Things I’ve Learnt From

BA Expat is perhaps my most favourite blog that I’ve ever had the pleasure of coming across. Not only does this blog educate me but it inspires and motivates me. I have composed some of my favourite tips learnt from BA Expat along with some of my favourite posts I’ve ever read there.

Being Happy Together

Tip from this post.
During this post, it was written that you are the sum of the five people with whom you spend the most amount of time with. A Havard study proved that if your friend is happy, the chances of you being happy increases by 15%. Also, if your friend’s friend is happy then your chances of being happy also increase by 10% and if your friend’s friend’s friend is happy, your chances still increase 6%!

If something takes less than two minutes to do, do it straight away.

Tip from this post.
This is probably my favourite tip. If you have something on your to-do list that will take less than two minutes to do, you should do it immediately to increase personal productivity and reduce your stress levels. For example, sharing this post of Facebook or Twitter ect. will take less than two minutes, so why not do it now? 😆

A Healthy Body is a Healthy Mind

Tip from this post.
In order to take full advantage of your mind it is important to have a healthy body.

The prefrontal and temporal lobes of your brain shrink an average of 1-2% per year as you get older, if you exercise then this reverses and grows at a rate of 1-2% per year.

If you are overweight then you’re using unnecessary effort to carry around your extra weight and this saps the valuable energy that your brain could be using to do something productive. However, being underweight can be even worse news as your brain lacks the energy to keep a healthy, full-functioning mind running.

Descending difficulty

Tip from this post.
Do your tasks in order of descending difficulty: start off with the most difficult task first. Most people will start the day off by completing a task that’s best to do during low-energy periods during the day/week such as checking their Facebook or responding to an email. It’s best to leave those tasks for the time in the day when your energy is low and, whilst your energy is at a high, do something far more productive (such as washing the car, going for your run/walking your dog or doing your shopping).

More of my favourite posts

Building A Better Nights Sleep
How To Apply Business Principles For A Better Personal Life
The Procrastinators To-Do List
Bored, Stuck or Just Adventurous? 50 Random Things To Do


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