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The Messiest Room In The House According To This Study

According to a new study, 81.3% of people in the U.S. took the time to declutter, organize, or redecorate during the COVID-19 Pandemic, sometime in 2020. That is according to home decor brand Joybird. This information comes from a larger

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This Trick Helps You Stick to New Year’s Resolutions

Are you struggling to stick to your New Years Resolutions? Turns out the trouble could be in the phrasing. Whatever your New Year’s resolutions, here’s an evidence-based way to make them stick for longer. Instead of telling yourself you’ll stop

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Study Says Traveling Frequently After COVID Will Make You Happier

Isolation is wearing on everyone’s nerves during the coronavirus pandemic. Almost everyone is tired of being cooped up and unable to partake in their usual relaxation. But there is an end to the darkness in sight, a light at the

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Study Says Workers Want To Keep Working From Home After Pandemic

A new study says that over 50 percent of Americans want to continue working from home after the pandemic ends. In the study released by the Pew Research Center on Wednesday, researchers surveyed the experiences of 5,858 U.S. adults who

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Survey Says 9 In 10 Parents Wish They Had Superpowers

There are no shortcuts or easy ways to being a parent. You have kids and that means you have responsibilities to take care of them and try your best to raise them. It’s just how it goes. But, according to

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Professionals Believe Concerts Could Return In 2021

The Pandemic shut down a lot of things, and cancelled plenty of events, but one that many have missed this year is live music. Some smaller musical events have been popping up lately, and then there’s the Drive In Concert

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Cute Animal Videos Reduce Anxiety And Stress: Study Shows

A collaborative survey done by the University of Leeds and Tourism Western Australia has found that watching videos of cute animals can significantly reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. For the study, 19 participants, including 15 students who were due

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Stress Eating Is Up In 2020, What People Are Eating

When it comes to stress one thing we need to think about is how we respond to it, and it looks like in 2020 more people are using food as a coping mechanism. In a poll of 2,000 people from

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Survey Says Bad Driving Affects Relationships

A new survey, conducted by OnePoll, for Christian Brothers Automotive examined personality factors attributed to certain types of driving and vehicle habits. It found that many consider the way a person drives and treats their vehicle reflects their personality. It

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Having A Trip Planned Can Boost Happiness

A new poll conducted by the Institute for Applied Positive Research has found that simply planning a trip can help boost happiness and alleviate stress. The survey, conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, found that just 14 percent of American

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