There are moments in everyone’s life when we are feeling blue and realizing the uselessness of own existence. If you get sucked into this feeling for too long, severe depression is just around the corner. So what’s the cause of apathy and blues? In most cases it has to do with our inability to set right goals for ourselves, which pretty much means we have no idea where we are headed in life.
This sophisticated word has long become a part of our everyday life if not vocabulary. But even those unfamiliar with the word itself procrastinate intensely every single day… 🙂 So let’s discuss this unalienable attribute of modern life – procrastination and see if there are ways to deal with it.
A term “technology-related mental fatigue” entered our lives relatively recently. This condition can arguably be placed among the top diseases of the modern age by the scale of its destructive effects on human body and potential negative ramifications. How to beat this fatigue? And is it at all possible?
Last time we talked about the negative impact multitasking can have on human body. But you cannot really get away from it, as hectic pace of life makes multitasking an integral part of our existence. Therefore, we will talk about ways to minimize the stress.
How many times during the day do you check Facebook, Skype, Instagram, Twitter, VKontakte and Odnoklassniki? How many phone calls do you take during your lunch break? How many donuts can you eat with a cup of tea in front of a TV or computer? By the way, would you be able to remember what those donuts tasted like? Multitasking is an essential attribute of our hectic time. But how justified is our need for multitasking, really?