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neuromorphogenesis:

The Science of Happiness: What data & biology reveal about our mood

While true happiness may have a different definition to each of us, science can give us a glimpse at the underlying biological factors behind happiness. From the food we eat to room temperature, there are thousands of factors that play a role in how our brains work and the moods that we are in. Understanding these factors can be helpful in achieving lasting happiness.

Infographic by Webpage FX

Let’s be happy!! :)

Party party partyyyyy #party in #lasvegas at #marquee #nightclub

Fashion time at Las Vegas #trendy #lasvegas #fashion #shopping

Fashion time at Las Vegas #trendy #lasvegas #fashion #shopping

Up to the top en el elevador 😉😉😉 #superstar #nyc #rockefeller #manhattan #topoftherock

heather805:

A TYPICAL DAY for most of us begins and ends with our smartphones. We check emails, respond to text messages, peruse social media… the list goes on. Our tech-obsessed society requires us to to keep up at rapid speeds. Even our “time off” is often spent sharing our experiences online, or browsing the lives of others.

While this overwhelming consumption of tech certainly has its benefits, it also causes us to veer from reality. Sights, sounds and conversations are missed everyday because we’re hiding behind our gadgets. Here are five ways to remain active online, while still keeping hold of the present moment.

AVOID TECH IN BED
Sure, it’s tempting to take tech to bed with you, but a midnight glance at Instagram can wait until the morning. Scouring through emails, photos, videos and social networks prior to bedtime is disruptive to your snooze cycle — not to mention, your relationship. Keep your gadgets walking distance from your bed, so it’s not the first thing you reach for from your pillow.

TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS
A number of apps offer to send push notifications, which makes your phone light up each time someone likes a photo or favorites a tweet. Turning this feature off will keep you from glancing at your phone every few minutes. Fewer virtual disruptions means you’ll have more time to take in what’s physically around you.

LOOK AROUND
Admit it: You reach for your phone during every elevator ride and doctor’s visit, rather than sparking a conversation with the stranger next to you. We’re all guilty of this. Start putting your phone down and looking around. You’ll seize more opportunities, build new friendships and become more satisfied with an otherwise mundane daily routine.

LEAVE IT BEHIND
We know, this one’s a biggie. There is something sincerely terrifying about leaving home without a phone. So begin by picking just one time per week to set your tech aside, whether it’s during date night, while playing tag with your kids or during your favorite sitcom. Once you master the weekly challenge, schedule tech-free time each day.

QUIT COMPARISONS
Social media outlets are beginning to look like magazine spreads – which are beautiful, but often drive comparisons. Understand you’re merely getting a glimpse into someone’s life. Never let an Instagram feed make you feel less beautiful, smart or worthy. As I often remind people on my own site, don’t waste too much time wrapped up in the virtual life of others. Instead, put more time into living the life around you.

Stop bugging over ‘Total Ariana Live’ on Wednesday night! Let’s marvel over how flawless these Ariana Grande GIFs, photos, and videos are instead.

It’s up to you…always!

It’s up to you…always!

teenvogue:

Haven’t found a listing for your dream job? 
Here’s how to get it anyway » 

Great advice

teenvogue:

Haven’t found a listing for your dream job? 

Here’s how to get it anyway » 

Great advice

Chan chan 👀👟😍 #culture #chimu #trujillo #Perú #tourism #turism #travel #exotic #ancient #history #historic #visit #beautiful

Chan chan 👀👟😍 #culture #chimu #trujillo #Perú #tourism #turism #travel #exotic #ancient #history #historic #visit #beautiful