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Stress And The Body

The Effects of Stress On The Body

Stress doesn’t always announce itself. Though we all know what it’s like to occasionally feel stressed out, ongoing stress can actually store in the body and present itself in an array of symptoms. An inability to concentrate, recurrent headaches and insomnia can all be signs of stress, but sometimes they are not recognized as stress induced. Letting symptoms repeatedly continue without intervention can lead to other issues, like heart disease, high blood pressure and a host of other health problems. This infographic from HeartMath provides a summary of how stress can irritate the body: Many health studies have looked into how stress affects… read more

The App Effect

The App Effect

Children growing up in a media driven culture can be exposed to large amounts of screen time each day, at home and at school. As learning expands and interests form, you may wonder what the effect an app based environment has on learning. Research topics revolving around this area are increasing, and some studies are showing interesting findings. Schools.com has compiled an infographic outlining children’s use of tablets and attitudes revolving around apps. The educational based app arena has seen an upsurge in recent years and according to the Joan Ganz Cooney Center as many as 80% of the paid… read more

Infographic: Feng Shui Your Home

Feng shui infographic

There are a lot of factors that go into choosing your home design and home decor, often style and taste end up playing the biggest roles. However, the ancient Chinese practice of Feng shui dictates that home decor should not only be visually appealing but be carefully designed and placed so as to ensure positive energy. Feng shui is built on the belief that you can alter the energy of your home with your decor and design choices. In turn, these positive energies should translate into success and prosperity in other areas of your life. In this detailed infographic below,… read more

Ninja, Guru or Rockstar? [Infographic]

Ninja Guru Rockstar Infographic

These days, a ninja isn’t necessarily trained in martial arts. According to indeed.com, job postings with the term ‘ninja’ included in the title have grown over 4000% in the last four years. ‘Rockstars’ and ‘gurus’ are also in demand across a range of industries, but don’t be fooled. These archetypes aren’t just one and the same; they each have their own personality traits, both positive and negative. The same applies in the environmental field. Is Al Gore a ‘green guru’ or ‘green rockstar’? What about you? Maybe you go about your business quietly and efficiently like a ninja. Or do… read more