Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Seven Symptoms That Help Recognize a Job Zombie (And How to Avoid Becoming One)

If every morning is the same, if every day you lifting with difficulty in the bed, you leave groaning and when you look at yourself in the mirror after the shower still having face died or have you picture to your post by the city work and let spend the day doing nothing of relevance, Maybe you’re a zombie labor and not know this. But there are many more signs of alarm. And also solutions, clear. Continue reading

Thanks to Instagram Are Exact Clones of The Most Famous: Seems That Not Are as Unique as We Believe

Until some had the impression that there was no one in the world like us, that we were all really unique and special. But you don’t need to investigate much Internet starting point to discover clones like mushrooms. And discover that at the other end of the world, there is one person igualita, but igualita, you hear, than Zutanita or Menganita. In short, that We are not actually so special as we thought. The celebrities. Continue reading

Sometimes We Are All a Little Dory and Other Times Should Be

Film critics and the public are in agreement on one thing: Dory is one of the best characters from Pixar and deserved an own movie. Now, a few days after its release, we know more than this blue fish. As with so many other characters from Pixar, cars, robots or toys, just identifying ourselves with it. Clear as the Dory memory disorders are not so frequent, but we all have some to another anecdote to tell about some memorable oblivion. Continue reading

We Interviewed The Psychologist Who Has Studied The Couple Fights at Ikea (And Gives Us a Few Tips to Avoid Them)

A couple of weeks ago we published an article on the trend of couples to discuss as soon as they put a foot in Ikea. In it, we read the conclusions of Suky Macpherson, psychologist associated in the British Psychological Society who exercises his profession in the British National Health Service and in your private practice in London. Given the interest that has awakened the article, we decided to interview her and… we’ve got some clues on how to avoid buying furniture make a marital hell. Continue reading

It Was So Complicated to Be Ever Young. Be Increased, Nor

I don’t know at what point stop being happy. I don’t even know, for certain, if ever we had been. What if I am convinced is that now, more than ever, they require us to be. They impose happiness us, they ask us to cries. What nose: ordered it us and judge us if we opted for something so outlandish as it is not to sit down with forces of being happy without further. Continue reading

Self-Esteem: Where Can I Buy a Kilo of That? Two Experts We Give Guidelines to Strengthen It

Said Diana Vreeland, that “the style is everything. It is a way of living. Without it you are nothing”. But I increasingly believe more firmly that in reality this legendary editor, this woman who revolutionized the fashion editorials, although he used the word “style” in the background was referring to “self-esteem”. The ability to evaluate himself and appreciate what one is. A more scarce than it should be. And something that we do not know very well why, is not taught to reinforce since we were small. Continue reading