How Your Small Business Can Save Time And Money

Small businesses tend to have productivity issues for a number of reasons. For starters, a small business could have a poor sense of direction due to a lack of experienced leadership. They can frequently change their target audiences or even find themselves developing multiple products at once — instead of focusing on something that their audience [ … ]


Getting Your Life Back After A Head Injury

Your head is arguably the most important part of your body. Containing your brain, this part of you is responsible for controlling not only your thoughts but also your actions. Your body does a very good job of protecting your brain, and it takes quite a lot to damage this vital organ. Head injuries are more common than many people think [ … ]


How Stereotypes Affect Us (And What We Can Do)

African Americans are better at sports. Asians are better at math. Though we outwardly seek and applaud diversity, stereotypes persist. “Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do” investigates the research of Dr. Claude Steele, a social psychologist, on stereotypes — and how, even in a society that [ … ]


Are You Really Hungry?

Take this two-minute test to find out if your body needs food, or if it’s trying to tell you something else. When did you eat your last meal? A. Less than an hour ago. B. One to three hours ago. C. More than four hours ago. Which statement best matches how you feel? [ … ]


Simple Ways for Students to Keep Their Grades Up

When you embark upon a new chapter in your life as a college student, you naturally have high hopes in terms of your education. You probably have every intention of working hard and getting great grades so that you can achieve your goals in terms of your future career. However, things don’t always go to plan [ … ]