Nicola Principe

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Nicola Principe

64 days ago

Can You Die From a Broken Heart?

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Nicola Principe

108 days ago

AMO SE FAI LA SPESA MI COMPRI QUESTI INGREDIENTI?

THX

100g red lentils
1 heaped tsp turmeric
1 tbsp coarsely grated ginger
2 garlic cloves, sliced
1l vegetable stock
400ml can coconut milk
2 leeks, well washed and sliced
2 handfuls baby spinach (approx 50g/2oz)
2 limes, cut into wedge

Red lentil & coconut soup

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Nicola Principe

122 days ago

In turn, adding CHO to protein supplements can be necessary when several INTENSIVE resistance trainings are planned during the same day. In such a case, the athlete must quickly renew its glycogen stores (58, 59). To this end, 1g/kg of weight of CHO should be added to the proteins and consumed immediately after the training; moreover, a meal should follow 2 hours after the training (59, 60). So you must weigh at least 220 lbs and must train intensely more than once a day to allow yourself a litre of chocolate milk. Even then, you won’t achieve optimal results because of the casein, which constitutes 80% of the total proteins, and because of the 2:1:0.46 (glucose:fructose:galactose) ratio of the various sugars present in the chocolate milk (61).

Chocolate Milk For Post-Workout: A Look at the Research

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Nicola Principe

123 days ago

According to John Gottman, 69% of a typical couple’s fights are perpetual, based on core differences, and cannot be resolved—and a skilled couple understands this and refrains from engaging in these brawls again and again.9

How to Pick Your Life Partner – Part 2

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Nicola Principe

123 days ago

Charlotte Whitton Quotes

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Nicola Principe

151 days ago

lo possiamo farr stampare e mettere in cucina???

The Ultimate Kitchen Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

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Nicola Principe

157 days ago

interessante....

The best Data Science courses on the internet, ranked by your reviews

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Nicola Principe

172 days ago

Here's where the word "ouch" comes in handy. Runkel explained that the best response in this situation is simply, "Ouch. That one hurt. I don't know if you were meaning to hurt me; I don't know if that's what you were going for; but that's what you did."

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Nicola Principe

196 days ago

an epic read... really really worthed the time!

Taming the Mammoth: Why You Should Stop Caring What Other People Think

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Nicola Principe

196 days ago

“Believe me, it’s better to produce the balance sheet of your own life than that of the grain market.”

How would the Stoics cope today?

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Nicola Principe

197 days ago

If ego depletion is essentially caused by self-defeating thoughts, one has to wonder about the harm done by this overturned hypothesis. Many people, particularly self-help gurus, still promote the idea of ego depletion, perhaps unaware of the contradictory evidence calling the theory into question. But if Dweck’s conclusions are correct, then perpetuating the idea of willpower as a finite resource is doing real harm.

The Way You Think About Willpower Is Hurting You

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Nicola Principe

197 days ago

The conflict between phone love and human love is so common, it has its own lexicon. If you’re snubbing your partner in favor of your phone it’s called phubbing (phone + snubbing). If you’re snubbing a person in favor of any type of technology, it’s called technoference. A popular song by Lost Kings even asks: “Why don’t you put that [expletive] phone down?”

The Phones We Love Too Much

nytimes.com

Nicola Principe

205 days ago

secondo me si potrebbe mettere la casa in calabria su:
VRBO and HomeAway

mentre la casa di napoli a gesu e maria su Onefinesty dove si richiede un minimo di 250 dollari a notte e un minimo di 4 notti. bisogna mettere biancheria di lussi e saponi di lusso...

l'articolo è interesssante anche per noi (@Fede) per pensare su cosa fare a settembre

The Other Airbnbs: Alternative Home-Sharing Rentals

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Nicola Principe

208 days ago

Uber’s real innovation has been in working with governments around the world" where it has been "outstanding."

Uber's most significant innovation is not its taxi hailing app, says Harvard economist

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Nicola Principe

208 days ago

good old Seneca..

‘you can see the complete works of orators and historians on shelves up to the ceiling, because like bathrooms, a library has become an essential ornament of a rich house’.

Bookish fools

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Nicola Principe

208 days ago

And accept that quality long-term results require quality long-term focus. No emotion. No drama. No beating yourself up over small bumps in the road. Learn to enjoy and appreciate the process. This is especially important because you are going to spend far more time on the actual journey than with those all too brief moments of triumph at the end.

How to Develop Mental Toughness: Lessons From 8 Titans

tim.blog

Nicola Principe

208 days ago

molto interesante...

Yes, Your Sleep Schedule Is Making You Sick

nytimes.com

Nicola Principe

211 days ago

n the U.S., some companies spend hundreds of dollars per employee on workplace wellness programs, hoping to save money on healthcare while maintaining productivity, albeit with the understanding that the eight-hour day should be viewed as a minimum at best.

Maybe the solution isn’t step challenges and diet contests, but shorter workdays.

How the Six-Hour Workday Actually Saves Money

bloomberg.com

Nicola Principe

212 days ago

io mi sono sempre ritenuto un unsung hero...

If Humble People Make the Best Leaders, Why Do We Fall for Charismatic Narcissists?

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Nicola Principe

213 days ago

n every organization, there are a select few employees who would be difficult to replace. For the most part, most people are like the older son in the story. Most people could be easily replaced. Most people are passive and reactive. They require specific instructions. They need to be governed and managed in all things.

