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Brewers tried to trick the Dodgers, and it failed

Milwaukee reached into its bag of tricks again on Wednesday, pretending to start lefty Wade Miley before yanking him for a righty. But L.A. responded.

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Inside Kate Middleton’s Clever Wardrobe Trick to Never Upstage the Bride as a Wedding Guest

All eyes are usually on Kate Middleton — but the royal knows exactly how to let a friend have her time in the spotlight.

On Saturday afternoon, members of the royal family stepped out for the wedding of one of Kate’s closest friends, Sophie Carter, who married Robert Snuggs at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk.

The royal mom of three wore a cornflower blue Catherine Walker & Co coat dress for the special occasion — a recycled outfit! Princess Kate previously wore the piece when she arrived in Berlin with Prince William and their two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, during their July 2017 tour of Poland and Germany.

Just as she perfectly matched her family in blue for their tour, Kate coordinated with her children for the weekend wedding. Charlotte, 3, was one of three bridesmaids, while George, 5, was among the chosen four page boys, and they were outfitted by one of Kate’s favorite childrenswear designers, Amaia. Charlotte wore a linen dress in ivory with royal blue embroidered edging from the upmarket label. Meanwhile, George wore matching cropped blue trousers, with an off-white linen shirt accessorized with a blue cummerbund, also from Amaia.

Kate made her outfit wedding chic by adding a matching floral headpiece by milliner Juliette Botterill, who is becoming a go-to for royal family members like Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall.

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This is the second time this year Kate took a step back in the fashion department for a bride’s big day by wearing an outfit she already had in her closet.

RELATED VIDEO: Kate Middleton Maternity Style Trend Recap: Non-Maternity Pieces, Jewel Tones, and Recycled Outfits!

At the May wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, she pulled an epic royal rewear with one of her favorite pieces: an off-white bespoke Alexander McQueen coat dress. In July 2015, Kate wore the structured-collared coat dress to Princess Charlotte’s christening. She pulled out the ensemble again at the Queen’s official birthday celebrations, Trooping the Colour, in 2016.

RELATED: All the Adorable Photos of Prince George & Princess Charlotte at Kate’s Close Friend’s Wedding

Kate’s recycling of outfits as a wedding guest is a clever way of making sure everyone’s attention is where it belongs: On the bride and groom!


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The digital giant battles click farms, reviewers-for-hire and other scams as merchants try to outsmart its product-ranking system.
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Google's AI is so good it could trick you into thinking it's a person

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The Hands-Down Easiest Trick To Finding Your Perfect Foundation Match

Natural light is the most flattering and the most truthful.
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David Copperfield vanishing trick exposed in court

Magician David Copperfield has been forced to reveal the secret of one of his signature tricks after being sued by an injured British audience member.
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Ramsay dodges speed cameras with clingfilm ‘trick’

Gordon Ramsay has admitted he tricks speed cameras on US freeways by wrapping clingfilm around the licence plate of his Ferrari.
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Seguin hat trick as Stars’ rally over Flames

Tyler Seguin has found his way without Jamie Benn, breaking the 200-goal mark  as Dallas rallied to beat Calgary 6-4 on Friday night.

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Harry Potter game is Pokemon Go creator’s next trick

An augmented reality smartphone game based on the young wizard’s adventures is planned by Niantic.
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Benedict Cumberbatch Dazzles Jimmy Fallon With Magical Water Trick

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‘Skunk in the outfield’: How the most epic trick play in history broke baseball

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Dunkirk is Nolan’s biggest trick – not his best

Dunkirk’s box office dominance makes it director Christopher Nolan’s biggest trick, but not his best.
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The Trick to Getting Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen-Level Beach Waves

Ashley Olsen, Mary-Kate OlsenIn today’s beauty world, less is certainly more.
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Switching to Grayscale Is the Perfect iPhone Trick to Combat Distraction

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The Wallpaper Trick That Wows: An A-to-Z Guide

Now that wallcoverings are easier to remove, interior designers are making a maximalist move: Combining two patterns in one room. Here, 26 papers you can mix and match, plus expert advice.
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Here’s an Easy Trick to Motivate Yourself Toward Regular Exercise

Your friends are good for something.

