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Staying Connected Holds You Back from Real Life

As much as tech giants and social media platforms want us in, they don't tell us that staying connected may not be such a...

A Link Between Mind Wandering, Giving Up

People whose minds tend to wander are less likely to stick to their long-term goals, according to new research led by the University of...

How to Make Money Online

Rest assured, "How to make money online without upfront investment" is not a question without answer. However, you will not find many job listings...

How to Deal with Social Media Burnout

A new disease or rather a syndrome, recently has emerged and it is called social media burnout. One of the symptoms is bright light...

How to work from home and look good doing it

In the last decade, the mobile workforce has increased by more than 100 percent—not that surprising when we consider the abundant improvement in technology...

The Weekend Effect: Happier Regardless Who You Are

From construction laborers and secretaries to physicians and lawyers, people experience better moods, greater vitality, and fewer aches and pains from the end of...

Five Good Books on Starting Business

If you have reached this page, you most probably have made up your mind about starting a business on your own. But that was...

How to Balance Stress at Work and Stay Productive

Life has become more demanding than ever in every aspect. Many of us struggle to match the constantly increasing expectations to do more with...

Understanding Money Reduces Worry about Old Age

People who possess a greater understanding of finance are less likely to fret about life in their twilight years. It seems financial literacy -- the...

‘Positive Computing’ – Snapping Selfies Makes People Happier

Regularly snapping selfies with your smartphone and sharing photos with your friends can help make you a happier person, according to computer scientists at...

Your Smartphone Makes You Dumber

New research indicates that our cognitive capacity is reduced whenever our phones are within reach—whether it’s turned on or off. Adrian Ward and coauthors conducted...

Using Money to Buy Time Boosts Life Satisfaction

Using money to buy free time, such as paying to delegate household chores like cleaning and cooking, is linked to greater life satisfaction. New research...

How and Why Adult Coloring Books Are So Popular

Have you noticed that almost every year, there are new trends among the bestselling book tiles. Some of the most recent book themes with...

The Secret to Being Cool: Try Smiling

For many people, one of the unspoken rules for being cool is maintaining an emotionally inexpressive attitude. This message is reinforced through advertisements where...

Recession Effects on Families; Tips for Survival

Surviving recession is a true hardship for ordinary people. This group in most countries is quite large and often consists of 80% or 90%...

How to Motivate Yourself at Work

When you work for yourself, it can be difficult to remain motivated every hour of every working day. Especially when you don’t have someone...

Non-financial Assets Key to Long Life

Non-financial assets key to 100-year life, according to London Business School expert Investing in non-financial assets such as friends and family is crucial to living...

Your Face Can Tell Whether You Are Rich or Poor

Put on a happy face, your success may depend on it, suggests a study by psychology researchers at the University of Toronto's Faculty of...