More Sleepless Nights In This Digital Age

In reality, there are only a few things in life humans need despite the long list of wants we may actually have on our own. The need for food, water, shelter, and human companionship may be one of the first few ones that pop on our mind first because they are basically non-negotiable essentials in our lives. Then, there are those desires we have that are merely just whims and fancies we don’t necessarily need but something we may want so badly. And then there is sleep – the one thing that keeps us going despite the ups and downs of life.

Sleep isn’t just something we need in order to recharge our tired bodies but is a restorative process that does a lot of things that we are not always aware of. At the end of the day, your body will be screaming for sleep no matter how strong and healthy you are. It is as natural as breathing. Yet today, many people are willingly giving up their sleep just for a few more hours, minutes or seconds with their smart gadgets. Bedtime is pushed even further so that modern people can stay connected to their online friends and updated on their virtual reality. But many of us fail to realize that we unconsciously neglect our health in the guise of having a good time.

The National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) latest Sleep Health Index (SHI) finds significant associations

Work Culture: Why It Matters?

Once we reach adulthood, it is but inevitable for us to work. We need to earn our keep to survive and provide for our family. That is a reality we can’t escape until the day we eventually retire. Just as we choose our career path once we enter college, we also choose the type of work we end up doing for the rest of our lives. It may be confusing for some and they jump from one workplace to another without a clear purpose in life but you can’t really blame them. Just as you don’t get a Parenthood guide once you become parents, it’s basically the same thing with work – theory is different from practice.

While our classroom knowledge can give us that added push we need as we venture out on our career, the work culture in your office/institution/organization has a lot to do with how happy and productive an employee becomes at work. After all, it’s not all about work, work, work. All work and no play can make any man dull and sad. Today, you’ll notice that companies not only project a certain brand image but a specific work culture that defines them from all the rest. But why all the fuss all of a sudden when it wasn’t really a big issue in the past?

Recent research published by McKinsey suggests that many organizations view their culture as the biggest barrier to their

All You Music Fans, Taylor Swift Is Back

It’s been a while since we last heard Taylor make some really good music. And if you’ve been on the radar over the past decade or so, Taylor Swift’s name has been racking up awards and selling millions of copies of chart-topping albums all over the world. We were out of the loop for quite some time about happenings in her life but we’ll definitely soon find out if the cryptic snake video she posted recently is indeed a hint of her music comeback knowing her penchant for writing songs about her personal life.

Like most celebrities who love drama in their life, saying that Taylor Swift can be melodramatic at times is an understatement seeing what she has been through over the years. Yet, her music remains to be one of her finer points. Others may attack her personally like crazy but they can’t deny the fact that this young woman really does make beautiful (and often catchy) music. And you can’t blame her fans for hyping this up since now is perhaps the longest she has been out of the radar and out of the music scene too. But is she really back for real?

The wait is almost over: Taylor Swift is expected to release new music on Friday, according to multiple sources.

The superstar is set to debut the first single from her upcoming sixth album, although she could surprise everyone and drop the entire album