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There are so many people that complain about the fact that they hate their lives and that they cannot find happiness with what they have. As long as you’re alive, you can be happy, and there’s always a chance to improve your life situation. Here are 10 ways how!有那么多人都在抱怨这样一个事实,那就是他们讨厌自己的生活,而且从中得不到任何快乐。只要你还活着,你就可以快乐,并且总有机会去改变自己的生活状态。这里就有10种办法!1. Start focusing on the positive things about your life.If you can’t think of anything, you’re still holding on to negativity. Let it go. What are the things about your life that you really love?1.学会专注于生活中的正面事物如果你一件也想不起来,说明还是停留在消极状态。把消极情绪都甩掉!想想你生活中真正热爱的是什么呢?2. Stop complaining.Even if you don’t love life, you don’t have to say it all the time. The more you say that you don’t love your life, the more you’ll enforce those negative feelings.2.停止抱怨即使你真的讨厌生活,也没必要宣之于口。你说的次数越多,你受这种负面情绪的影响就越严重。3. Don’t compare your life with someone else’s.Your life can never be an exact replica of someone else’s. Therefore, it doesn’t make sense to spend so much time stressing about what someone else has. If anything, you can take the happiness of someone else as inspiration to achieve your own successes, but not to feel bad about what you don’t have.3.不要跟别人比较你的生活永远不会是别人的复制品。因此,花费大量的时间去比较别人所拥有的是没有任何意义的。如果有,那也是别人激励了你去实现自己的目标而来的快乐。但是也不必为自己没有的而感到沮丧。 /201012/120012。

People's choice of the Top 10 Best-Dressed Women of 2009 are 《人物》杂志年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”如下:Kate Winslet - Best Red Carpet 凯特·温丝莱特:最佳红毯着装Vanessa Hudgens - Best Hippie Chic 凡妮莎·哈金斯:最佳嬉皮风Reese Witherspoon - Best Short Dresses 瑞茜·威瑟斯彭:最佳短裙Cameron Diaz - Best Jeans 卡梅隆·迪亚兹:最佳牛仔装Michelle Obama - Best Accessible Glamour 米歇尔·奥巴马:最具亲和力着装Freida Pinto - Best Use of Color 芙蕾达·平托:最佳色搭配Taylor Swift - Best Sparkle 泰勒·斯威夫特:最闪亮穿着Nicole Richie - Best Maternity 妮可·里奇:最具母性Beyonce - Best Street Chic 碧昂斯:最佳街头风Kim Kardashian - Best Bikinis 金·卡戴珊:最佳比基尼装British actress Kate Winslet lead the pack of People magazine's 10 best-dressed women of 2009, with US first lady Michelle Obama chosen for "best accessible glamour."《人物》杂志日前公布2009年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”,英国女影星凯特·温丝莱特荣登榜首,美国第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马获“最具亲和力穿着奖”。Although the list, released Wednesday, does not have numerical ranking, Winslet, 33, who won an Oscar in February for playing a dour Nazi in "The Reader," was deemed to be the best-dressed woman on the red carpet on 2009 "with her unique brand of sexy sophistication, modern Hollywood glamour and those enviable curves."虽然这份于本周三公布的榜单并没有具体的排名,但凯特·温丝莱特则“凭借其特有的成熟性感气质,现代好莱坞的魅力以及令人艳羡的曲线身材”获评2009年度“最佳红毯穿着女性”。33岁的温丝莱特凭借其在《生死朗读》中饰演的冷酷的纳粹分子一角于今年二月斩获奥斯卡大奖。People named Reese Witherspoon as having the "best short dresses," "High School Musical" actress Vanessa Hudgens as best hippie chic, and Freida Pinto, the Indian star of Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," for having the best use of color.此外,瑞茜·威瑟斯彭获评“最佳短裙奖”,《歌舞青春》女星凡妮莎·哈金斯获评“最佳嬉皮风奖”,出演奥斯卡获奖影片《贫民窟的百万富翁》的印度女星芙蕾达·平托则获“最佳色搭配奖”。Brad Pitt, "Twilight" actor Robert Pattinson, and Bradley Cooper of "The Hangover" and "Nip/Tuck" fame were among the best-dressed men of the year. People said their attention to details like a scarf, pin or skinny tie "took their looks beyond basic."布拉德·皮特、《暮光之城》男星罗伯特·帕丁森、出演《宿醉》和《整容室》的男演员布莱德利·库珀获评年度最佳穿着男性。《人物》杂志称,他们对于围巾、胸针以及窄领带等细节的关注让他们“看起来与众不同”。