Time management is something that everyone believes they could be doing better. I find myself, every week, feeling like I could have done more or that I could have been more productive. Even though I have succeeded in many aspects and hit many other goals in that week, it always feels like I should have done more.[Read more…] about What’s on your to-do list? And WHY? | Real Time Management
I’ve noticed recently that, especially as we gradually get back to normal life, that nostalgia has played heavily in the latest trends and what we anticipate for the future.[Read more…] about Nostalgia is a trend? How is that possible?
As usual, I’m always happy to see constant new research and studies published linking social media and our mental health or societal expectations.[Read more…] about What is the TRUE relation between social media and mental health?
Clickbait is hard to ignore and is used globally. It’s ingenious as you don’t even know you are looking at it until you are already sucked in and gawping at what a celebrity supposedly did or what the new superfood is.
What is fascinating about it is that they primarily use psychology to work. The psychology behind it is the main reason that you have to click on what you have been baited, and it uses many techniques to do this.[Read more…] about Exposing Clickbait: Why Does it Work?
Oppression vs Money vs power vs strength. It’s all a personal battlefield.
An important topic came to my attention after discussing Japan’s Butler Cafe’s for The Metro.
It is a fine-dining experience taken to another level. Within the experience, you are not only given delicious, a la carte meals, but you also become the master of the house. The waiters are your personal butlers, you are given a warm welcome home when you arrive and told a run-down of your busy schedule as you eat involving tennis with a celebrity, your meeting with royalty, and your day at the races.][Read more…] about Oppression vs Money vs Power | Butler Cafe