#1 Drink more and more water! When it comes to quit smoking, water is your best friend. Drinking more water can help you beat stress and deal with headache arising in the starting phase of quitting smoking. This way, you’ll stay hydrated as well. #2 just wait & be calm. The urge to smoke lasts… Continue reading 4 simple things you can do to stop smoking
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?
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?
Comfort Zone defined by Lifehacker: “behavioral space where your activities and behaviors fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress and risk“! To be successful in life, we need to do new things & push ourselves outside our comfort zone. Trying new things may feel scary & stressful but it’s a part of long journey… Continue reading Why You Should Not Get Too Comfortable In Life!
When our mind is free, we feel boredom. But in the world of technology, is there any time left when our mind is free & we feel boredom? We guess no! As soon as we’re free from work, we turn to our gadgets to play a game, scroll through our social media wall or just… Continue reading Why Boredom Is Necessary (Especially For Youngsters)?
Simple answer is: when you are on vacation. Yes, you should not post your vacation photos on social media or internet when you are on vacation. Don’t worry. We’ll discuss the safety reason behind it! Social media is an open space & when you post your vacation or travel pics in real time, your friends… Continue reading When You Should NOT Post Your Vacation Pics On Social Media?
Water is the most important thing for survival. It’s much important than even food. A person can survive for about 2 months without food but for just about a week without water. For proper health, it’s important to drink sufficient water to remain hydrated. Institute of Medicine recommend 2.7 liters of water per day for women… Continue reading Most Important Thing For Life?
We all face difficult situations in life but we all deal with them with different perspectives. Some views the same situation from a positive point of view while others make negative feelings out of it. “Is the glass half empty or half full?” best justifies our mindset. You can be optimist (glass half full) or… Continue reading Stress: Real Or Just A State Of Mind?
#1 Go to bed at same time each night #2 Set alarm to buzz at least after 7 hours after you go to sleep #3 At least 4 hours before going to bed, don’t take drinks or food like coffee, tea, spicy foods & other eatables that include caffeine & can keep you awake #4… Continue reading 10 Tips For Better Sleep (These Are Super Easy!)
Now, sharing stuff on social media is part of our daily lives. From morning selfie to breakfast pics to Good Night post, people share ‘lots of things’ and lots of it is just a piece of shit! Sometimes, you share web content on your profiles just to prove that you are reading stuff on the… Continue reading How Much Do You Read Before Sharing? Let’s Check Your Smartness!
While the relation between food and your mood & depression is not clear but the inconclusive research hints that food can play a role in depression & mood development. Study found association of depression with obesity & dietary factors, like people who ate more vitamin-D rich foods had a lower risk of depression. Further, diet… Continue reading Food & Mood : The Connection!