Lifestyle Archive
  • »Culture: The Mystical Poet Who Can Better Your Life

    Thu 12 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    By Daniel Ladinsky (BBC)
    Shams-ud-din Muhammad Hafiz (c. 1320-1389) is one of the most beloved poets of the Persians, and is considered by many – from different cultures – to be one of the seven literary wonders of the world. Ralph...
  • »Living Well: 10 Powerful Ways To Create Your Own Happiness

    Mon 9 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    Happiness comes in so many different forms that it can be hard to grasp. Unhappiness, on the other hand, is easy to identify; you know it when you see it, and you definitely know when it’s taken ahold of you.
    And let’s face it,...
  • »Healthy Living: Not Liking Music Is an Actual Neurological Condition

    Sun 8 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    Many people consider music to be one of life’s greatest pleasures. Others find it... meh.
    An aversion to music of any kind might seem on par with disliking puppies, ice cream or sunshine, but not everyone gets a kick from jamming out to the...
  • »Living Well: 6 Ways to Make Your Life Better in 2017

    Sat 7 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    Fresh year, fresh start right? Even if you have been slacking on your brand new resolutions this week, there is still plenty of time to get back on track. If you’re like most people, your yearly goals are focused on things that will help make...
  • »Living Well: Tired of Being Tired? How to Re-Energize and Be Happy

    Thu 5 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    You’re tired. You’re exhausted from the moment you get up in the morning. It feels like you’ve been ploughing the field with a fork. You’re working too hard and not getting enough done. This can get a person down, especially...
  • »Success: How the Most Successful People Deal With Their Weaknesses

    Wed 4 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    Is it better to focus on your strengths or on your weaknesses? Originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.
    Answer by Max Lukominskyi, CMO at Sliceplanner, on...
  • »Healthy Living: Mysterious Marijuana-Related Illness

    Tue 3 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    A mysterious marijuana-related illness is popping up with increasing frequency in hospital emergency rooms, particularly in states where cannabis is now legal.
    The symptoms are severe abdominal pain and violent vomiting — and most doctors are...
  • »Living Well: 7 Psychiatrist-Backed Tips to Help You Manage Anxiety

    Mon 2 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    People with anxiety disorders often face a sense of worry or dread and spend hours ruminating over worst case scenarios, which can get in the way of professional goals, personal relationships and a good quality of life. But there are ways to cope....
  • »Living Well: Everything You Need to Know about New Year’s Resolutions

    Sun 1 January / Jan 2017. 01:00 AM
    Statistically speaking, New Year’s resolutions are a losing game. A whopping 92 per cent of people who set resolutions don’t succeed, according to University of Scranton research.
    Still, that doesn’t mean that the start of a new...
  • »Living Well: The Key to Making Good on Your New Year’s Resolutions

    Thu 29 December / Dec 2016. 01:00 AM
    Here we are again at the start of a new year. Whether or not you have taken the time to think in depth about your goals and aspirations for the next 12 months, a new chapter is starting for everyone. What do you want to accomplish in 2017? What are...
  • »Living Well: 10 Must-Know Tips for Achieving New Year’s Resolutions

    Wed 28 December / Dec 2016. 01:00 AM
    Christmas is over. The next thing on everyone’s list: the New Year, and that means New Year’s resolutions. How many times have you heard people say they’re going to lose weight and get fit? Or what about that they’re going to...
  • »Living Well: Our Brains Are Guided More By Empathy Than Selfishness

    Tue 27 December / Dec 2016. 01:00 AM
    As the year winds to a close, gifts and giving are foremost in many people’s minds. And now, two new neuroscience studies suggest that our brains prompt us to act more like Santa than Scrooge.
    In one study, researchers scanned...
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