It’s been backed by research. Working your body’s muscles can benefit your thinking. If you won't do it for your cardiovascular health, then at least think of your brain cells.
You’ve been sliding through the day and wonder where your attention has got to. You feel like you could receive an Award for Excellence in Self-distraction, if there was one. Maybe it’s time you had a go at one of those apps for increasing focus and productivity at work.
Cover letter. A two-letter word dreaded by many, inundated with rules and exceptions that vary from recipient to recipient. This is even more true for workplaces where the right hemisphere is more engaged.
We’ve already covered a bunch of alternatives to the daily habits previously. Now let’s take a look at some other examples how we can take the edge off these hectic times.
Whenever we engage in our favourite addictive activity, we get that uncomfortable feeling of drifting further from our goals and aspirations. And it’s so hard to break the circle that, in some cases, cold turkey and simply resisting your cravings may not be enough.
Here are some tips that can help you circumnavigate the unpredictable and exciting world of the arts industry.
Is it necessary to go through the trials and tribulations of finding the perfect back-up plan? Let’s take a look at some reasons why this type of thinking might be obsolete.
Although there are dozens of telecommuting jobs around, let’s focus on some of the most convenient and promising ones.
How can you cope with the pressures of modern life and avoid potential burnout? Here's some advice for millennials.