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smartphone party games

It’s a scourge of society: social gatherings that have no life because everyone is on their phone. Parties stink when people aren’t engaging with each other. The solution might be found in a new slew of hilarious party games that connect everyone via their smartphones and a TV. Here we outline some of the games …

By Caitlin Schille Parents, teachers, pediatricians, and just about anybody else who spends time with children rails about the evils of smartphones. They say, with research to back them up, that smartphones are responsible for kids getting less sleep and less quality sleep, developing fewer social skills, and spending less time being physically active. We …

social media sadness

Written by McCall Mecham Have you ever noticed as you’re scrolling through your Instagram feed, double tapping on every other picture, feelings of jealousy, envy, and a little bit of FOMO (fear of missing out)? Your friends went out to get ice cream, didn’t invite you, and have posted about it four times. It appears …

comfort cling

Written by Kieran James Cunningham Ben Franklin once said that those who choose security over liberty deserve neither. He was, granted, talking about matters of state, but his words hold true for relationships as much as they do politics. Many of us reach that stage in our relationship where we have to make a decision …

medical price transparency

Here is list of things we’ll buy without bothering to look at the price: a pack of gum, a coffee, and… knee surgery? There are several reasons why people don’t “shop around” for healthcare prices. Underlying this phenomenon is the fact that we’ve been shielded from the true cost of healthcare for so long, we’ve …

time management

It’s time to rethink time. Written by Michael Richardson Is the tick-tock of life a symphony of sound or the rhythm of impending doom? What is time for you? Taking Back Time Humans invented the tick tock noise, and humans can take control of it, even if it momentarily slips from our grasp. Starting 5,000 …

Disorganization mental health

Partial to hoarding? That’s okay. Keep it, fix it, burn it, lose it. So many choices when it comes to . . . stuff. Your choices are far from trivial, however. Cluttered space and disorganization make life feel muddled, and can turn a sentimental home into an unfeeling stockpile. Fortunately, solutions aren’t needles in the …

Let’s face it, a messy digital life is just as bad as a messy living room Increasingly, learning to control one’s digital life is synonymous with controlling life in general, since the digital world is so fully ingrained in our lives. Sure, there’s social media and dumb phone games that ruthlessly steal time. But now, …

Written by Taylor Empey – Certified Fitness Trainer & Nutrition Specialist, Salt Lake City In my experience as a seasoned fitness coach, I have helped thousands of people when it comes to accomplishing fitness goals. Whether it be fat loss, muscle building, performance, body image issues, dealing with eating disorders, or battling medical conditions, I’ve …

home office

How do we make our homes feel effortlessly comfortable and productive? Wise words about home work and living spaces, from an interior designer. 1. How can people avoid the lure of getting back under the covers while working? Remember some basics to health and staying alert: breathe deeply, sleep well and drink lots of water. …