People talk about how busy & overwhelmed they are like it is a badge of honor. However, being busy doesn’t mean you get more done. And it often means tasks don’t get done as well as they could. My first guess in this episode of the podcast is Christine Carter, a happiness expert at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center and author of the book "The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Home and at Work." She is here to discuss the negative effects of too much busyness – and a better way to structure your day so you actually get more done – and done well.
Also, if you cook, I’m sure you’ve heard that when you cook with alcohol, the heat burns off the alcohol quickly. Well, according to science that is impossible. We’ll explore that and why it is important for every cook to know.
Do you get an annual physical? It is a common practice because people believe it helps keep them healthy. But does it really? Family physician Davis Liu, M.D., author of "The Thrifty Patient" reveals what is and what is NOT important when it comes to staying healthy and living a long and active life. By the way, he has also discovered the “Fountain of Youth.” He’ll tell you what it is – but you may not like it.
And what makes people creepy? Most of us know a creepy person when we see one – but what is it about some people that creeps us out? And how do you make sure you aren't sending out any creepy vibes? Find out in today’s episode.