Teen country singer Taylor Swift was dubbed "best sparkle."十几岁的乡村女歌手泰勒·斯威夫特获评“最闪亮衣着”奖。The annual best- and worst-dressed double issue, on newsstands Friday, also acknowledged the impact on fashion of the Emmy-award winning TV series "Mad Men," set in the 1960s, whose cigarette pants and sheath dresses have inspired new designs by Michael Kors and Tory Burch.《人物》杂志的年度“最佳着装”和“最差着装”合刊于本周五上架。杂志还肯定了以上世纪60年代为背景的艾美奖获奖电视剧《广告狂人》对于时尚的影响,剧中演员所穿的烟管裤和无袖紧身裙激发了迈克·柯尔和托里·伯奇的设计灵感。The People magazine special issue also looked at some of the fashion flops of 2009. Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul and actress Renee Zellweger were cited as having the worst red carpet dresses.本期《人物》特刊还回顾了2009年的一些时尚败笔。前“美国偶像”评委宝拉·阿布杜和女星芮妮·齐薇格被评为最差红毯着装明星。Singer Jessica Simpson's January appearance in unflattering high-waisted "mom jeans," which triggering a heated debate about weight issues in Hollywood, was among the "most memorable moments of the year," People said.歌手杰西卡·辛普森于今年一月身穿一条不讨巧的高腰“老妈裤”亮相,在好莱坞引起了一阵有关体重问题的热议。《人物》杂志称她当时的形象堪被列入“全年最难忘瞬间”。 /200909/85475。

At the start of the freshman year, finding a job after graduation isprobably the last thing on your mind, but before you know it, it willbe senior year and finding that job will be your top priority. Hi, I amLindsey Pollak, generation Y and career expert and author of Gettingfrom College to Career. I am standing here on the campus of ColumbiaUniversity to talk about a four-year plan, to land a job of your dreamsafter you graduate。  在你刚上大学的时候,不用过多担心你的职业规划。尝试大量的活动,让你的足迹遍布校园。去上各种课程,看看你最感兴趣的是什么。  Buteverybody's experience is very different, there are few guidelines youcan follow for each of your four years. Freshman year, don't worry toomuch about your career plans, try a lot of activities, get your feetwet on campus and take several different classes to see what it is youmost enjoy. Sophomore year is a time to narrow down your academic focusand decide on the college major. You also want to narrow your optionsin terms of your extra curricula activities to focus on your biggestcommitments。  大学二年级的时候,你可以缩小你关注的学院范围,决定你的专业。减少课外活动,把精力集中在最重要的事情上。  Andfinally I recommend getting a professional internship the summerbetween your sophomore and junior years to start having professionalexperience you will be able to list on your resume. Junior year is atime to take on leadership positions in the extra curricula activitiesthat you've chosen. It's also really important to get your GPA above3.0 because that is the cutup for many employers to give you a job. Andfinally if you haven't on an internship aly, it's essential to haveat least one on your resume by the end of your junior year。  大学三年级,在你已经选择的一些课外活动中担当一些领导工作。这对于你获得3.0以上的平均分来说至关重要。也会更容易让你在毕业后获得一份工作。 至少找一份实习生的工作来做。实习经历在你毕业的简历上是必不可少的。GPA: grade point average 平均分。美国的GPA满分是4分。  Duringyour senior year, your goal should be to find a balance among theleadership positions you've taken on in your extra curricularactivities. Keeping up your great point average in your college majorand focusing on the job search for a position after graduation. Istrongly encourage you to become involved in your career servicescentre to make sure you are clear on the deadlines and requirements forany jobs you will be applying to。  在大学的最后一年。你的目标是在你的各种课外活动中取得平衡。学好你的主要课程,把精力集中在找工作上。  And finally it's your senior year of college, enjoy it, have some fun, take some time to really enjoy college before you're orphan to the real world。  最后,好好享受你的大学时光,在你独自面对社会之前尽情享受学校生活。  Nowif you'd got your four year college career plan underway, let's talkabout the dorm room situation. For tips on decorating in small spaces,check out the back to school series on fncimag.com. I am LindseyPollak, thanks for clicking on。 /200909/84571。

