Creativity

Are People Who Experience Frequent Nightmares More Creative?

Do you know the similarity between Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and probably even Dracula? A lesser-known truth behind these popularly loved classics, apart from the fact they’re all horrors, is that they were the result of their writers’ grotesque nightmares. This brings us to the next obvious question, are[.....]

10 Tried And Tested Ways To Improve Creativity

A challenge that eludes many of us is how to be more creative. Whether you're struggling with being more innovative as a person or looking for ways to help your team at work or your children at home, some creativity techniques can help. Exercise, music, and the right environment can make all the difference. Putting some distance between yourself and the problem may also make you more creative in your thinking.

7 Great Benefits You'll Get From Maintaining A Journal

The concept of journaling and all its benefits apply to all ages of people. Evoking mindfulness, being more self-confident, and being able to solve problems more efficiently are just a few benefits of keeping a diary. Depending on the kind of goal you want to achieve, you can choose to keep a food, fitness, gratitude, recovery or even a memory journal. Remember that patience and consistency are key in forming new habits before you’re able to start reaping the benefits.

Myths And Interesting Facts About Being Left-Handed

Left-handedness can be seen as early as when a baby is in its mother’s womb. But can your dominant hand really determine your health, well-being, and creativity? Does being a leftie or “south paw” really make you special? Discover some fun facts about being left-handed, like whether identical twins have the same handedness and if lefties are more creative yet have a higher risk for health issues.

Are Taller People Smarter?

If you are of above average height, you have something to cheer about. If research is to be believed, you are healthier and smarter, and have a better paying job! If you are used to being called "short," take comfort in the fact that, while it is a statistically significant finding, the difference in intelligence is just a tiny bit!

Can Too Much Daydreaming Be Bad For You?

Daydreamers have better ability to recall and retain information. Daydreaming aids “attention cycling,” enabling someone to move between various streams of information, as they continue working on their primary task. It also fosters creativity and teaches you self-worth. Avoid being obsessed with it and understand that it is not real. Negative daydreams can cause depression.