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Thoughts on Kendall Jenner’s Shirt Trick?

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This Trick Will Help You Find Sh*t You’ve Lost

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Finally, the Trick to Making Glossy Eyeshadow Stay in Place

Makeup artist Carolina Dali shared her hack for making glossy eyeshadow stay in place backstage at Who What Wear’s show at NYFW.
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The Trick to the Best Super Bowl Party Is to Invite Absolutely No One

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The trick to finding balance

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Balance is the Holy Grail of 21st century living.

Nobody sought balance back in the 1800s or even the 1950s. Back in the Old Days people sought to cultivate traits like virtue (huh?), patience, forgiveness, altruism, objectivity and a kind temperament.

Men worked in the world. Women worked at home. Balance was an unspoken fact of life. Only accountants and tightrope walkers in the circus actually worried about it consciously.

Nowadays balance is a big deal. Why? Because we’re so freakin’ out of balance.

Whole fields of scientific study have arisen from our imbalance. Food scientists weigh in on the proper balance of fruits, dairy, vegetables and proteins to consume on a daily basis. And a fat lot of good that’s done us. We’re more gi-normous than ever.

Sixty years ago kids walked to school, ran everywhere and played outdoors until dark. Adults did a lot of physical work. In 1950 only 10 percent of Americans were obese. Not anymore.

Seventy years ago we ate nourishing whole foods, unprocessed grains and cereals, butter, whole eggs, meats, fish and poultry and there were no organic sections in the stores because everything already was organic.

Not anymore.

Now 80 percent of all calories consumed by Americans come from refined, processed, GMO-laden foods filled with sugar, salt, trans-fats and artificial ingredients.

To balance this out we go to the gym, which–considering that 70 percent of us over 20 are now officially overweight and/or obese–apparently doesn’t balance the scales at all.

We worry about balancing work and home life–although I just looked up the average number of hours Americans work per week and, having done so, now have no idea what the hell everybody’s complaining about. Apparently Americans work an average of 34.4 hours per week. Okay – add five hours a week commuting (including stops for a latte and scone) and we’re almost at a 40-hour-work week. But who are these people? Where are they? I don’t know anyone who works that little!

Fortunately, I’m self-employed and only work about 60 hours a week. And I do so from home. Which means I automatically have the Balance Work and Home Life thing solved no matter what.

Gender balance–now there’s a biggie. Women STILL aren’t being paid equal wages for equal work in the US, women STILL only account for 19.4 percent of legislators and a many-times bankrupt, many-times married, morally disheveled, ill-spoken, ill-prepared, boorish male with a ferocious ego and no public service experience whatsoever can STILL beat the most polite, erudite, qualified political candidate to ever step up to a podium if she happens to be a she.

Yes–balance is a BIG deal in our world because there’s so damn little of it.

But as I was getting up from my meditation pillow this morning, feeling all glow-y and balanced and content, it suddenly occurred to me that perhaps the reason we’re still struggling to establish balance on the outside is because we haven’t found balance individually on the inside yet.

Living in physical bodies, this isn’t surprising. Despite what mysticism and science tell us to the contrary, despite all that talk in church about the Holy Spirit and the soul, most of us fully believe we’re physical beings dwelling in a physical world. So a belief that contentment and a certain degree of happiness can be achieved through the balance of our physical activities isn’t illogical. It’s just that it doesn’t work.

And the reason it doesn’t work is because the physical world isn’t reliable. Life is, by nature, mutable. Situations and people change. You can have a 401K, money in the bank, and a house in the burbs and still lose it all. You can sign a marriage contract in blood and still end up divorced. Accidents happen. People die. Pets run away. Children get sick. Hurricanes, floods, tornedoes and earthquakes level whole cities.