The brain can store a vast number of memories, so why can't we find these memories when we need to? A new study provides insights into this question.By Edward K. Vogel and Trafton DrewOur brains are crammed with a massive amount of memories that we have formed over a lifetime of experiences. These memories range from the profound (who am I and how did I get here?) to the most trivial (the license plate of the car at a stoplight). Furthermore, our memories also vary considerably in their precision. Parents, for instance, often know the perils of a fuzzy memory when shopping for a birthday gift for their child: remembering that their son wanted the G.I. Joe with Kung Fu Grip rather than the regular G.I. Joe could make an enormous difference in how well the gift is received. Thus, the “fuzziness” of our memory can often be just as important in our daily lives as being able to remember lots and lots of information in the first place.Different Levels of Detail for Different Types of Memory?In the past several decades, cognitive psychologists have determined that there are two primary memory systems in the human mind: a short-term, or “working,” memory that temporarily holds information about just a few things that we are currently thinking about; and a long-lasting memory that can hold massive amounts of information gained through a lifetime of thoughts and experiences. These two memory systems are also thought to differ in the level of detail they provide: working memory provides sharp detail about the few things we are presently thinking about, whereas long-term memory provides a much fuzzier picture about lots of different things we have seen or experienced. That is, although we can hold lots of things in long-term memory, the details of the memory aren’t always crystal-clear and are often limited to just the gist of what we saw or what happened.A recently published study by Timothy F. Brady, a cognitive neuroscientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and colleagues suggests that these long-term memories may not be nearly as fuzzy as once thought, however. In their work, the researchers asked subjects to try to remember 3,000 pictures of common objects—including items such as backpacks, remote controls and toasters—that were presented one at a time for just a few seconds each. At the end of this viewing phase, the researchers tested subjects’ memory for each object by showing them two objects and asking which one they had seen before. Not surprisingly, subjects were exceptionally good (more than 90 percent correct) even though there were thousands of objects to remember. This high success rate attests to the massive storage ability of long-term memory. What was most surprising, however, was the amazing level of detail that the subjects had for all of these memories. The subjects were just as good at telling the difference between two pictures of the same object even when the objects differed in an extremely subtle manner, such as a pair of toasters with slightly different slices of b.If It’s Not