The Productivity Pantry: 50 Resources To Help You Get Things Done Right

Healthy Living – The Huffington Post
The Productivity Pantry: 50 Resources To Help You Get Things Done Right
Everyone has a collection of go-to productivity tools they just can’t live without, but with new solutions hitting the market at an unprecedented rate, it can be more than a little difficult to determine if what you’re using is what you should be using.

And so, after sifting through the quagmire of apps, software, and advice, we present to you the Productivity Pantry — a list of our 50 favorite GTD tools, tips, and tricks to help you get things done right, all the time.

3 Surprising Habits That Can Cause Premature Aging
In this new episode, The Doctors reveal 3 habits that you probably do on a daily basis that actually can cause premature aging.

Watch to find out how to avoid these simple things in order to keep your skin looking healthier and wrinkle-free! Have your own ideas? Let us know in comments.

Green – The Huffington Post
Aaron Paul’s Weird Talent: He Can Detect The Sex Of A Dog By Simply Petting It
Aaron Paul always delivers, whether in his roles or in real life, and on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night (Sept. 18) he did not disappoint.

The “Breaking Bad” star revealed one of the most bizarre celebrity talents we’ve ever heard of: since he was young, he’s been able to guess whether a dog was male or female, just by petting it. Naturally, the Kimmel team had to put this talent to the test, and it turned out he guessed four of the four correctly — using Jesse’s “Breaking Bad” catchphrase “bitch!” to reveal the genders, of course.

“This one’s got balls, bitch!” Paul said of the only male canine of the group.

Kimmel and the audience were quite impressed, and we have to say we’re mesmerized too!

With only two episodes of “Breaking Bad” left and an Emmy nomination this Sunday, Paul has a busy few weeks ahead of him.

Jerk Cats Love Knocking Sh*t Over
In case you haven’t heard: cats are jerks. And what’s the first phase in a cat’s campaign of terror? Why, pushing all of your belongings off of flat surfaces, of course.

Some people might say that is just how a cat “plays” with you, that he’s just being “friendly.” Those people haven’t looked into the eyes of a cold-blooded feline as he slaps your new cell phone off the kitchen counter. “Maybe he’s just testing the phones durability? Or maybe he is in the middle of an important experiment on the laws of gravity?”

Wrong. The next thing you know, he’s on a vicious new offensive against your ankles.

Jumping In Leaves Can Be A Pile Of Awkward (VIDEO)
With the arrival of fall, summer sports are put on hold as people take on a new activity: jumping in piles of leaves.

With the help of friends, bikes, pickup trucks and plastic chairs, people are finding innovative ways to change up the autumn tradition.

Watch the video above and tell us in the comment section which method of leaf pile jumping is your favorite.

This Clip From A 1995 Australian Kids’ Movie Will Teach You Everything You Need To Know About Lizards
Australians learned a very important lesson in 1995 from the kids’ movie, “Napoleon“: “Never expect gratitude from a cold-blooded creature.”

Fortunately, today the clip has found its way to Reddit where the world can finally learn the true nature of the frill-necked lizard.

Good News – The Huffington Post
Jumping In Leaves Can Be A Pile Of Awkward (VIDEO)
With the arrival of fall, summer sports are put on hold as people take on a new activity: jumping in piles of leaves.

With the help of friends, bikes, pickup trucks and plastic chairs, people are finding innovative ways to change up the autumn tradition.

Watch the video above and tell us in the comment section which method of leaf pile jumping is your favorite.

Best Places For Dogs And Their Owners To Live In America (PHOTOS)
You may not think big cities are the best places for dogs because factors like smog, small living spaces and the lack of grass come to mind. But actually, some metropolises have lots to offer our four-legged friends. Don’t believe us? Estately took in account things like weather, walkability, the amount of dog parks and the availability of good pet care when they put together their list of the best American cities for dog owners.

Click through the top ten below and head back to Estately for the full report.

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GPS for the Soul – The Huffington Post
Back to Basics
The world has changed dramatically over the last dozen years or so. After 9/11, many people changed their priorities. People seemed to change careers by the masses. There was a mass exodus from the financial industry and many turned to careers where they felt they could help others. Enrollment in nursing schools was booming and there was an unprecedented interested in becoming firefighters. A horrific event appealed to our basic human instinct to be better and to help one another.

When the economy crashed several years later, something else happened. People began, once again, to reexamine their lives and their values. Some liked what they saw more than others, and some used it as a way of getting back to basics. Over time we heard increasing stories of families spending more time at home together because they had less money to spend on nights out. This started to become something of the social norm again.

People seem to be giving a lot more consideration to what is really important in life and thinking less about the extraneous. I think people are starting to understand how important it is to be employed in an economy such as this while acknowledging that family, health and safety are equally important. Finding that balance can certainly be tricky but that seems to be the focus of our efforts these days… and rightfully so.

Chris (aka: Ashton) Kutcher said it best in his speech at the Teen Choice Awards when he said he, “Never had a job in my life that I was better than.” He went on to say that, “The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart, and being thoughtful and being generous.” More even than his words, I love that he said them to a bunch of teenagers who really need to hear them. It is so important to understand the value of intelligence, kindness and generosity and those lessons need to be learned early on in life. The world is not just about making and spending money. It is about what you contribute to the world and society and how you can give back. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNXwKGZHmDc&app=desktop

In addition to the world and the workplace changing, we are changing. We, as a society, have evolved tremendously over the last dozen years. Sometimes it is glaringly apparent and sometimes it is hard to notice in the midst of all the chaos, but if you stop for a moment every once in a while you will surely notice. We are changing… fundamentally and for the better.

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