you may find it difficult to maintain eye contact.

6. You Prefer Texting Over A Phone Call.

An introvert mostly prefers texting than talking over a phone call. You don’t feel comfortable making small talk on the phone for no reason. When you have some free time, you want to spend it yourself than filling it with idle conversation.

7. Too Much Socializing Exhausts You.

If too much socializing like going to a party or social event, meeting new people, remembering their names, absorbing their words, and focusing on their body language exhausts you, then its a clear sign that you are truly an introvert.

8. When You Are Passionate, Time Flies.

If you are passionate about something, instead of feeling exhausted and drained, you come out feeling accomplished and energized. Introverts do their best thinking, and get the most work done, when they are alone.

9. You Have a Small Inner Circle.

If you are probably having at most three or four close friends and consider everyone else an acquaintance,then you are an introvert. You choose your people carefully because you only have so much social energy to spend.

10. You Need To Have A Plan.

Introverts know that making a plan helps ensure everything goes smoothly. They make lists, then make lists of their lists. They think through scenarios to figure out how things could go wrong, then do their best to avoid them.

“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes memory.”

Dr. Seuss.
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Ten reasons why you should marry a best friend.

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Marriage is one of the biggest decisions of your life. Well, how about marrying your best friend? In the next few minutes we will see why marrying a best friend is a good choice. So, here is a list of ten reasons why you should marry a best friend.

1. You Know Each Other Better.

Best friend is someone who knows about you more than you know about yourself. If you marry a best friend, you won’t have to take efforts to know each other, which will happen if you marry someone you don’t know well.

2. You Can Be Yourself Around Them.

Being with your best friend is something like you can behave and do all those crazy things in front of them, without having fear of being judged. If you marry a best friend, you can do anything and everything you want around them.

3. You Both Share Same Interests.

There are many things common between you both, like some interests, hobbies etc. Best part is when you choose something for yourself and ask them, they will respect choices even if they don’t understand them.

4. You Trust Each Other Better.

Best friends tell each other the truth and trust one another more than anyone else. When you marry your best friend, you can completely trust each other without having a doubt on them as you’ve been loyal to each other all the time.

5. Your Communication Is Better.

When we are down and in need of someone to talk to, we tend to do that with our best friend. So having a partner who is also your best friend means the communication in your marriage life will be open and honest all the time.

6. You Encourage Each Other Better.

Best friends support each other in time of need and having a partner who is also your best friend means you have a partner who will always support and encourage you. A best friend will always support you and provide essential encouragement. 

7. Your Fights & Disagreements are Less.

All couples have a few disagreements and fights from time to time. However, when your partner is your best friend, actual fights and disagreements will start to fizzle out into playful fighting by the time they are over.

8. You Have Similar Kind of Goals.

You must be having some goals, ideas etc., in your mind and dreams or adventures you want to do at least once. Your best friend will be the first person to always support you and even will join hands in achieving those goals together.

9. You Understand Each Other Better.

You can actually go a little while without talking to each other and be completely fine. If you marry a best friend, you just don’t worry you’ll let your partner down because you know each other too well for such petty worries.

10. You Don’t Have To Impress Them.

Your best friend could care less whether you’re wearing a super hot dress or impressing with your super costly gifts. If you marry a best friend, you don’t need to try hard impressing them all the time. They love you unconditionally.

“Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.”

Oprah.
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Ten most attractive traits of a person.

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There are the probabilities of a random average person finding few things attractive on another person. Here is a list of ten most attractive traits of a person. This list is based on community discussions and relevant sources.

AR=ATTRACTION RATE

1. Nice Smile (99% AR)

Having a nice smile is the most attractive trait due to it being a symbol of happiness and having a warm smile can make you seem more trustworthy. A majority of the people agree that this is the first thing they notice when they meet someone for the first time.

2. Good Sense Of Humor (98% AR)

A good sense of humor is being able to take things lightly and laugh at oneself and life situations, in effect making people comfortable in what could be unpleasant or stressful moments. It means laughing with someone, not at someone.

3. Confidence (96% AR)

When someone noticeable, authentic and comfortable in their own skin it’s often very attractive. Projecting confidence helps people gain credibility, make a strong first impression. However over confidence can be off-putting.

4. Speaking Over 1 Language (90% AR)

Language attraction is due to people finding other cultures interesting, liking the mystery of foreign languages and also the ability to talk things like life and love in that language which indicates intelligence of the person.

5. Geekiness (89% AR)

Geekiness is the quality of being knowledgeable and obsessively interested in something. Geeks tend to be intelligent, passionate, and they are always into new and interesting things. Which often causes people to be attracted to them.

6. Men Over 6 Foot (85% AR)

Men over six foot are less than a quarter of the total men’s population. But the average height of a man is 5ft 10inc. Women tend to prefer taller man as it is a sign of masculinity and the society is biased towards them.

7. Good Credit Score (83% AR)

A good credit score can be the evidence, that a person is conscientious, responsible and smart. A majority of the people agree that they find this trait attractive and also want to maintain good credit scores.

8. Great Physique (80% AR)

Great physique is attractive. And we don’t just mean in terms of body, there is something innately attractive about people who are energetic, active and take care of themselves, this builds confidence and self-assurance, which are both attractive qualities.

9. Men With Dad Bods (75% AR)

Men with dad bods are more attractive to women than guys with rock-hard abs. A dad bod is a sign a man is confident in his own skin, and is also associated with other positive personality traits such as humour and being down to earth.

10. Lips With 1:1 Ratio (73% AR)

A woman’s lips are the most attractive part of her body. Lips with 1:1 ratio were deemed to be the most attractive feature than any other lip shape. A majority of the people had agreed and choose this as an ideal lip shape.

