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13 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself Everyday

Work, work, work. Repeat. Are you in an unhealthy daily grind? Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. They compiled this brilliant article “13 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself Everyday”We loved the article so much that we’ve listed their 13 tips. You can read the details here: http://www.success.com/article/13-ways-to-take-care-of-yourself-every-day


  1. Set specific time slots when you don’t work.
  2. Start your day off with meditation.
  3. Work out.
  4. Get enough ZZZs.
  5. Write a poem.
  6. Keep a journal.
  7. Talk to friends and family.
  8. Wake up slowly.
  9. Read something fictional.
  10. Do yoga.
  11. Listen to a podcast.
  12. Put yourself on a schedule.
  13. Make time for play.


Values-based budgeting – freeing up your money and time

Carl Richards writes a follow up to his popular blog post – The Solution to Maintaining a Budget Is Awareness”…

Values-based budgeting – freeing up your money and time – is a fascinating read that also appeared in the New York Times. We’d love to hear from you if the article spurs you on to assess your budget against your values.



Navigating a late-career journey

Read this Next-Gen Retirement article – https://hbr.org/2016/06/next-gen-retirement

According to the Hardvard Business Review, Next-Gen retirement is about navigating a late-career journey: preparing to go off-script; finding your own retirement metaphor; creating a new deal; and making a difference.

… “A 2004 HBR article coauthored by Ken Dychtwald, an expert on aging, argued that companies should “retire retirement,” keeping older workers engaged by creating cultures that value experience and allowing flexible schedules and exit plans”…


New restaurants in Cape Town

On a lighter note:  Cape Town has seen an explosion of new restaurants over the past year.  Here is a list of some of the best and more interesting ones to try



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