Some people have either been diagnosed — or have a sneaking, yet undiagnosed suspicion — that they’re living with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is more colloquially referred to as the winter blues. Regardless of your age, your lifestyle or your professional career, you could at any point begin to feel less motivated, lack energy and generally feel lower when the nights draw in and the temperature drops. Continue reading The Top 4 Ways to Fight Off the Winter Blues→
Often, it seems like the pace of modern life is frantic, with little room for rest and relaxation. Those of working age can find that their weeks consist of juggling a multitude of tasks in the workplace, with little time to take breaks between activities, allowing one to refocus and maintain concentration across the day. After a busy day, the desire to simply relax on the couch and opt for a take-out meal can be overwhelming — but this doesn’t promote healthy living. It’s vitally important that everyone take meaningful steps to live the healthiest life possible. Continue reading Three Top Tips to Live a Healthier Life→
Imagine being part of a thrilling real-life adventure game where you’re locked in a room filled with puzzles and riddles to solve.
That’s the fascinating world of escape rooms. These immersive physical games test your mettle as they force you to think on your feet and unravel mysteries under pressure. Continue reading Creative Clue Solving: Artistry in Escape Room Games→
Art therapy is an excellent activity that may significantly improve students’ well-being and emotional expressiveness. Students can use art to communicate and express themselves nonverbally and in a positive manner. This article will go through the benefits of art therapy for student well-being, different approaches, and practical techniques for introducing art therapy into educational environments. Continue reading Art Therapy for Student Well-Being and Emotional Expression→
For patients suffering from dementia, the benefits of listening to music are significant, both for quality of life and for improving cognizance and lucidity. The design of this Simple Music Player (2014) — a pre-loaded MP3 player — is radically simplified for ease of operation, and it appears non-threatening and recognizably familiar. Continue reading Eye On Design: Simple Music Player for Dementia Patients→