Everything You Need to Know About a Minimalist Skin-Care Routine by Moira Lawler (www.everydayhealth.com)
With countless cleansers, serums, moisturizers, exfoliators, and peels available on the market, it’s understandable if your bathroom sink has become overwhelmed with products.
But maybe it doesn’t have to be that way. Enter the minimalist approach to skin care, which involves cutting the number of products in your routine down to the bare essentials.
“Minimalist skin care is exactly what it sounds like: It's a skin-care routine that is simple and easy to follow,” says Michele Green, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City.
Instead of incorporating a wide variety of products across a number of different steps, “a minimalist skin-care routine focuses on the key steps and ingredients needed to keep your skin healthy and vibrant,” says Susan Massick, MD, a dermatologist in Gahanna, Ohio, and an associate professor of dermatology at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Team building activities are a common way to build camaraderie between workers and to develop personal relationships between team members. Though they aren’t always loved by all, team building activities do benefit employees and organizations as whole. So finding and organizing activities your team members will actually enjoy is an important step in cultivating and fostering a thriving company culture.
A team-building event can form the foundation of improved morale among colleagues. Management can identify leadership strengths among employees. Co-workers will learn the value of co-operation. They are also able to display abilities outside of work skills. Who knew your account executives were such enthusiastic singers?
Despite their benefits, team-building activities aren’t always welcome.
This guide will share activities that can boost employee engagement and participation. To keep participants interested, try the following exercises at your next team meeting or offsite for colleagues to try together.
Why everyone should keep a journal — 7 surprising benefits by Kaiser Permanente (www.kasierpermanente.org)
What do Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Frederick Douglass all have in common? Each of these famous figures kept a journal or diary to record their experiences, thoughts, or feelings. Kahlo and da Vinci even used illustrations to express emotions and sketch out ideas.
The heart is one of the most vital organs of our body. It’s the organ in the middle of our circulation system, pumping blood around the body as it beats. The blood sends oxygen and nutrients to the body and carries away unwanted carbon dioxide and waste materials. The heart is a major organ of the cardiovascular system, that includes the blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to the body and back to it.
What's the first thing that comes to your mind when I say ‘travel’ – Vacation? Meeting new people? Or maybe, Instagrammable sunsets? While traveling can be exciting and exhilarating, it's so much more than sipping margaritas on a sun-soaked beach.
It's no news that travel is good for your physical wellbeing, but a significant amount of scientific research suggests that exploring a new place can do wonders for your mental and emotional health as well.
Here are five evidence-backed ways traveling makes your mind happy and healthy:
It can be hard to improve your productivity. These easy tips can help you be more productive without a herculean effort.
55 Healthy Snacks That Will Get You Through The Work Day by Camille Lowder and Mackenzie Filson (www.delish.com)
No matter where you work (from home, or the office, or your fave coffee shop...), getting from breakfast to lunch and lunch to dinner without noshing on something is hard. We'd never skip snacking altogether, especially since enjoying a midday bite is actually great for your metabolism (and your mental health), so set yourself up for success with a healthier, homemade option. Whether you like salty, sweet, crunchy (or all three!), there are plenty of snacks here for you for wherever you work. Check out our 55 healthy work snacks—they’re sure to curb your hanger and help you get through whatever your day throws at you.
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