Monthly Archives: March 2014

Conversation App to Boost Child’s Language Skills

Conversation App to Boost Child’s Language Skills

How often do you let your child play games on your smartphone? Probably quite often. Some might say that they even already bought their child an iPhone or some form of tablet. Well, forget the games that you’re letting your child play – Flappy Bird, Angry Bird, and all sorts of birds out there – […]

Intense Studying Will Harm Workouts

Intense Studying Will Harm Workouts

  A frequent thing you’ll hear in the gym is ”mind over body” – meaning that when the body is exhausted, the mind can keep it going for longer than you think it can. It’s a remarkable feat, and readers that frequently go to gym can attest that they can keep going with motivation in […]

Watching TV Rots Your Child’s Developing Brain

Watching TV Rots Your Child’s Developing Brain

  One of the most controversial topics of debate among soon-to-be mothers, new mothers, and already existing mothers are whether there is any effects, positive or negative, to allowing your child time on the television. I, myself, was part of the TV generation, watching TV as I grew up – the likes of Barney the […]

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 3

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 3

  Continued from Part 2         In the technological era where everyone is always connected, how is the internet affecting us and our brains? Are there slight dangers to being constantly online, or are there some deep, dark things that we’re just unaware about? Follow our three-part article to get this exclusive information. The Internet causes […]

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 2

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 2

  Continued from Part 1         In the technological era where everyone is always connected, how is the internet affecting us and our brains? Are there slight dangers to being constantly online, or are there some deep, dark things that we’re just unaware about? Follow our three-part article to get some exclusive information. The Internet makes […]

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 1

The Internet’s Effects on the Brain: Part 1

  The average American spends 23 hours on average on the internet. Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, email – there are countless things that we’re doing on the internet, and doing so, we’re allowing our computers take control of our everyday lives. Think about it – a lot of things that you do in everyday revolve […]

Can ADD be prevented?

Can ADD be prevented?

  A Google search on ADHD will reveal a lot of results concerning tips, cures, and ways to cope with ADD better. We’re not saying that the information out there is in any way bad or misleading. In fact, there are many great articles out there on the internet on how to deal with ADD. […]

The 7 Steps to Effective Brainstorming

The 7 Steps to Effective Brainstorming

  Everyone always has problems concerning of brainstorming – it’s time consuming and it’s exhausting. Why would you even want to do it? When a good idea comes, it’ll hit you, and you won’t need to think about it, right? Well, actually, brainstorming can actually be a highly effective tool to your productivity, focus, and […]

Creative People Are Liars

Creative People Are Liars

  It seems as if there’s new research that suggests that dishonesty and creativity are one of the same kind. So, if you’re an extremely creative person, you might also be a chronic liar. The new findings from Harvard Business School was published in Psychological Science. Apparently, the study suggests that there is a very […]