Consumption & Happiness

Consumption & Happiness

Facebook Manifesto – 10 Step For Using Facebook So It Doesn’t Use You

On average, people are estimated to up to 40 minutes per day using Facebook (FB). Regardless of how many minutes a person actually spends browsing Facebook and how long Facebook stays open in a browser, most people will agree that this time could be better spent by doing something more productive. Thus, to get some extra time for work, study,…read more
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Should I Get a Tattoo? Discovering Psychology Behind Every Tattoo

Walking down the streets of the world I constantly run into tattoo shops or people with tattoos, which makes me wonder whether I should get one too. Reasons to Get Tattoos As getting tattoo usually requires more thought than buying a coffee, I often wonder what are the reasons people get tattoos. After asking around people who have tattoos I…read more
Consumption & Happiness

Escaping Smoking Trap – For Non-Smokers, Heavy Smokers & Everyone Between

Whether you have never smoked in your life, you are a heavy smoker, or you are somewhere in between, I recommend you read this. Specifically, these of us who never smoke got lucky, and everyone else unlucky, as simple as that. The lucky people were lucky enough to avoid the smoking trap, while unlucky ones to fall for it. As…read more
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Drink Coffee – Do Stupid Things Faster with More Energy

At a Nutrition seminar, with Dutch leading nutritional coach (Jasper Alblas), I was listening to different benefits of eating healthier. The benefit that I remember the best was that better food equals more energy, better concentration and overall better performance. Respectively, if a person eats a lot of junk food, he will not be as energetic, concentrated and productive. This…read more
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Free Trap

Free is a new default. Nowadays, with the increase of technology, globalization and competition, prices decrease, often dropping as low as FREE. This is great news to many price sensitive consumers with whom I bet we all can identify in some areas of your life. TV, internet, mobile apps, music, films, eBooks, torrents, streaming websites, and many other products are…read more