Fear is often the main reason why young people don’t make life changes. There are theories which hold that leaving the comfort zone is recommended when you are young because the longer you wait, the more difficult it can be to make changes. Many young people change cities, countries, or even continents because of their studies or jobs; and yet all people must keep in mind that leaving behind a previous life can be difficult and hard. It is important to be aware that this doesn’t mean that the next life changes will be easy, but it means that the challenges will be, at least, easier.

The recent years have marked a change in the way we deal with our health, comfort and wellbeing. We have never given attention and focus to these issues as we do today, and that perhaps is because of the way we evolve, adapting to all kinds of exterior circumstances, but also thanks to the development of evidence-based programs, science and technology. It goes without saying, there is always room for improvement when it comes to our lifestyles and daily habits, but little did we know, the very habits we adopt are the production of our own perception of comfort and convenience. So perhaps we need some minor changes that would enhance our productivity, improve our health and wellness and most importantly, give us more happiness and serenity. Here are 8 tips you could apply in your daily life, for a radical change that would make you a different person.

When you travel you are representing your home country whether you like it or not, and I suggest that you represent your country well. In college I traveled as a “student diplomat” with a campus-based organization, and it has left its impression on me since. Here are seven tips to help you represent your country with elegance and grace.

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