Saving money is a habit we should all embrace. Obviously that means not wasting your hard-earned pounds on things that don’t provide or maintain much value. These kind of wage wasters are everywhere. Use this list to help you keep an eye out for things to avoid! 1. Bottled Water […]
Today when someone goes outside to “get some fresh air,” what they may actually mean is that they need to refocus and clear their mind. The origins of this idiom date back to over a century ago. In the early days of interior design, it was commonplace for lead to […]
Understanding different personalities is becoming increasingly important in the world of business, as we come to appreciate what blend makes a good team. It’s also useful for each of us to have a better understanding of our own personality type and what that means for us. It helps us learn […]
Sticking to a budget has always been a challenge for generations before us, but one might argue that it’s tougher now than ever. With constant access to online shopping, one-click app purchases and quick debit card swipes, technology has made it all too easy to splurge and derail your budget. […]
We’ve debunked some of the most common myths surrounding diet and weight loss to help make sure you’re on the right path and start seeing progress on the scale.
It’s probably no surprise that the human mind has a tendency to wander. Scientific research has discovered that this trait is almost ubiquitous among humans, and most of us experience it regularly.. While the neural basis for mind wandering remained something of a mystery until recently, research has begun to […]
If you’re trying to get fit, lose weight and be healthier, setting up a regular exercise regimen is important. But just working out regularly isn’t enough — unless your programme is properly designed to achieve your goals, you could just be wasting your time! Read on to learn six missteps to […]
Travel is a rewarding experience like little else. A study by psychologists Amit Kumar, Thomas Gilovich and Matthew Killingsworth suggests that money spent on doing (experiential purchases) versus money spent on having (material purchases) provides more joy and enduring happiness over time.1 The delight of exploring a new place is so unique. Sometimes the need for a secluded relaxing environment or the adrenaline rush of trying something new can only happen when you’re travelling. Craving a new adventure?