Month: August 2017

99+ Funny Pics That Perfectly Sum Up Office Life

99+ Funny Pics That Perfectly Sum Up Office Life

Funny, Homepage featured
People Are Starting To Comment On How Late I Stay At The Office source My Coworker Keeps On Placing His Foot Under Our Divider, So I Added Some Googly Eyes source There’s Only One Guy Who Works In My Office So We Changed The Men’s Bathroom Sign source The People In My Office Just Couldn’t Help Themselves source Office Safari. That’s A Thing source A Friend Put Hand Lotion On Some Coworkers’ Office Door Handles Yesterday. This Is Where He Found His Desk This Morning source My Coworker Decided He Wanted A Standing Desk source This Is In The Office Bathroom Where I Work source My Coworker Spilled Wine In The Office So I Turned It Into A Spazzy Cat, He Loved It source A Coworker Got Tired Of People Asking Where Ed Is source A Coworker Put This On My Keurig source My Friend May Have
This Baby Has To Wear A Helmet So Guess What The Whole Family Decided To Do

This Baby Has To Wear A Helmet So Guess What The Whole Family Decided To Do

700-page, Homepage featured, Parenting
When 4-month-old Jonas Gutierrez from San Antonio, Texas, was forced to wear a helmet after being diagnosed with Plagiocephaly, his family didn’t want him to feel any different from the rest of them, so they came up with the sweetest way to show their solidarity – they all decided to wear helmets too!Show Full Text Otherwise known as flat head syndrome, Plagiocephaly occurs when the skull plates fuse incorrectly. “He had an oversized head in the womb, and he sleeps really well, but he sleeps on that one spot,” Gary Gutierrez, Jonas’s father, told ABC News. “He was constantly sleeping on it so it just kept getting worse.” Because of this, doctors fitted Jonas with a helmet to reshape his head, something he’ll have to wear from three to six months. But when his three-year-old sister decided
Woman’s Unexpected Reaction To Crying Baby On Plane Goes Viral, And Everyone Must Read It

Woman’s Unexpected Reaction To Crying Baby On Plane Goes Viral, And Everyone Must Read It

700-page, Homepage featured, Parenting
Flying next to a screaming kid is bad, but it’s even worse if the kid is yours. A mom named Kesha Bernard was flying from Seattle to Denver on July 29th when she noticed a woman travelling alone with three kids, and struggling to keep them all happy – most notably her fussy three-year-old daughter.Show Full Text To make matters worse, take-off was delayed, making the plane full of grumpy passengers even less patient with the overwhelmed family. Bernard just couldn’t bear to stand by and watch the poor woman suffer, especially after witnessing a shockingly abusive act by another passenger. She stepped in to offer what the rest of the plane seemed to have forgotten the meaning of – compassion. After sharing her story on Facebook, Bernard went viral, and has now earned over 193 thousand likes
10+ Finalists Of The World’s Largest Photography Competition

10+ Finalists Of The World’s Largest Photography Competition

Architecture, full-page, Homepage featured, Photography
By Marc Leppin – The Great Outdoors source By Masaki Sato – The Great Outdoors source By Pau Buscató – The Street Photographer source By Yicheng Xiao – The Great Outdoors source By Xiao Han – The Great Outdoors source By Guiga Pirá – The Great Outdoors source By Anthony Castro – The Great Outdoors source By Justin Edward Okoye – The Great Outdoors source By Simon – The Great Outdoors source By Kimberly Dela Cruz – The Photojournalist source By Maciej Dakowicz- The Street Photographer source By Md. Enaul Kabir – The Photojournalist source By Uta Lauterbach – The Portraitist source By Denise Kwong – The Photojournalist source By Michael Shauer – The Great Outdoors source By Angkul – The Street Photographer source By Tim Gaweco – The Photojournalist source By Michael Moeller
Turn off These 6 Dangerous Inner Dialogues That Kills Your Brain Power

Turn off These 6 Dangerous Inner Dialogues That Kills Your Brain Power

Psychology
Have you ever had an internal dialogue playing on loop in your brain? Your mind seems to be always working even when things are quiet. We don’t only use this dialogue to solve problems, we also spend part of our time having an internal conversation with ourselves. We have a world happening inside our heads replete with catch phrases and mantras. Most of us don’t even realize that we’re having this conversation. Michael Singer, author of The Untethered Soul, likens this mental chatter to our “inner roommate.” Your inner roommate is the voice in the back of your head narrating your life for you. This voice might be offering you positive affirmations such as, “I am strong and capable,” or “I can handle change.” This voice could also have catch phrases like, “I’m not good enough,
Why You Always Feel So Tired Even After Rest

Why You Always Feel So Tired Even After Rest

Health, Lifestyle
I used to go home just lying on sofa after work to take rest. Later as I want more time for self-improvement I start to do something else like exercising and reading books. To my surprise, I don’t feel more tired. It actually makes me feel more refreshed. And when I look into what “rest” really is, I found that it’s a poorly understood subject, and that’s why many people often feel so tired even if they “rest” a lot. Letting your mind run free is the quickest path to exhaustion Most people tend to define rest as: Lounging on the sofa or laying in bed Doing nothing (is that even possible?) “Netflix and chill” Not doing chores And while your body is in a relaxed posture your mind isn’t. Rest is a mental activity, not just a physical one.  When you engage in the activities like those in the l
Colorful Reproductions of Vintage Camera in Paper

Colorful Reproductions of Vintage Camera in Paper

Design
Artist Lee Jihee is behing beautiful paper art creations. He imagined the reproduction of vintage cameras. Detail perfectly reproduced, highlighted objects. Cameras like the Rolleiflex, the Leica IIIf Red Dial or le Nikon FA Gold put in the light again with the artist’s talent. Author: Léa Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
What Recruiters Wish You Knew About Writing Resume

What Recruiters Wish You Knew About Writing Resume

Productivity
The most common stat on “amount of time recruiters look at a resume” is six seconds,[1] although it’s probably somewhere between those six seconds and 15 seconds on the high end.[2] Regardless: it’s not a lot of time. Your ability to advance in your dream job search starts with a process that takes less than the time it takes to scramble eggs (and significantly less, too). Because of the 6-15 second screenings, your resume needs a different approach. For years, the conventional narrative was facts: job titles, tenures, education, etc. Now a resume needs to be more. It needs to be a narrative, because a narrative will convey who you are. Facts can’t do that. Employers want to know who you are — and whether that person is someone they’d want. In those 15 seconds, then, you need
How to Read 10X Faster and Retain More

How to Read 10X Faster and Retain More

Productivity
Reading is a profound human ability, and its one that doesn’t receive enough attention these days. We expect everything to come to us quickly, and information is no exception. At this point, most people are scrolling and surfing instead of actually reading. According to a study by the Pew Research Center,[1] around 26% of adults in America didn’t pick up a book at all in 2016. When we mindlessly scroll, we aren’t learning in the same way that we do when we read. Avid readers experience decreased anxiety when they get lost in a book, and reading builds empathy.[2] There are plenty of reasons to crack open a book on a frequent basis, if you want to know more you can readReading With Purpose Can Change Your Life. Reading doesn’t have to be a slow process. If you think that readi