The most balanced, orderly, clock-work regime in the world can go tits up in a heartbeat. That’s life.

Inner balance on the other hand, once actually established, is unshakable.

It’s the “once actually established” part that puts most people off, I think. With our focus fixed on the world circus, absorbed by the trials of our own tumultuous lives, seeking outside solutions, we believe we don’t have time for such pastimes as meditation. But if we genuinely knew it was a scientifically reliable answer to all the unhappiness and flailing around we do … ?

If we genuinely knew that all the answers to all the questions in our hearts lay within us … if we genuinely knew that peace would prevail on Earth once we located it within our own minds through meditation … wouldn’t we go for it?

Wouldn’t we?

And if not … why not?

There’s a one-word answer: EGO. But it’ll take more than one blog to address that story.

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The Easiest Trick to Breaking Out of Wrong Ideas

Written by Max Harms
Image credits: Randall Munroe

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This article first appeared on the blog of Intentional Insights, a nonprofit organization that empowers people to refine and reach their goals by providing research-based content to help improve thinking, feeling, and behavior patterns.

Right now you have something within your reach with an almost magical ability to break out of wrong ideas. You can use it to process data and identify patterns and trends. What do you think it is? Take a guess before reading onward.

Did you guess your computer or your phone? Then you’re wrong! What I’m talking about is much, much more powerful than that. It’s more powerful than the fastest supercomputer on the planet.

I’m talking about your brain.

Humans didn’t spread out to rule the entire planet because of bigger muscles or sharper claws. Intelligence, the kind of intelligence that all humans have, is our superpower. It’s what separates us from other animals, and it is your greatest resource.

But most people don’t really use their brain to its full potential. Do you?

You certainly weren’t taught to use its real potential in school. Children are taught facts that will pass tests, but the skills that are most important in life usually don’t involve stuff that’s on an exam. How do I make plans? How should I decide between places to live? What’s the best way to negotiate for higher pay? All of these questions involve thinking about and modeling the future. Imagine how many fewer poor decisions you will make and how much better off your life will be if you learn how to unlock your brain’s true potential and gain agency over your life!

Want to know a secret? It’s actually pretty easy to make big improvements to how you think. A few quick tricks can make a world of difference and boost your future-predicting power. I’ll share one of them right now.

Have you ever heard of Confirmation Bias? It’s one of the known problems that scientists have discovered about how we naturally think. Imagine a friend suggests that people who drive red cars are bad drivers. At first you don’t think that’s true, but after hearing a few stories of bad drivers in red cars from your friend, you think he might be onto something. The next time you’re on the road you notice a red car swerving around like a maniac… proof! You’re a believer now. You start seeing reckless drivers in red cars all the time.

If you don’t believe me, I challenge you to try it out. Drive for a month looking for reckless drivers in red cars. You’ll see them everywhere. Or you can save yourself the time and trouble. This perception would only be in your head!

If you actually use science you’ll find this is false. What happens is that if you look for something you’ll find it, but you’ll also end up ignoring things that don’t fit the pattern. If a blue car does something dangerous you won’t think about it. If a red car drives safely then maybe it’s just a fluke or maybe you’ll interpret it as reckless anyway.

Confirmation Bias affects all sorts of things, from racial prejudices to conspiracy theories to personal relationships. If you expect someone you know to act sad, you’ll notice their sadness and ignore their happiness. And importantly, it can hurt your ability to predict the future.

Imagine a gambler who loses five games of poker in a row. She thinks “I’ve been getting bad luck for a long time… surely my next hand will have to be good to balance it out!” Have you ever thought something like that? I have. After two more bad hands she finally gets a good hand and thinks to herself “I knew it!” But she was wrong twice before being right! With that sort of sloppy thinking it would’ve been smarter just to walk away.

There are several tricks to avoiding this bias and being a better thinker. The one I’m going to share today is to visualize alternate universes regularly. An alternate universe is just a world exactly like this one but where one or two things are different.

