Time flies when you’re having fun, but sometimes when you’re at work or you have loads to get done it feels like the clock waits for no one. We all want to make the most of the 24 hours we get each day. Some people achieve more happiness, productivity, and success – in the same amount of time as everyone else! How do they do it? The answer is simple … time management!


Achieving your goals is seldom easy. Knowing how to stay motivated is so incredibly important when it comes to getting what you want in the long term. Whether it be from your health, wealth or life in general. We’re faced with more distractions than ever before, from non-stop web access to constant messaging on your phone, it can be really hard to stay focussed and not just give in to what's easiest.


After scrambling to get the kids ready for school, sitting in traffic, fighting off road rage, and slurping down some coffee instead of enjoying your breakfast in peace, many people go to work already stressed, and in turn more reactive to stress at work. So, quite literary, if you start your day on the right foot you’ll be more likely to be able to handle any stressors your workplace throws at you.


It’s almost that time of year again. The tax season doesn’t have to spell headaches and mountains of receipts and supporting documents every year. Get started early and stay on top of your finances to get the best out of the coming tax season. You definitely don’t want to be caught in the neverending queues when everyone is rushing to meet the deadline at the end of August for provisional taxpayers and end of October for non-provisional taxpayers.


The long weekend is over and it’s back to reality for most of us. Whether you’re working from home, stuck in a cubicle or command the corner office, your workspace is where you spend most of your day. So why not make it a happy place while you’re at it! Surrounding yourself with things that spark happiness boosts creativity, productivity and morale.


The first school holidays of the year are here and the kids are excited to play all day. Even though this isn’t the longest break in the school year, coming up with new ways to keep them entertained can put a strain on you. Plus, having a bunch of screen-locked zombies wandering around the house isn’t anyone's idea of a fun holiday. So, here are a few tips and tricks on how to keep the kids busy and happy during the holidays.


We’re celebrating Earth Day on 22 April and we have to look after the one we’ve got. Afterall … there’s no Planet B. You’re probably already recycling, but we thought it would be a good idea to get back to basics and give you the lowdown on how to reduce your waste footprint, reuse what you already have and recycle what you can.


Are you up before the birds start chirping or are you the later riser who gets the kids to school as the assembly bell rings? Whatever time you get up in the morning, it’s important to have a good routine as it will help set the tone for the rest of your day. bsmart has looked at the morning habits of a few highly successful people and found these six similarities.


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