Lifestyle Archive
  • »Living Well: 10 Expert-Approved Ways to Turn Around A Crappy Day

    Sat 20 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    The worst part of having an off day is the sour mood that inevitably comes along with it.
    Your emotional state becomes less about the critique from your boss or the tiff with your spouse but about everything. It seems like the whole universe is out...
  • »How Shyness Can Help You Take Better Pictures

    Mon 15 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    By Fiona Macdonald (BBC)
    “I was such a shy kid. Anyone who knows me from when I was young can’t believe this is what I do,” laughs the photographer Alec Soth. He says when he started taking portraits after college “it...
  • »Can Athens Become Europe’s New Art Capital?

    Sat 13 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    By Alastair Sooke (BBC)
    Earlier this year, the British artist Michael Landy was dining outside at a restaurant in the Athens neighbourhood of Exarcheia – where the streets, home to anarchists, are thick with graffiti – when he was...
  • »Fifteen Signs That You Are Emotionally Intelligent

    Sun 7 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: People with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70 per cent of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into the...
  • »Four Ways Caffeine Keeps You from Realizing Your Potential

    Sat 6 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    Today’s tip for improving your performance is one of the most simple and straightforward methods I’ve provided thus far. For many people, this tip has the potential to have a bigger impact than any other single action. The catch? You...
  • »There Are Diseases Hidden in Ice, and They’re Waking Up

    Wed 3 May / May 2017. 11:00 PM
    By Jasmin Fox-Skelly (BBC)
    Throughout history, humans have existed side-by-side with bacteria and viruses. From the bubonic plague to smallpox, we have evolved to resist them, and in response they have developed new ways of infecting us.
    We have...
  • »Living Well: You Will Regret These Choices in 10 Years

    Sun 30 April / Apr 2017. 11:00 PM
    Life is short. Youth is finite. You have every opportunity to make the most of the life you have right now. Your choices today will determine the number of regrets you will have in the next ten years.
    The most common regrets you have probably read...
  • »Living Well: 10 Tweaks to Your Morning Routine That Will Transform Your Entire Day

    Sun 30 April / Apr 2017. 01:16 AM
    I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use a little boost in their energy and self-control.
    Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies on energy and self-control. What...
  • »Psychology Explains Why You’re Always Late

    Mon 24 April / Apr 2017. 11:00 PM
    Always running late?
    Despite your best intentions, you show up at least 10 minutes after you say you will. At least you’re dependable, right?
    Chronic lateness isn’t thoughtlessness or “bad subway luck,” it’s a...
  • »20 Years Later, Prince William Is Still In Shock Over Diana’s Death

    Fri 21 April / Apr 2017. 11:00 PM
    The younger members of the British royal family regularly use their platform to spread awareness surrounding mental health. While encouraging others to talk more openly, both Prince William and Prince Harry are also opening up about the death of...
  • »How to Spot a Lying Job Candidate

    Sun 16 April / Apr 2017. 11:00 PM
    By Eric Barton (BBC)
    After some of David Shulman’s friends lost almost everything to financial swindler Bernard Madoff nearly a decade ago, it made him wonder how well we know the people around us, especially at work.
    Could the financial...
  • »As People Age, the Factors that Drive Depression May Shift

    Sat 15 April / Apr 2017. 11:00 PM
    Different types of problems are most likely to afflict people at different times of life, so common risk factors for depression change over the years, too, Dutch researchers say.
    But when a risk factor is uncommon among peers – like widowhood...
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