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Let’s use the example of drivers of red cars being reckless. There are two alternate universes here. One alternate universe is where drivers of red cars are *safer* than normal. The other is where red car-drivers are just as good at driving as anyone else. Take a moment to visualize these alternatives and imagine what they look like. Can you see how that would help? Just like focusing on red cars being dangerous causes you notice examples that fit the story, focusing on the opposite lets you catch examples you might otherwise miss. It’s all about controlling where you put your attention.

Let me give an example from my personal life. I once met someone who I had heard was “obnoxious.” Indeed, when I first met him I could immediately see why: the man had almost no social skills. With the seed of “obnoxious” sown in my mind I began to get annoyed when around him. I noticed every time he said the wrong thing or didn’t seem to understand what the topic of conversation was. But then I remembered what I had learned from my research into psychology and I flipped my thinking: I imagined the alternate universe where this guy was cool and easy to be around.

Did my visualization of the alternate universe mean my friend suddenly became suave and charming? Not at all. But it did make him not obnoxious! Specifically, I realized that having weak social skills did not mean I had to find spending time with him unpleasant, and I began to enjoy my time with him much more. I also noticed that his social skills weren’t as bad as I had initially thought. There were a few times when, not trapped by “small talk” or the pressure of meeting someone new, I noticed him acting much more like his alternate-universe counterpart than I would have otherwise expected.

I don’t invite this friend to parties very often (I doubt he’d even enjoy the experience), but we still talk fairly regularly and he’s someone I know that I can turn to if I have a difficult problem in his field. Without the technique of visualizing alternate universes I would have worse social interactions, fewer friends, and be generally less wise. This simple trick has brought many, many people success in their relationships, their work, and elsewhere!

This is just one step on the path to being a better thinker about the future, and as we move forward I think you’ll see how the technique of visualizing alternate universes can be used for becoming more intelligent, effective, and happy!

What do you think?

Have you had success in improving your life through visualizations before?
Do you know anyone in your personal life that seems just convinced about something that isn’t true?
Can you think of any areas of your life where you might have an incorrect perception of the world?
What are specific steps you can take to apply the techniques in this article to improve your perception of the world?

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He runs a nonprofit that helps people use science-based strategies to make effective decisions and reach their goals, so as to build an altruistic and flourishing world, Intentional Insights. He also serves as a tenure-track professor at Ohio State in the History of Behavioral Science and the Decision Sciences Collaborative. A best-selling author, he wrote Find Your Purpose Using Science among other books, and regular contributes to prominent venues, such as Time, The Conversation, Salon, The Huffington Post, and elsewhere. He appears regularly on network TV, such as affiliates of ABC and Fox, radio stations such as NPR and Sunny 95, and elsewhere.

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Drake And Dave Chappelle Reacting To David Blaine’s Frog Trick Is Art

If you have yet to make yourself familiar with the magic that is David Blaine’s new frog trick, you need to get on that. 

The trick involves the magician appearing to heave a frog out of his mouth and then swallow it back down. He performed a widely shared version of it on “The Tonight Show” last week, which caused host Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and the author of this post to literally gasp when we all watched it. 

Well, Blaine performed a slightly altered version of the trick for his one-hour primetime special on Tuesday night, and he did it with none other than Stephen Curry, Dave Chappelle, Drake and the Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler surrounding him. In the bit, which you can view below, Blaine asks Chappelle to draw a small creature, and for whatever reason, Chappelle draws a frog.

Blaine proceeds to spit up not one, not two, but three freaking frogs, into champagne flutes, one of which he hands to Drake, one to Chappelle, and one to Curry. Check out Curry’s reaction here:

The clip, I have to say, is spectacular. Watching very famous people lose their minds over something so visceral is almost mesmerizing. Plus, they made some really funny faces, the best of which I’ve provided below for your pleasure.

It’s good to laugh.

