New workplaces are more open, against the cubicles of old times. While open office spaces have many advantages like enhanced team collaboration, better connectivity, saving huge dollars in terms of office rent, but more openness means more noisy work environment too. The result is employees are switching to headphones to cover the disturbance in an… Continue reading Why headphones are becoming a necessary work accessory?
Music can work wonders when you are trying to focus on your work so that you can revise in preparation for your exams. In fact, there have been a whole load of studies to see just how effective it can be, we have a few interesting facts on the topic: ⦾ Music makes us productive: When… Continue reading Quick Facts About Music and Study
Coffee makes our brain healthier. As per neuroscience study, coffee has a chemical called ‘phenylindanes’ (only neuroscientist can go further), which help fight some serious brain diseases & neurological disorders causing depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, slowed movements, muscle rigidity, expressionless face, cramped handwriting, trouble getting out of chair, et cetera (technically called Parkinson’s & Alzheimer’s… Continue reading How Coffee Affects Your Brain?
Palm phone is a minimalist phone which is designed to be used as little as possible! In the tech world, where each mobile company is busy finding new ways to keep us hooked to our devices, Palm perhaps is the first phone which want us to cut our time on the phone. Palm mobile, which… Continue reading Palm – A Minimalist Phone of A Credit Card Size! But Why?
Yep! It’s available! World’s largest coffee mug [insanely] can hold upto 5914 ml of coffee, which is roughly equal to what a combined 20 regular coffee mugs can hold (Are you surprised?)! Upto 4 ‘normal’ cups of coffee in a day is considered as safe coffee consumption. More than that can be harmful for health.… Continue reading World’s Largest Coffee Mug & The Best Way To Use It!
Though, being a morning person or late riser is a matter of personal choice (or a matter of DNA, scientifically speaking!), it can reveal a lot about your personality. As per research, If you are a morning lark i.e. you rise early in the early morning & go to bed early at night, you are… Continue reading Morning Lark or Night Owl: 4 Things Each Type Reveals About Your Personality!
Many people say: “Saying yes is a good approach”. Is it really? We don’t think so. Saying “yes” means devotion of more & more time to things you say “yes” for! We all have 24 hours. We can’t increase that number. If you say yes to everything, you’re left with very little time to do… Continue reading Why Saying “No” More Often Is A Good Approach?
To put it in simple terms, only zero alcohol consumption is safe level of alcohol consumption! Global study has found that no glass of wine is healthy, not even that single one, that you consider as “healthy drink”, as it increases the risk of cancer & other health issues that outweigh the benefits you get… Continue reading What’s The Safe Level Of Alcohol Consumption?
Even in 21st century modern age, talking about our mental problems is considered as stigma while it’s a simple health problem like any other health problems. Anyway, you want a good mental health. Right? Okay. Just do ABC – “Act-Belong-Commit” mental health workout! It’s a simple DIY workout for good mental health. “Act” here means… Continue reading Want Good Mental Health? Do ABC Workout!
Answer to this question is simple: It depends! It depends on what are you obsessed with. If you are obsessed with good things – good for you. If you are obsessed with bad things – bad for you. Perseverance is the key to be successful and obsession can be seen as one of the forms… Continue reading Obsession: Good or Bad?
Office & Ties – we all know that the two goes together traditionally in western world & now the “tie-culture” is everywhere. Tie has become part of daily working life. Some think that it’s a tradition that needs to be followed, some think tie gets them more respect, some think that wearing a tie makes… Continue reading Why Going “Tie-Free” Is A Good & Smart Idea?
Yes, Social Media is no longer tax free service in Uganda. With effect from 1st July 2018, Uganda Citizens (“Ugandans”) have to pay tax for using social media services like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Skype et cetera. This tax was imposed to regulate the social media use of Ugandans as excessive social media use was costing… Continue reading Cheers! Tax On Social Media In Uganda Is In Effect Now!