Exercise and cognition: it only takes a little bit! The concept of exercise and its effect on the mind is not a new one – in fact, it’s at the least 2085 years old! Tullius Cicero stated in 65BC “It is exercise alone that supports the spirits, and keeps the mind in vigor”. (McCrory, 2007) […]
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For best results make exercise fun. It’s September and you’ve miraculously stuck to your new year’s resolution – going to the gym three times per week. Admittedly, it can be a drag to get there but you are making great progress with your speed and distance on the treadmill. Yet the weight isn’t falling off. […]
What happens when you work from home – for better or worse? I’m betting if you’re reading this you are either working from home or anticipating another stint at home. So how is it going? Here is what you might be finding: Decreased productivity For some activities you may notice a reduction in productivity. Faced […]
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