“Social media has escalated the desire to share, which is terrific in so many ways. But don’t we all wonder sometimes if that one friend really is living that ideal a life as is seen in her photos?” A reminder to stop and enjoy life. Are You Posing or Living?
“Can a company cash in on, and claim ownership of, an employee’s social media account, and if so, what does that mean for workers who are increasingly posting to Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus during work hours?” A Dispute Over Who Owns a Twitter Account Goes to Court
Are you prejudiced? If so, it may be due to feeling uncomfortable with uncertainly. “Some people really hate uncertainty and therefore quickly rely on the most obvious information, often the first information they come across, to reduce it….[Later, even] if you provide information that contradicts their decision, they just ignore it.” Prejudice Comes from a Basic Human Need and Way of Thinking, New Research Suggests
Most of the time we work hard to remember things, but sometimes forgetting them is better. Eight tips for forgetting your troubles along with the random clutter piling up in your brain
Be aware of the example you provide to your children, even online. A new study shows that “the strongest predictor of children’s knowledge about the benefits of positive thinking…was not the child’s own level of hope and optimism, but their parents’.” Young children understand the benefits of positive thinking