Loving Soul, Happy Spirit
We Are What We Eat
Mind What Matters
Our Better Versions
Traversing The Purpose In Life
Our Social Bridge
Mind and Matter
Are you getting overly connected?
In recent years, the worldwide percentage of smartphone owners and users has increased steadily. With features including, among others, communication, Internet, and multimedia, smartphones—not least because of their convenience —have several benefits such as productivity enhancement,....
Soul and Spirit
Attachment Theory in Grief
The late British psychiatrist, John Bowlby, came up with the attachment theory to conceptualise the tendency in human beings to create strong affectionate bonds with others, and a way to understand the strong emotional reaction that occurs when those bonds are threatened or broken... continue reading
Food and Fettle
If according to the 5% out of 2000 calories eaten per day, that is a mere 100 calories! Approximately, a slice of bread, as example. For those who ate approximately 70% of their calories from ultra processed food were 50% likely to have a less ideal cardiovascular health.... continue reading
Physique and Physiology
Strength Training - Are You Doing Enough
Resistance training is to improve muscle fitness by exercising a muscle or a muscle group against external resistance. American College of Sports Medicine recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity in a week. Moderate-intensity activity guide is that it makes you work hard enough to break a sweat, but still able to carry on a conversation.... continue reading
Intellect and Intuition
Reducing Food Waste, Saving The Environment
Food waste, a growing problem that affects corporations, hospitals, schools, restaurants and individual households. It is having an increasing negative impact on the global environment.Food waste includes any food that is discarded during processing, handling, storage, preparation, cooking and serving... continue reading
Communication and Comprehension
Social Media Habits and Job Selection
Employment is thought to be more enjoyable and beneficial to individuals and society when there is alignment between the person and the occupation. Understanding the key personality of different roles could be the key to matching a person and the ideal occupation. For instance, software programmer and scientists tend to be more open to experience, while sports players tend to be more conscientious and agreeable.
... continue reading