Perhaps it’s time for a hard reset or a renewed mindset that helps us focus on what matters.
As we move forward into 2021, the adaptations being made in our work and living environments will continue to unfold, and the business world is paying attention to changing consumer needs.
One of the latest impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is being demonstrated through our pets.
We have arrived at the three-week mark until Christmas, and it’s time to talk celebrations, but more importantly, how should we navigate the holidays?
It might be difficult to find the positive during a global pandemic, but design is one field that is helping us to better navigate our lives.
The pandemic is creating a new way of life for most everyone, from remote work to remote learning, and the changes continue from there.
Since our minds are hardwired to look for threats, the act of “doomscrolling” only creates more fearful scenarios in our thought patterns.
People are connecting with this unexpected free time in a variety of ways that could lead to personal and professional growth.
Where does mental health fall on the list? Are we making it a necessity?
People who are practicing social distancing are finding creative ways to fill their newly acquired spare time indoors.