Consumers today are very different, at least that seems apparent with a recent study. Whether it's a bar, hotel, car repair shop or anything in between, the internet is a common place to find where you're wanting to go and then making the trip.
Adulting. It’s a term that has apparently increased in usage by over 700% in the last year on social media site Twitter. It’s exact origins can’t be attributed to anywhere or anyone in particular; it’s just one of those words that seems to fit the description accordingly.
We, women, have a knack for making even the smallest of things seem big enough, dragging us to a life or death circumstance even if, truthfully, it’s not necessary. Oh, drama! We crave it and we embrace it, and our soles aren’t exempted at all.
Meditation might remind you of monks sitting on the floor for hours without opening their eyes. It might look boring and vague to you: a practice that doesn’t have many benefits. But nothing could be further from the truth.
Crohn’s Disease is one of those chronic conditions that tends to change your entire life. It doesn’t define who you are, but it does need constant attention because it is a condition particularly sensitive to the lifestyle choices you make, that includes eating and drinking.
Since we spend so much of our time at work, nobody likes to think that this essential part of life could be adversely affecting our health. But the truth is that no matter what job you have, it carries a degree of risk that your health is under threat. Being aware of these risks is the first step towards working out what you can do about them. Here are the top five reasons why your job may be bad for you.
While Selfies i.e. taking pictures of yourself and posting them on social media have been hailed as the best thing since sliced bread, they've also been touted as the ultimate act of narcissism as thousands of teenage girls pout in front of a mirror.
Multinational companies are usually perceived as dull and unattractive. The communication is stiff, tasks are assigned not discussed, and the environment is very strict and conservative, leaving little room to creativity. As a result, most people are dreaming of landing a job in a small company, preferably a start-up with a flexible and dynamic culture.
Everyone has a bad day now and again. But being a bad mood because you missed the bus to work, dropped your lunch and got caught in the rain on the way home is very different to having the clinical condition called depression. Depression is something a lot more serious, and it can affect your quality of life and even your life expectancy. But what is depression and what can you do about it? Read on to find out.