Maslow’s Hierarchy #1 Physiological Needs

Tamsin Astor, PhD, your Chief Habit Scientist shares with you “Maslow’s Hierarchy #1 Physiological Needs” so you can cultivate the healthy habits to live a life of freedom! #forceofhabit #maslow #maslowhierarchyofneeds #stressmanagement #selfesteem #selfhelp...

Healthy habits of online dating #4 – Ask questions

Ask people what they want. Don’t assume they have read your profile and don’t assume they have written out what they want. I explicitly state that I am looking for a long-term long relationship, not a one-off, for example. It’s better to clarify this so you don’t...

Healthy habits of online dating #3 – Due diligence

Read their profile and look at their pics before you engage. Maybe there are some flags or deal-breakers for you. I was contacted by people who lived in Florida, Northern California, Manhattan, even though I had put the settings at 30 miles from where I live! They...

Healthy habits of online dating #2 – Make plans

The second habit of online dating that I have created was shared with me by my friend Jen. If we can’t figure out a time to meet within a week or so, then move on. I am not looking for a pen pal. Also, I don’t want to date someone who won’t make time for...

Healthy habits of online dating #1 – Looks

I recently jumped back online, creating profiles on 4 apps. I knew that there was going to be a lot of overwhelm, navigating all the messages and interactions. One day I woke up and there were 30 messages in just one of the apps! This leads me to the realization that...