Human beings are not made to be locked inside a cubicle all day. We are biologically built to move around and get in touch with the outdoors. Our bodies need to experience changes in air, temperature, and scenery to interrupt the stagnant office environment.
Most construction work, as we know, takes place outdoors. While it is hard work, studies have shown a wide range of benefits when you work among trees, fresh air, and sunlight, including increased creativity, productivity, and positivity. This explains why we often feel at peace when gazing at scenic landscapes and greenery. Companies like Google have realized this and incorporated nature into their office environments to improve their employees’ performance.
However, many jobs, including those in construction, take place at a desk. To show the benefits of bringing your desk outside, BigRentz created an infographic that covers the dangers of a desk job and the science-backed benefits of working outdoors.
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Good water is the purest, most wonderful thing you can do for your body! (Well, top three at least…)
Our bodies are around 60% water in total, more so in specific parts such as the blood (90% water) and cartilage (80%). So it’s very easy to dehydrate yourself – and very harmful when you do so.
Spin it around though, and if you hit the 3-4 liters per day that your body requires, you will instantly feel better. Drinking a decent amount of water each day can help your digestion, your skin, and your anxiety. And it can help you to focus, which makes those meditation sessions even more rewarding.
The tricky thing is figuring how to get more water into your life. But it’s just about good habits. This visual guide provides eight easy ways to drink more water. Get it down, and you can start enjoying a purer, more lubricated lifestyle!
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Self improvement is a popular topic and it is also important to focus on inward development. Incorporating minor changes to your routine can elevate your creative output and increase productivity throughout the year.
These tips for maximizing creativity were compiled by a variety of experts and psychologists. Read the simple suggestions below to improve your daily routine and inspire more innovation.
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Staying organized has incredible benefits–many of them backed by science! Being organized reduces stress, helps you eat better and stick to your fitness goals, boost productivity, and even helps you sleep better!
Organization is important in every facet of your life. Staying organized at home has been shown to reduce stress and lead to a happier home life. An organized work day can lead to better output and productivity. Keeping your family organized can set your children up for higher pay and more success in the workplace. Organizing your meals can help you make healthier decisions and stick to your fitness goals. Staying organized in your social life can help you manage the time you have to foster better relationships.
In this infographic, Simply Self Storage lists 25 hacks for organizing your life. If you implement one or two a week, they will become habit in no time. Make this the year the best one yet!
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