undefined undefined (@undefined) - Profile Photo

Marita Green

@maritagreen

4.34K READS

🔥 3 DAY STREAK

South Africa

Followers

40

Following

10

Stashing since

Apr 19, 2019

222 Published

14 Stashes

Working in a negative environment can make you feel more miserable, and sharing a roof with a negative person can make you feel depressed.


We can try to withdraw from unhappy people, but when we really love others who are suffering, we want to help, not avoid them. We can help them by accepting their emotions while not giving up our own happiness.

Marita Green (@maritagreen) - Profile Photo

@maritagreen

📦

July 2021

Those Who Share a Roof Share Emotions

theatlantic.com

The Apple Watch may be the most popular smartwatch in history and a few months behind Samsung, Sony and Android.


The original smartwatch was created in 1927, and then there was an upturn again in the 80s and 90s.

Smartwatch timeline: The devices that paved the way for the Apple Watch

wareable.com

Behaviours and patterns associated with compulsive eating include food cravings, loss of self-control, continued overeating and failed attempts to stop the behaviour pattern.


Some people compulsively eat specific foods, such as highly processed foods full of carbohydrates and fats. 

Compulsive Overeating, Processed Foods, and Obesity

psychologytoday.com

A heatwave is a prolonged period of abnormally high surface temperatures compared to the average maximum temperature. Heatwaves may occur over several weeks and cause weather-related mortality.


Increased heatwaves are associated with climate change. Heatwaves are characterised by low humidity - which may worsen drought conditions, or high humidity, which may cause heat-related stress, which includes heat exhaustion, dehydration, and heatstroke.

Our body needs fuel to meet its energy demands. This energy is derived from carbohydrates, proteins, fats and phosphates.


  • We use less energy when we exercise lightly. This energy supply comes from fats.
  • When we exercise more intensely, fat can't be metabolised fast enough to meet the energy demands, so the body uses carbohydrates.

'Fat burning zone'? The best way to exercise to burn fat

theconversation.com

Invisible work refers to work that is unpaid, unnoticed and unacknowledged. These tasks include cooking dinner, assisting children with homework, or making a dentist appointment.



Invisible labour also appears in other sectors. For example, doing unpaid work for the "exposure" that could lead to industry connections, or a task outside of your work duties that could give you access to better "opportunities." While it may be true, it is still invisible labour.

What is invisible labor? It's real and it hurts. Here's what to know.

mashable.com

When you're navigating through a major blizzard or hurricane, or another kind of event, prepping for potential power outages can relieve you of much anxiety.


  • Keep your mobile phone changed, your gas tank filled, and carbon monoxide detectors with a battery backup on each level of your home.
  • Keep a three-day supply of no-perishable food on hand and at least one gallon of water per person per day.
  • Have a Plan B for family members who need electricity for medical reasons.

What to Do When the Power Goes Out

realsimple.com

Recent decades are known for its fast fashion that adds to our overcrowded closets and landfills.


  • Americans discard 85 percent of the clothing they buy - about 15 million tons of textile waste a year.
  • The average lifetime of clothes is three years.
  • The clothing industry cause about 10 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.


One eco-conscious solution is to buy thrifted items and upcycle them.

Everything You Need to Know About Upcycling

shondaland.com

White space is a tool

"There's an old saying: 'White space is nice.' Amateurs tends to pack every nook and cranny of space with visuals and type. Don't. White space is not your enemy."


Kim Golombisky and Rebecca Hagen

What Are The Uses of White Space in Composition?

thoughtco.com

The status quo bias refers to the idea of preferring that your environment and situation remain as it is.


In decision making, someone impacted by the status quo bias tends to prefer the familiar choice, even if another option is potentially more beneficial.

How Status Quo Bias Affects Your Decisions

thoughtco.com

Loading...

❤️ Brainstash Inc.