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How to Train Your Brain Like an Olympic Champion

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games have come to an end. As we marvel at the top international athletes’ powerful and awe-inspiring physical skills and performances, let us not forget about their remarkable mental prowess, which is as important as their physical training.

From surgeons performing challenging state-of-the-art procedures, to medical residents juggling with constant pressure and ever-changing schedules, to Elon Musk’s numerous innovative ventures, the psychology of peak performance can help anyone become a champion in their life and career. 

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Scheduling and Pay Calculations in Daycare Facilities: Easy as ABC?

In our modern world, where most women are increasingly taking part in the workforce, daycare centres become fundamental to a healthy work-life balance; without them, some of us could not make ends meet. Daycare employees have the great responsibility of taking care of our youngest citizens, preparing them for school and life. MyTimeNews has recently investigated the issue of workforce fairness in scheduling and pay calculations within the American and Canadian childcare sector, to shed light on daycare professionals’ work conditions. We offer solutions in hope to optimise or improve their time tracking and management.

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Back to School : The ABC of Time Management

Now that Labour Day Weekend is behind us, it is time to get to "business" with the annual back-to-school frenzy! Whether you are parents with kids attending kindergarten or high school, or a freshman, graduate student, young professional or a teacher: back-to-school is the perfect time to restructure and manage your time. MyTimeNews has compiled a series of 7 smart tips to save your sanity by helping you start the new academic year and make the most out of it, like a true multi-tasking, time-management wizard!

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How to Truly ‘Celebrate’ the Hard-working American Workforce this Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day weekend is upon us!  Is this the most beloved long weekend of the summer?  

MyTimeNews has recently conducted a nation-wide survey on work habits and preferences, as well as Labor Day long weekend plans favored to relax, recharge, and get inspired before diving into the autumnal busyness! Can intelligent tools help the hardworking American workforce celebrate and enjoy this and all future long weekends more?

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Get Cultured on Rainy Summer Days: Top 5 Family-Friendly Museums to Visit

Museums are the best alternatives to rainy summer days in your city or at your holiday destination. Not only do they keep you and your family dry, but they also transport you into different cultures and periods, sometimes through the use of high-tech tools such as virtual reality equipment. In other words, art makes you travel. To help you plan your museum day accordingly, MyTime News has compiled a top 5 family-friendly museums in North America, all of which offering free programs.

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Canada’s New York Awaiting You

One last month of summer is left and to help you make the most of it, MyTimeNews suggests an exciting destination for Americans hoping to discover their northerly neighbor. Ranked as the second best place to visit in Canada by U.S.News, Toronto is a vibrant multi-cultural cosmopolitan city, which has a lot to offer in the summer, including a lively nightlife.

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Track Your Sleep to Improve Your Lifestyle

Time is precious -- especially when it comes to sleeping, for sleep is central to our well-being, health, and productivity. We actually spend ⅓ of our lives sleeping, and so My Time News thought to introduce you to a few pieces of technology to help you improve the quality of your sleep, and with it, your health, good spirits, and productivity !

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America's National Day in Numbers: How Did Americans Celebrate Independence Day?

My Time News hopes that you all had an enjoyable and restful Fourth of July holiday! With only 2.5 million residents when the Declaration of Independence was signed by the 13 nations in July 1776, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, we are now around 323.1 million of Americans! Let's see how we all celebrated this year.

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Summer in the City

Summer days and nights have been full of love stories from tales of falling in love with stranger in Paris to visiting our first love during summer camp. But, for the next two days, you have the chance to find that special someone in the city of love: Manhattan.

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Would Your Work Get in The Way of Your Patriotic Duty to Celebrate?

The Fourth of July is just around the corner! Let your American flags fly high and get your BBQs, beers, and bonfires ready for a four-day long weekend – well, assuming you are lucky enough to have a boss who will allow you a vacation day on Monday July 3rd fill out the long weekend. In preparation, the MyTimeNews research team surveyed our fellow Americans to learn more about their patriotic inclinations. Our results are both surprising and informative.  

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Work-Life Balance and Fourth of July: A National Survey

Independence day is upon us and we at MyTimeNews studied how Americans are planning to spend their upcoming holiday. Our research team set out a nation-wide survey in June 2017 to find what the Fourth of July holiday means to the American workforce. The survey also aimed to shed light on the American employees' work-life balance.

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Montreal Jazz Festival: A Canadian Summer Event

Over the last 7-8 years, attending the Montreal Jazz festival has turned into an annual ritual for me and my family. The Montreal Jazz festival is celebrating its 38th birthday this year and is happening over the last week of June and first week of July. It has been the source of much joy and fun for many, especially Canadians, over national holidays (i.e. Canada Day and the Independence Day).

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