There is hardly a time in human life when we need good memory more than in our undergraduate years. Under the pressure of deadlines, one may find it really hard to concentrate on memorizing the material. But, luckily, there are multiple memory improvement techniques. In this list, we have gathered memory-boosting tips that work best for students.
Archives for April 2020
You want to do what you love, write. You would like to support yourself and family with your writing. You tried it and slowly went in the hole. Back to the day job. But it’s not a fit. The stress is killing you. You stumble upon the term content marketing writer. Your curiosity is piqued. But is this for you?
While quarantine is a moment filled with uncertainty, you can also seek comfort and joy instead of feeling alone. Instead of worrying about a slower lifestyle, coronavirus, or feeling alone, use your break to pamper yourself, grow your skills, and reconnect with your loved ones. To help you, we have compiled the following suggestions that will keep you busy, productive, and entertained while quarantined.
Physicians diagnose homeless individuals with a higher number of illnesses compared to the housing stable population. Also, housing unstable individuals statistically have much shorter lifespans: about 12 years, on average.
When you add transgender identity to this equation, the numbers look even worse.
COVID-19 has caused life around the world to come to a screeching halt. Realistically, the finish line is in sight and social distancing recommendations and shelter in place orders will likely soon be relaxed in the coming weeks and you’ll once again see life moving forward, so you should start considering now what you’ll do once everyone is allowed out and about again.
The mournful skirling of bagpipes sounds on the television for the vigil which marks the tragic death of 22 neighbours and friends. In Nova Scotia the death of 22 individuals marks us all. Few of us are more than two removes from someone who died or was bereaved by the dreadful murders that marred the peace of our province last weekend.
Research shows that companies that use a couple of specific cultural catalysts — that is, those that use informal emotional approaches to influence behavior — are much more likely to experience lasting change.
As with the current COVID-19 situation, we can best mitigate stressful situations by being prepared, and taking a logical approach to proceedings. We’ll take a look at a few of the key areas in which life tends to produce bumps in the road, and how we can take an effective, strategic, and calm approach to handling them.
The entire world’s economic apparatus is being besieged in China and is unable to extricate itself. It’s not so much a physical as virtual captivity, and not Moscow in flames so much as an entire tinder-dry virtual network waiting for a savvy saboteur or even a clumsy idiot to ignite a conflagration.
States affected by the Coronavirus are announcing school and daycare closures all across the country in an attempt to reduce the spread. While the effort will help to protects our loved ones and others against potential infection, how do you deal with the infectious boredom in your own household?