Articles with the tag infographics

Dreams That Changed The World

Dreams are a mystery of the mind, and the stories and images we see when we’re asleep can be powerful and all-consuming. There are various theories on why we dream and it’s a subject that fascinates many. Whilst we often can’t remember our dreams or can easily put them aside when we wake, some dreams […]

How Human Resources Pros Can Help Employees Defeat Imposter Syndrome

It may not be the most glamorous job in the world, but there is an element of flair to working in human resources. People aren’t reducible to simple numbers or even facts, so recruitment requires a certain amount of insight, instinct, and imagination. Human resources professionals need to imagine how each candidate will fit into […]

How Does Bill Gates Stay Inspired? ‘Think Weeks’ in Seclusion

When it comes to productivity and staying inspired, you often hear the suggestion of getting some fresh air or opting for a standing desk. Ask Bill Gates, however, and he’ll tell you to go take a week off in seclusion, free from Wi-Fi and all civilization. Yep, coworkers, friends and even family excluded.

Plant-Based Milk Alternatives

In recent years, milk has come to take on multiple meanings. Made from nuts, seeds and vegetables, plant-based milk alternatives have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years because of their nutritional values and low impact on those with lactose intolerance or digestive disorders. No matter if you are a vegan, vegetarian or are just experiment with a […]

Best Food for Anxiety

Did you know that your gut is actually a type of “second” brain? This is because what we eat has a direct effect on the way the rest of our body feels. It makes sense, the gut is where we absorb nutrients from our food, including around 95 percent of the total serotonin the body […]

The Effects of Music on Exercise [Infographic]

Motivation is a huge factor in exercising, as the more of an incentive that we have towards achieving a fitness goal, the more likely we are to succeed. Everybody’s goals may be different and so might the techniques that are used to motivate us towards those goals.

How to Bounce Back After Getting Laid Off

Maintaining mind and body wellness after getting laid off is of utmost importance. Easier said than done, of course, because getting laid off often provokes feelings of embarrassment, disappointment, and failure.

Tips for Starting That Job You’ve Been Putting Off

It’s very easy to convince yourself to put difficult jobs to one side, and much more difficult to actually get started on them. This might seem like a good short term solution, but in the long run, you’re setting yourself up for trouble. So here are some tips to help you get started on those […]

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers [Infographic]

Caregivers, by their nature, will tend to the needs of others before looking after themselves. However, it’s important that caregivers don’t neglect their own health and wellbeing, or else they are likely to experience burnout and this would impact negatively on the quality of care they provide to patients.

Why Working Outdoors Is Good for You

Do you stay all day indoors at your job? According to a study funded by the EPA, Americans spend 87% of their day indoors. Of all these hours worked, office employees spend 73% of that time sitting down. This means the average American is sitting down inside almost their entire day.