One Behavior Separates The Successful From The Average

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Nicola Principe

213 days ago

President George W. Bush went to war in Iraq to neutralize weapons of mass destruction that no longer existed by the time of the 2003 invasion; Obama, on the other hand, avoided war in Syria while somehow managing to neutralize its chemical stockpiles...

The Obama Doctrine, R.I.P.

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Nicola Principe

213 days ago

interessante....

Le filosofie sulla disposizione dei libri

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Nicola Principe

232 days ago

The Matthew effect...

The 1 Percent Rule: Why a Few People Get Most of the Rewards

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Nicola Principe

272 days ago

a compelling point of view.... a must read to understand what's going on in Syria

Obama’s Biggest Mistake

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Nicola Principe

283 days ago

fai il test prima di leggere l'articolo

What Type of Athlete are You? (This Test Will Tell You.)

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Nicola Principe

288 days ago

Part of my agreeability has to do with empathy and understanding, but being understanding often goes hand in hand with the desire to be understood. In other words, we’re nice to people because we want them to be nice to us. It’s what we learned in grade school, after all. A big part of my agreeability is that I want people to like me and know that I’m a good person. It sounds sweet and all, but it’s actually a narcissistic need: I even want people to like me when I don’t like or care about them.

The Problem With Being Too Agreeable

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Nicola Principe

295 days ago

siamo naturalmente degli ottimi boss...

hihihih

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

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Nicola Principe

323 days ago

Amo, dal primo ecco la mia dieta!

How to Lose 20 lbs. of Fat in 30 Days… Without Doing Any Exercise

tim.blog

Nicola Principe

350 days ago

The judgments of the historian do not serve the margins. They do not even serve the masses. They are a weapon in the hand of defeated elites, the voices of men and women who could be in power, but are not. What was true in Thucydides day is true in our own. The simplest explanation for modern academics' hostility to 21st century capitalism's “structures of power” is their complete exclusion from them.

History is Written by the Losers

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Nicola Principe

437 days ago

se continui suk carcere ci sono delle cose su ted che puoi guardare

Invisibilia: Is Your Personality Fixed, Or Can You Change Who You Are?

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Nicola Principe

456 days ago

“The Selfishness of Others” lays out most clearly is not the danger of narcissism but, rather, the danger of any particular world view that requires, for the sake of consistency, its owner to believe that she is good.

newyorker.com

Nicola Principe

458 days ago

Only the paranoid survive, as they say!

Why it pays to be grumpy and bad-tempered

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Nicola Principe

458 days ago

Harsh, but fair... Here I am :D

Why it pays to be grumpy and bad-tempered

bbc.com

Nicola Principe

458 days ago

camperai mille anni!

Why it pays to be grumpy and bad-tempered

bbc.com

Nicola Principe

464 days ago

To begin with, there is the matter of higher education. Only about 30 percent of American adults have a four-year undergraduate degree. The number of those with advanced graduate or professional degrees is around one in ten. As a BA is a minimal requirement for employment in most intellectual occupations, the pool from which scholars, writers, and policy experts is drawn is already a small one. It is even more exclusive in practice, because the children of the rich and affluent are over-represented among those who go to college

Intellectuals are Freaks

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Nicola Principe

464 days ago

Daniel Pink on Incentives and the Two Types of Motivation

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Nicola Principe

516 days ago

ogni tanto Jung non diceva cazzate...

ops è una sua paziente a scrivere :D

La commovente lettera di una paziente al suo psicologo, Jung: l’importanza dell’accettare

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Nicola Principe

519 days ago

credo possa interessarti....

baci

Six Ways The Most Productive People Send Emails

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Nicola Principe

550 days ago

"...every minute you spend thinking about it is another minute you are not doing it."

This Is the Only Thing Keeping You From Being Wildly Successful

inc.com

Nicola Principe

563 days ago

mamma vedi come la stampa USA si riferisce costantemente alla generazione X.....

These people don’t think, believe or reckon. They “feel like.” Listen for this phrase and you’ll hear it everywhere, inside and outside politics. This reflex to hedge every statement as a feeling or a hunch is most common among millennials. But I hear it almost as often among Generation Xers and my own colleagues in academia. As in so many things, the young are early carriers of a broad cultural contagion.

Stop Saying ‘I Feel Like’

nytimes.com

Nicola Principe

579 days ago

The Suddenly Trendy Way To Eat Eggs That Has Everyone Going Crazy

prevention.com

Nicola Principe

579 days ago

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Being tired isn’t a badge of honor

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Nicola Principe

584 days ago

The sugar conspiracy

theguardian.com

Nicola Principe

599 days ago

sarà l'attenzione selettiva... sarà che tengo l'uosm.... sarà quel che sarà... ma la diseguglianza economica frena la crescita

"Diseguaglianze frenano la crescita". Lo studio Ocse spacca la ricca Germania

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Nicola Principe

605 days ago

Almost everyone who is single is single for the same reason

qz.com

Nicola Principe

626 days ago

amo questo week end prenotiamo :D

The best of Cuba, beyond Havana: readers’ travel tips

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Nicola Principe

659 days ago

How to use search like a pro: 10 tips and tricks for Google and beyond

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