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Magician Turns Girlfriend Into His Fiancee With His Best Trick Yet

For Neil Henry, the writing wasn’t on the wall, it was in a can of alphabet soup. And it spelled “–M-A-R-R-Y—M-E–“.

Henry, a professional magician, employed all his skills earlier this week to surprise his girlfriend, Charlie Gardner, by proposing to her in front of a live audience at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, inviting her on stage under the pretense of needing an assistant.

Henry set up the bit by first downing a cold can of alphabet soup and slurping up a long piece of string, then asking Gardner to join him on stage.

As she looked on suspiciously, Henry proceeded to slowly pull the string from his mouth. One by one, letters popped out, attached to the string as if by magic, slowly building to one big question.

Gardner reacted with disbelief at first, which quickly turned to shock and tears as she realized just what was happening.

“Having you in my life is real magic,” Henry told her as she stood on the side of the stage, “and I never want that magic to end.”

With a magical flourish, he then lit a piece of paper on fire, somehow turned it into a ring, and popped the question.

Gardner, in between squeals of “oh my god!” said yes.

In an email to The Huffington Post, Henry explained the alphabet soup bit regularly features in his show, though it involves a random audience member and a random word.

“When I decided to ask Charlie to marry me (easiest decision of my life by the way!!), the idea of vomiting up the proposal made me laugh so much I just had to do it,” he said. “I told my mum and she said eeewww… it was then that I knew it was perfect!”

He said he considered tying the ring to the end of the string, “but thought that was just a little too gross!”

Afterward, Henry said he bought the entire audience a drink, then the happy couple went out and grabbed a bite to eat. 

“Charlie once said to me that if I was ever to propose it better be amazing as I’m a magician, so I was really keen to do something cool,” he added. “I’m so happy she liked it…and even more happy she said yes!!!”

 

Sure beats another rabbit-in-a-hat trick.

 

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The ’90s Sundress Styling Trick You Wore (and Loved) Is Back

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Drew Barrymore, Alicia Silverstone, and Jennifer Aniston wore it, and you know you did too. Call it nostalgia, call it a resurgence of the greatest stroke of layering genius; whatever it stems from, we’ve rediscovered the greatest styling trick to come out of the ’90s. Yes, that’s right: This summer we’re layering T-shirts under our sundresses.

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Your 2015 inspiration from Elizabeth and James.

This trend a fun way to make your summer dresses feel new (because who doesn’t love a fresh way to layer?), but it also makes your strappier dresses a bit more appropriate for everything you have in your summer calendar, from the office to date night. Scroll through our outfits to inspire and you’ll be fully armed to take on this ’90s trend this summer!

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Don’t Buy Another Pair of Jeans Until You Read This: The Trick for Longer, Leaner Legs

It feels like there are a million different pairs of jeans out there. Some are good and some are…ugly. A pair that fits perfectly is worth a million bucks, while others that don’t do anything for your shape should be tossed as quickly as you can get your arms moving. And even though we just discovered that most of us have way too many pairs in the closet, there’s no time like the new year to toss what doesn’t work and invest in a pair that’s guaranteed to make you look ah-mazing.

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For expert insight on fit, I consulted with Sarah Ahmed, creative director of DL1961, and pestered her about how my legs can look long and lean because, honestly, what girl doesn’t want that?

For length, your best bet is “by far a mid-rise skinny jean. An 8.5- to 9-inch rise really does miracles for the appearance of both the waist and legs.” As an alternative, try a kick flare (it’s the style on the far left above). It’s more subtle than the mega-bells you might be thinking of and can actually add inches, especially if you get your pair tailored to wear with heels or platforms.

If you want to slim stems, Sarah said to look for styles with longer inseams (ask a sales associate to identify some of their options) and try on the darkest shade possible. “A deep blue or black wash tends to smooth the legs, making them appear much leaner.” I brought up the question of moto ribbing, which I think looks eternally cool but can cut legs in a not-so-flattering way. “You can have too much horizontal detailing,” she warned me, suggesting I shop for “ribbing that’s slanted to not have that dreaded digging-in effect.”