Fuzzy, Why Do We Still Forget Things?This new work provides compelling evidence that the enormous amount of information we hold in long-term memory is not so uncertain after all. It seems that we actually hold representations of things we’ve seen in a fairly detailed and precise form.Of course, this finding raises the obvious question: if our memories aren’t all that fuzzy, then why do we often forget the details of things we want to remember? One explanation is that, although the brain contains detailed representations of lots of different events and objects, we can’t always find that information when we want it. As this study reveals, if we’re shown an object, we can often be very accurate and precise at being able to say whether we’ve seen it before. If we’re in a toy store and trying to remember what it was that our son wanted for his birthday, however, we need to be able to voluntarily search our memory for the right answer—without being prompted by a visual reminder. It seems that it is this voluntary searching mechanism that’s prone to interference and forgetfulness. At least that’s our story when we come home without the Kung Fu Grip G.I. Joe.Are you a scientist? Have you recently a peer-reviewed paper that you want to write about? Then contact Mind Matters editor Jonah Lehrer, the science writer behind the blog The Frontal Cortex and the book Proust Was a Neuroscientist. 大脑能够储存巨大数量的记忆,那么为什么在需要的时候我们会回忆不起来呢? 一项新的研究为这一问题提供了见解。作者Edward K. Vogel and Trafton Drew我们的大脑里填满了在我们整个人生经历中形成的大量记忆。 这些记忆可以很深奥(我是谁还有我怎么来到这的?)也可以是最琐碎的(红灯停车时看到的某辆车的牌照)。 此外,我们记忆的准确度在相当程度上也存在着分别。 打个比方,父母们大多都明白在给他们的孩子买一份生日礼物时,如果记忆不清楚会有什么不良后果。 记得他们的孩子更想要的是耍功夫把式的G.I. Joe(眼镜蛇部队),而非普通的G.I. Joe,会显著影响孩子接受礼物的乐意程度。 因此,在日常生活的大多数情况下,我们记忆的“模糊性”与一开始就能够记住很多很多信息是同等重要的。不同类型的记忆有不同的细节水平?过去的几十年中,认知心理学家们已经确定,在人类大脑中主要存在着两种记忆系统。 一种短期的,或者“工作”的记忆短暂地储存了我们正在想着的少数事情的信息;另一种长期的记忆能够储存通过一生思考和经历得到的海量信息。 在提供细节的水平上,这两种记忆也被认为是不同的。 工作记忆给出的是有关我们当前正在思考的少数事情的清晰细节,而长期记忆给出的则是有关我们曾经见过或经历过的大量事情的,更加模糊的图像。 这就是说,虽然我们在长期记忆中储存了很多东西,但其记忆细节并不总是清晰透彻,而是经常只限于我们所见或已发生事情的要点梗概。然而,在最近发表的一项研究中,麻省理工学院认知神经学家蒂莫西·布莱迪及其同事们提出,这些长期记忆并非如之前所认为的那么模糊。 研究中,研究人员要求实验者们尝试记住3000幅普通物件的图片——包括如背包、遥控器和烤面包片机等物品——一张每次就看几秒钟。 观看环节结束时,研究人员考察了实验者的记忆:向他们展示了两个物品,并问哪一个是之前见过的。 毫无意外,实验者们的表现格外优秀(超过90%正确),尽管要记住的有数千件物品。 如此高的成功率应了长期记忆的巨大存储能力。 然而,最出乎意料的是,实验者们的这些记忆中表现出来的令人惊异的细节水平。 实验者们在区分两张同种物品的图片之间的差别上做的相当不错,即便这种区别极其细微,例如两个只在所放面包薄片上差别微小的烤面包片机。如果并不模糊,为什么我们仍然忘记事情?我们在长期记忆中储存的大量信息归根到底并不是那么不确定的,这项新研究为此提供了引人注目的据。 看起来,我们对曾见过事情的再现实际上是相当详细和精确的。当然,这项发现也提出了显而易见的问题。 如果我们的记忆并非都那么模糊,那为什么我们老是忘记我们所要记住事物的细节呢? 一个解释是,尽管大脑保存了大量不同事件和物品的细节表象,但我们并不是总能在需要的时候把那信息找出来。 就如这次研究所显示的,如果给我们看一个物品,我们大多能够非常精确、准确无误地说出我们之前是否见过它。 然而如果当我们身在玩具店,试着记起儿子想要的生日礼物是什么样的时候,我们就需要能够自动地在记忆中搜索正确——而不是受到视觉上能提醒你的物品的推动。 看来,似乎是这个自动的搜索机制使我们易于受到干扰和健忘。 至少这也是我们没有带着耍功夫的眼镜蛇部队回家的一个借口。 /200811/55456。

With those two tips in mind, here are 30 ways to enjoy life. Pick the ones that work for you:1.Enjoy your meal. Don’t just eat. Taste it and appreciate its richness. 2.Learn to cook. 3.Feel music and not just listen to it. 享受每一顿美食,不要狼吞虎咽,好好地咀嚼。学习烹饪感受音乐 /201001/94918。

