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Best Cloud-Based Tools for a Productive Work Day

By Kayla Matthews   /     Aug 24, 2015  /     Work Productivity  /     2 Comments

Cloud-based applications have become quite popular over the past few years. This can be attributed to the fact that everyone seems to be going mobile, opting to use smartphones and always-connected devices like tablets or laptops. While there are some valid concerns when it comes to cloud-based documents and applications – particularly regarding security – […]

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8 Things to Do Before Bed Tonight

By Kayla Matthews   /     Aug 17, 2015  /     Health Inspiration  /     1 Comment

A good night’s sleep has an ample array of benefits that can truly change your life. For one, quality sleep reduces one’s chance of heart disease. This is in addition to other quality sleep benefits like improved mood, lower risk of injury, clearer thinking and stronger immunity to disease. Unfortunately, falling asleep isn’t always as […]

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Minimalism Tips to Make Your Desk More Zen

By Kayla Matthews   /     Aug 07, 2015  /     Work Productivity  /     1 Comment

Does your mind drift somewhere else every time you sit down to work? Maybe the state of your desk is to blame. According to a 2011 OfficeMax Workspace Organization Survey, 90 percent of Americans believe that disorganization negatively impacts their lives. In particular, 77 percent say that messy desks contribute to their lack of productivity, […]

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Tips to Help You Get Over Guilt, Jealousy or Self-Hate

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 31, 2015  /     Health Inspiration  /     2 Comments

Sometimes we become blinded to our positive attributes, which leaves us soaking in a puddle of negativity. Emotions like jealousy, guilt and self-loathing seep into our skin, getting harder and harder to remove with each passing second. This dark, unpleasant experience is an inevitable part of the human experience. Luckily, there are some things you […]

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