Often in life, when we’re faced with loss or crisis, we feel the need to add something. However, doing this often compounds our unhappiness, as we discover that the distraction doesn’t solve the issue.
As most recently espoused by the cake-brandishing Tina Fey, the art of letting go is an important aspect of our mental health. But that doesn’t mean you don’t care; in fact, it means the opposite.
The findings of a recent study has discovered the link between a sense of smell and the rolls under one’s chin. In fact, the better it smells, the less calories we burn.
Text-related injury is a real thing. One leading UK University has discovered that the way we walk while texting is putting our bodies under a geriatric level of strain.
There’s a school of thought that pushes you to eliminate suffering; but in the real world, we cannot avoid it. Would you rather suffer in the aid of something you want? Or would you rather miss out?
We, the anxious Millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered, and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
A study has suggested that the more muscle a man has, the more likely he is to be sexist. After conducting my own field research by polishing my own guns, I will have to agree.
The recent tragedy of Chris Cornell taking his own life highlights a greater issue. As the rates of suicide grow, I’m wondering if it’s a condition of the society we built and one we won’t shake.
It’s an eternal question wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a kebab wrapper. Can you eat before you exercise and still get results?