What’s your current favorite pair of jeans? Is there a miracle brand that always looks good on you?





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One Simple Trick to Dramatically Reduce Stress in 2014

Life rarely perfectly follows a plan.

But that doesn’t mean that you should just give up and not make a plan. It means that you should embrace a realistic expectation of what planning can and can not do for you:

Planning Can Not:

  • Guarantee everything will go perfectly.
  • Make all work fit within the desired estimates.
  • Eliminate all unexpected obstacles.

Planning Can:

  • Give you clarity on your priorities.
  • Reassure you that you’re not forgetting anything.
  • Allow you to get the most important things done on time.

The importance of realistic planning was re-emphasized for me in the completion of my book manuscript — my biggest professional project to date. I would like to share a bit with you about this simple yet very powerful secret to dramatically reduce stress:

On Time is Late
I’m a realistic optimist in the sense that I think very positively but I plan very responsibly. A very simple, yet important principle that I’ve incorporated into my planning is the idea that “on time is late.”

This principle resulted from the fact that I used to plan to do things “on time,” yet then sometimes ended up super stressed out or slightly missing deadlines whenever something unexpected happened.

To solve that problem and reduce my anxiety, I started setting personal deadlines for myself before the actual deadlines. With short, rather predictable projects, that could look like simply making a goal to get things done the day before they’re due. But with larger, more complex projects, like my book, that means pushing myself to try to get everything done far in advance of when it is due.

For instance, I finished writing my manuscript two and a half weeks before my deadline so that I would have a few weeks to go back through and do the style edits and proofreading. And I’m so glad that I did! This was my first book writing project, and I vastly underestimated how long it would take me to do all of the fine tuning and tweaks. But because I gave myself extra time and a personal deadline before my “real” one, I had the time to do what needed to be done and even to delegate some of the work.

This one mental shift in your approach to planning could dramatically decrease your stress levels. Here are some ideas of how to apply the concept of “on time is late” in other areas of your life:

  • Prepare for meetings the day before they happen, including reviewing notes, location and any items you need to bring.
  • Before you go to the grocery store, look out over the entire week to see if there are any gatherings like a BBQ or a birthday party that require some special food purchases.
  • When you have a special event that requires a gift, like a wedding, put time into your calendar to shop for the gift on the next possible free weekend or evening. You want to avoid that last-minute panic at Bed Bath & Beyond just minutes before the bride walks down the aisle.
  • If you have people working for you, delegate projects to them as soon as they come into your inbox instead of waiting until it’s too late to pass them off.
  • Plan on finishing any large projects like presentations or creative projects at least a couple of days before they are actually due so you have a buffer and time to “sit” on them.
  • If you need to leave the house at a certain time, get completely ready first and then work on optional activities.
  • When you have a big trip, go through a checklist like this one at least a week before you leave.
  • If it’s very important you arrive somewhere on time that’s very far away, try to arrive the night before. If it’s very important you arrive somewhere on time that’s near, give yourself at least a 30 minute buffer unless you’re in a big city in which you’ll want to plan even more time.

Aiming for early will play a dramatic role in helping you to achieve more success with less stress!

About Real Life E®
Elizabeth Grace Saunders is the founder and CEO of Real Life E® a time coaching and training company that empowers individuals who feel guilty, overwhelmed and frustrated to feel peaceful, confident and accomplished through an exclusive Schedule Makeover™ process. She is an expert on achieving more success with less stress. Real Life E® also increases employee productivity, satisfaction and work/life balance through custom training programs.

McGraw Hill published her first book The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment: How to Achieve More Success with Less Stress. Elizabeth contributes to blogs like Lifehacker, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and the 99U blog on productivity for creative professionals. She was selected as one of the Top 25 Amazing Women of the Year by Stiletto Woman.
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