Even if you don’t own one of these four legged dorks, even if you’re allergic to the beasts, it’s a fact that just by simply looking at an adorable dog, your mood and performance level will improve. According to a Hiroshima University study, if viewing cute things makes the viewer more attentive, the performance of a non-motor perceptual task would also be improved (Bennett-Smith).
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, which means calories, family and expenses, all alongside the sparkling decor, group hugs and fun celebrations. Curb your stress levels with the cutest pics of the cutest effing Christmas dogs ever.
A stereotype as defined by Merriam-Webster is “an often unfair and untrue belief that many people have about all people or things with a particular characteristic.” Colloquially, the term, stereotype, “is used to categorize a group of people. People don’t understand that type of person, so they put them into classifications, thinking that everyone who […]
Susan J. Fowler, a former employee of Uber, published a post on her blog revealing numerous counts of sexual harassment and discrimination she experienced while working for the company. Her post is straightforward and pretty bias-free; her tone is calm, but frank. While some of her experiences at the company might appall readers, her author’s […]
“Make information beautiful” is my favorite infographic design tool’s slogan. Piktochart’s phrase really conveys the core purpose of the infographic. In addition to summarizing information beautifully, the infographic is a place to insert subtle but important messages about the writing process. Small but highly supportive messages can be integrated throughout the informative image. Similar to […]