Can a tree boost your productivity and creativity?
We hear a lot about productivity these days: it seems as though we're always looking for ways to do more with less time and fewer emotional resources.
Read on for one unorthodox way to boost your productivity that is also good for your body, mind, and spirit.
To feeding and freeing your whole life,
Do less to do more? Here's one way.
According to Dr. Eva Selhub, clinical associate at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School, compared to 1980, we now cram in an extra 4.4 hours per day of information consumption outside of work (an increase largely by screen-based media).
Yet even with access to all that information, we still feel like we're always behind — and as a result of the relentless intake and processing, our brains are taxed and fatigued, and ironically, our productivity and creativity suffer.
* Editor’s note: While we offer various tips, tools and techniques to care for your body, mind and spirit, this website is not designed to provide medical advice, diagnosis, opinion or treatment and is not intended as a substitute for medical care. Please, always consult a health professional for your health concerns.