Hold On!

Hold Up

Please select a minimum of three sectors in the menu above.

Got It
  • Everybody's stressed in a time-poor society
  • Everybody's stressed in a time-poor society
    Anna Gutermuth (2009) ©
SIGNAL

Everybody's stressed in a time-poor society

People generally feel more time-pressured than they actually are. But a study suggests that the way people feel about their goals can alter their concept of time. By employing a few simple strategies, over-scheduled people could be made to feel less rushed.

Canvas8

Related

  • Article image Headspace: mindfulness on-the-go

    Healthy eating and regular exercise is the well-trodden route to a healthy body. But what about a healthy mind? Headspace claims that using its meditation app just ten minutes a day can reduce symptoms of anxiety, boost quality of sleep and lower blood pressure.

  • Article image Why mindfulness went mainstream

    We’re losing focus on the present. We spend 47% of our time thinking about something other than what we’re actually doing. In the UK, US and Australia, fuelled by the desire to slow down and appreciate the moment, mindfulness – which can reduce anxiety by 70% – is now the antidote to busy city lifestyles.

  • Article image Desperately seeking simplicity

    A movement of self-imposed minimalism and moderation is replacing spending sprees and unchecked consumerism. But what’s causing it? And what elements contribute to this new ‘simple life’?

  • Article image Is work the new religion?

    As having a strong work ethic is increasingly valued and respected, being hard-working no longer means you’re a geek. On the contrary, it's becoming a preferable lifestyle choice.