“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.”

Albert Einstein.
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Ten best tips for a happier relationship.

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At some point of our life, we all would have wanted to make our relationships happier and harmonious. Be it girlfriend, brother, etc., or whatever relation it is, we always wanted to be cordial and understanding. Here is a list of ten tips for a happier relationship.

1. Spending quality time

Quality time can strengthen your relationship in several ways. It gives you distraction-free time to talk, and helps you stay current with your partner and what’s going on in your lives.

2. Communication

Communication is definitely one of the major keys to a Healthy Relationship. Communication is the foundation on which trust evolves. When you be yourself and communicate openly, other person will understand you better.

3. Setting boundaries

It is essential to have personal boundaries in order to have happier relationships. Personal Boundaries are important because they set the basic guidelines of how you want to be treated.

4. Respecting privacy.

Having privacy doesn’t mean that your partner is hiding anything. Everyone has the right to privacy, and no one should have to give it up to be in a relationship. Without trust, it is impossible for the relationship to be happy.

5. Making joint decisions

Making joint decisions is an important part of any long-term relationship. While decisions start small, with tonight’s supper, they get bigger, through the days passed in the relationship. It’s better to take your partner’s opinion as well.

6. Being flexible

Happy relationship will require a certain amount of flexibility from each partner. Because change is inevitable and it is crucial to be able to adapt to the changes, finding your way through the good and the bad together.

7. Express your feelings

Expressing your feelings leaves you open to the possibility of either acceptance or rejection, but not expressing them means that you will only keep them in and never finding out what they think, is worse.

8. Discipline

In a relationship, we become a better version of ourselves. We upgrade ourselves if we are in good relation. Discipline is the practice of care and respect for others and self. But if we are not disciplined then our relationship won’t be happy.

9. knowing them better

Without knowing the person better you can’t understand them better. Understanding is more important, because that creates the conditions for love and love without understanding won’t last.

10. Freedom

Freedom is essential to a happy relationship. If we ask for things we want in ways that make someone feel as though “no” is not okay with us, the relationship turns into a control battle and there can’t be happiness in such relationships.

” When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.”

Donald Miller.
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Ten signs that you are addicted to social media.

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Now a days social media addiction has become a big problem to the society, It is completely changing the way people interact and this is not so good for a society and the people. Here are ten signs that say if you are among those addicts.

1. You feel anxious when you cannot access social media.

If you are feeling anxious when you are not having access to social media, then you are addicted to social media.

2. Your social media usage is cutting into your work time.

If your social media usage is cutting or interrupting your work or the working hours of you, then you are addicted to social media.

3. You quickly check your phone when a notification arrives.

If you are checking your phone as soon as a notification arrives, mostly expecting from social media, then you are social media addict.

4. You regularly check your account and posts for the stats.

If you are regularly checking your posts for likes, comments, etc., related stats, then you are addicted to social media.

5. You scroll the feed right before bed and when you wake up.

If checking your social media is the first thing in the morning and last thing in the night, then you are addicted to social media.

6. Your family and friends say you seem strangely distant.

If your family and colleagues are telling you that you are strange and reserved, then you are addicted to social media.

7. Your mood depends on the likes and comments you get.

If your moods and emotions are influenced by the amount of likes or comments for your posts, then you are addicted to social media.

8. You prioritize social media over hanging out with people.

If your priority is being alone and using social media over hanging out with people, then you are addicted to social media.

9. You like posting every detail or event in your day.

If you are often updating status on social media, even daily activities like eating, travelling, etc., then you are addicted to social media.

10. You feel irrationally jealous of your social media friends.

If you are comparing your lifestyle with your social media friends and feeling irrationally jealous, then you are addicted to social media.

Use social media to connect, not to compare. “

-Anonymous
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Importance of Family & Relationships in our life.

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As we all know that having family and relationships are considered as one of the important aspect of our life by a majority on the earth. So in the next few minutes we will have a quick walk-through on Family and relationships, giving you the most out of this so called or a truly important aspect.


What are family & relationships?

Other things may change us, but we start and end with family.

Anonymous

Family, In the most basic definition, a group of people who share a legal bond or a blood bond is a family, a family provides its members with emotional and spiritual kinship through Shared values, beliefs, and traditions, Unconditional and non-judgmental support. Talking about Relationships, it refers to the connection or bond you have with the other people in the society.


Why are family & relationships important?

All relationships go through hell, real relationships get through it.

Anonymous

Family is important because it provides love, support and a framework of values to each of its members. Family members teach each other, serve one another and share life’s joys and sorrows. Families provide a setting for personal growth. Family is the single most important influence in a child’s life.

Relationships are also as important as family. As humans, the relationships we form with other people are vital to our mental and emotional well-being. A positive relationship can be shared between any two people who love, support, encourage and help each other practically as well as emotionally.


How to build family & relationships?

Family is not about blood, it’s about who is willing to hold your hand in need.

Anonymous

Relationships are the most important part of our lives whether with friends or family. And to make any relationship work, we have to give time. Without giving time and making efforts, no relationship can flourish.

Try to listen to what your friends and family have to say. Listen with compassion and non-judgment. Making plans, eating together, spending time with each other is very crucial. Learn to see good in others and make it a point to appreciate them for it. Even if you need to point out anything negative, be delicate. Prioritizing the relationship is also necessary at times. Not taking others for granted.


Not to mention, we don’t have same relations with all the people in our life, it requires a different approach for different relations with different people. There is a need to understand the difference between family and social relationships.

“Sow relations, reap love.”

Team Feelhead.
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