A Time Management & Productivity Hack: The Pomodoro Method

"A lot of us "older guys" in the dental field think millennials coming into the profession may be lazy, or just get everything handed to them... overly entitled. It's just the perception and stigma." I recently listened to a podcast called DentalTown: Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran, and in one episode he talks to current dental … Continue reading A Time Management & Productivity Hack: The Pomodoro Method

75 Ways to Become more Productive in Your Personal and Professional Life

  We millennial's are always looking for ways to work smarter, not harder, without compromising quality, or our sanity. In order to be attentive in your work and personal life, successful, and happy, multitasking 24/7 while constantly tending to digital notifications is not the key. Taking on everything we want to do, and then doing too … Continue reading 75 Ways to Become more Productive in Your Personal and Professional Life

Guest Post: Money Saving Tips during Dental School

Going to dental school is demanding and hard enough on its own, but when you add in all the costs associated with housing, grocery shopping, and utility bills, you might start feeling overwhelmed. At a first glance, saving money during dental school seems impossible. However, these money-saving tips will teach any dental student how to … Continue reading Guest Post: Money Saving Tips during Dental School

Guest Post: Aiming for Perfection in Cosmetic Dentistry – Expectation vs. Reality

Introducing Brigitte, from http://www.highstylife.com! She is a skin care professional in Australia, and in her practice she comes across a lot of unrealistic demands when it comes to aesthetics and looks. As well, her mum is a dentist! Through her mother's insight and watching her practice, Brigitte will talk about her experience seeing the unrealistic demands in Cosmetic … Continue reading Guest Post: Aiming for Perfection in Cosmetic Dentistry – Expectation vs. Reality

The Science of Health and Happiness

The idea: negative emotions can lead to illness, whereas positive emotions can promote good physical well-being. The research: still growing, still no clear scientific consensus. Despite ongoing research and growing evidence towards the fact that happiness leads to an overall physical wellness, research on the matter has a long way to go. “Firstly, ‘happiness’ is … Continue reading The Science of Health and Happiness