Britons on a budget prefer sex to gossipBritons may be tightening their belts to cope with the credit crunch, but their favourite free leisure activity involves whipping off their clothes, a new poll showed Monday.However the overall figure disguised a stark difference between men and women, with female respondents preferring a good gossip to a good time between the sheets.According to the YouGov survey conducted over the Internet, 37 percent of Britons rank having sex at the top of their list of activities that don't cost a penny.That was more than the next three highest options combined -- gossiping with friends (18 percent), window shopping (nine percent) and going to a museum (six percent)."During the credit crunch our famed British upper lip might not be as stiff as before but other parts still are," said Lisa Power, head of policy at the Terrence Higgins Trust, the sexual health charity that commissioned the poll.However, while 53 percent of men ranked sex as number one, only 21 percent of women put sex atop their list, with 28 percent saying they preferred gossiping with friends.It also showed that passion levels may be tied to the cold weather, with 43 percent of Scots rating sex as their favourite freetime activity, compared to 35 percent of Londoners.By contrast, a study by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex concluded that declining house prices in Britain increase the risk of divorce.The YouGov survey interviewed 2,144 people over the Internet between November 21 and 23. 英国人可能正勒紧裤腰带应对眼下的金融危机,但本周一的一项最新民调显示,他们最青睐的休闲活动则可能需要“宽衣解带”。不过男性和女性对这个问题的看法存在显著差别,与“床第之欢”相比,女性受访者更乐意用闲聊打发时光。这项由YouGov调查机构开展的在线调查显示,37%的英国人认为“做爱”是最佳的免费“休闲活动”。这一比例甚至高于其它三个最受欢迎活动的比例之和。这三大活动分别是:与朋友闲聊(18%),逛街(9%)和参观物馆(6%)。委托开展该调查的性健康慈善组织“特伦斯#8226;希金斯信托”的政策部主管莉莎#8226;鲍尔说:“面临眼下的信贷紧缩,英国人可能不如从前沉着,但他们的'性'趣不减。”调查显示,53%的男性认为“做爱”是最佳的休闲活动,而这一比例在受访女性中仅为21%,28%的女性称她们更喜欢与朋友闲聊来打发休闲时光。此外,程度可能还与寒冷的天气有关,43%的苏格兰人认为“做爱”是最好的休闲活动,这一比例在伦敦人中为35%。而艾塞克斯大学社会经济研究所此前开展的一项研究发现,英国房价的下跌增大了人们离婚的风险。此项YouGov调查于上月21日至23日开展,共对2144名网民进行了访问。Vocabulary: between the sheets:床第之间;在床上stiff upper lip: 坚定沉着 /200812/57795。

Boozing into the night might inhibit coherent speech, but a Japanese company bets it will make workers communicate better. And it's even willing to pay for it.Japan General Estate Co said Tuesday it is planning to dole out thousands of dollars a month for its employees to go on the town in a bid to help communication.Japanese companies routinely offer generous expense accounts to entertain clients, but the real estate company is going a step further by subsidising workers' drinking sessions with one another.The company plans to offer managers who supervise 20 or more people up to 300,000 yen (3,000 dollars) a month to take them out. Managers with fewer than 20 workers will get 200,000 yen, a company statement said.After-hours drinking is encouraged in Japanese corporate culture as a way to break the ice in work environments that can be uptight and formal.But critics say the pressure to drink is one of the reasons why Japan's population is declining as men in particular spend little time at home.Japan General Estate said the drinking benefits could alternatively be used for wedding or funeral expenses.The company is known for its unorthodox work policies, such as paying 100,000 yen in benefits every month to employees who do not smoke. 喝酒至深夜可能会导致说话语无伦次,但日本一家公司却认为喝酒可以增进员工间的交流,而且甚至愿意为此买单。日本房地产总公司于本周二表示,公司计划每月为员工提供几千美元的“促进交流”活动经费。日本公司在招待客户方面一向慷慨大方,但这家房地产公司更胜一筹,甚至愿为员工喝酒聚会提供补贴。该公司在一项声明中表示,公司计划为管理20人以上的经理提供每月30万日元(合3000美元)的部门聚餐经费;手下员工不到20人的经理则可领到20万日元的经费。日本的企业文化鼓励员工下班后喝酒聚会,这样可以帮助员工在严肃紧张的工作环境中缓和气氛。但批评人士认为,喝酒应酬是日本人口持续下降的原因之一,特别是男性经常在外应酬,很少有时间在家。日本房地产总公司表示,酒水补贴也可用于婚葬出。该公司一直以其“另类的”员工政策而著名,比如,不吸烟的员工每月可获10万日元的奖金。 /200803/28876。