When it comes to clutter, there are several types that can pollute our space, productivity, and, ultimately, our lives. Of the many types of messes we accumulate, digital clutter rarely gets the attention it deserves.
However, with remote work here to stay and devices increasingly being part of our daily lifestyles, purging ourselves of unneeded stimuli online is more important than ever. Having devices inundated with data, apps and documents can impact your health, productivity and even put your personal information at risk.
This infographic by The Zebra shows the benefits of renovating your digital space + 5 ways to practice digital minimalism as well as some apps for organizing.
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With a global pandemic still causing a fair share of commotion, we must continue to keep a careful eye on our health. The sickness itself, along with feelings of isolation, can cause us both physical and mental pain, and the proper precautions must be taken to stop these ailments in their tracks.
While humans need to stay healthy and strong, the same goes for the planet earth. Dangerous carbon emissions and the waste produced by humans continue to harm our environment. If you care about your health and the environment, then you may be surprised to learn that you can improve both at the same time! Below we will talk about how to take care of yourself and our planet simultaneously.
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How Light Affects Humans
Did you know that both natural and artificial light, which is light emitted from light bulbs, can affect your physical and mental health? In fact, according to one Harvard study, people need 10 to 15 minutes of sun exposure each day. This sun exposure helps your body get Vitamin D and can help improve your mood.
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Sleep hygiene is an important part of maintaining healthy sleep and improving sleep quality. Research and studies have identified habits and behaviors, or sleep hygiene, that help you get the sleep you’ve always wanted. With one in three adults in the U.S. not getting enough sleep, according to the CDC, sleep hygiene is an important aspect of our health many aren’t giving
Achieving sleep hygiene takes work and practice. Here are a few tips to start good habits to improve, or establish your sleep hygiene in the infographic below.
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John Oliver discusses PFAS — a class of chemicals linked to an array of health issues — and why their widespread use isn’t as magical as it may seem.