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What Listening to Music at Work Does to Your Brain

Music has influenced human behavior practically since the dawn of time and it continues to influence both our lives and our feelings every day. Some people listen to music to gain inspiration, some listen to it to improve their mood, while some listen to it to channel their inner rage, when reality becomes too harsh to bear. Nevertheless, music helps people in various situations, but the question is why do we find music so appealing? The main reason is that music affects our brains by stimulating the neurons (nerve cells) to produce dopamine, also known as a “feel good...

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Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease or is Confusion Normal With Age?

Alzheimer’s Disease. Many people assume that all older people develop this relentless condition that eventually robs people of memory while affecting a person’s thoughts, words, and actions; however, Alzheimer’s is not a normal change of aging. What is Alzheimer’s Disease? Alzheimer’s is a common brain disorder that progressively destroys brain cells over time, causing many changes in memory, language, and behavior. It was first diagnosed in 1906 by Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German physician who presented a case history of a 51-year-old woman who suffered from a brain disorder we now know as Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Alzheimer’s...

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4 Hobbies You Can Turn Into a Stream of Income

Our Guest Post today comes from Heather Redding. Heather Redding is a part time assistant manager and freelance writer from Aurora, Illinois. She is a coffee-addict who enjoys reading and running. Street photography is her artistic outlet and she likes to capture everyday little moments with her camera. You can reach Heather via Twitter. Enjoy! While you may need extra money from a side hustle, you may not want to spend long hours working at a job that you find boring or uneventful. It’s not really a secret that doing something that you love is the best job there is....

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Advertising vs. Marketing – No, They’re Not the Same, and Yes it Matters

Advertising practices date back as early as the 1700s, when the first real estate ad was placed in a newspaper. Marketing is thought to have existed since the beginning of time in some form, but started evolving in 20-years cycles post World War II. Neither concepts are new, that much is obvious. So why do companies still have a hard time differentiating the two in 2017? The line between marketing and advertising was bound to blur at some point. Shrinking budgets and new ways to connect with audiences mean employees are wearing multiple hats to ensure business can keep...

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Setting Up Your Home Office on a Budget: A How-To Guide

Retiring from the world of tightly crammed offices to set up a work-from-home station can be an extremely liberating feeling—especially for a writer. But if you’re working with a tight budget, you may be wondering how to set up your office without breaking the bank Fortunately for you, the trial and error of many brave work-from-home writers has a resulted in a plethora of DIY blogs and work-from-home tips—which can help you set up a cozy workspace that fits cozily within budget. What can we say? Writers love to share! If you’re looking to set up a home office...

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