12 Things to Do Alone

In the land of social media, it can sometimes feel like you are the only one in the world who isn’t part of #TeamTaken. Still, whether you are single or coupled up, doing things alone is an essential for everyone. Not only because partaking in activities all by your lonesome is a good way to get to know yourself, it’s also good for your soul.

It’s Not You, It’s Me: How to Break Up with Your Smartphone

In the last 15 years, smartphones have become a necessary tool as basic as a car or wallet. While this convenience is an undeniable benefit, our continued dependence on smartphones is becoming an issue.

Less is More: How to Go Zero Waste

Each week, our trash gets conveniently carried away. We don’t have to think about the garbage we’re personally producing. However, the average American creates around 4.4 pounds of trash every single day.

Get Your House in Order: Spring Cleaning Tips

The phrase “spring cleaning” can inspire a wide variety of feelings. For some, a busy day of cleaning is the most rewarding feeling. For others, spring cleaning is a necessary burden, a slog they can’t wait to finish.

Don’t Puke: The Psychology of Competitive Eating

For anyone that has taken the time to watch a competitive eating challenge either on television or in-person, the idea of doing that ourselves has likely pass through our brain waves. Maybe you feel as if you could completely dominate a pizza-eating competition. Or maybe corn on the cob, or pie, or any number of other food items.

Blast Processing: How to Introduce Your Children to Video Games

To say that video games are divisive is the understatement of the century. You either love them for their entertainment value, storytelling mechanics, and constant innovation, or you shun them as time wasters that warp the minds of the youth. Whatever you believe, the first step towards safeguarding your children from inappropriate material is education and vigilance! That’s where we come in.

A Good Night’s Sleep: A Guide to Sleep Cycles

The average person spends a third of their life counting sheep. That’s a heck of a lot of time spent incapacitated. And though it may seem as if time “tucked-in” is time wasted, the research begs to differ. It’s true! A healthy body and a healthy mind depend on healthy sleeping habits, but you know that already. What you may not know is that your “down in the evening, up in the morning” sleep strategy is but one example.