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I hope you pass your exams, finish your projects, and do well in your classes! Good luck ghost


One happiness challenge? Chronic lateness. If you’re always running late, try these tips:

1. Time your commute. Late people often underestimate how much travel time they need.

2. Don’t try to squeeze in one last task before you leave. This is a common reason for tardiness.

3. Get organized in advance. Don’t wait until the last minute to pull together everything you need to bring with you.

Accept the stress

Stanford Professor Kelly McGonigal says: “When you start saying things like: ‘I shouldn’t be stressed right now’ you’re amplifying the harmful aspects of your stress response. A mindset shift in these moments can be very helpful: Just accept the stress and allow it to be a signal that you care. “

Aggressively expressing anger doesn’t relieve anger but rather amplifies it. On the other hand, not expressing anger often allows it to disappear without leaving ugly traces.

  • What’s the most helpful advice you’ve ever received?
  • What can you do for hours without feeling bored?
  • What were the last three books you read? What brought you to them?