O.K., our title's a little misleading. We haven't exactly solved one of life's great mysteries, namely where all the missing socks in the world go. But we did unearth a few facts about the problem, which seems to peak right about now, just when the weather turns Fallish and we all head back to schools and work and attempt to locate the remnants of our elusive hosiery.
It's not hard to make your workplace more fun and pleasurable. You just have to think outside the cubicle. Don't conform to what you think work is, create it for yourself. Here are five ways to bring a little Hygge comfort to your office this fall.
There's a ton of science to back up the fact that having plants around is good for your emotional, spiritual, intellectual and physical well-being. In fact, there's a whole field of research into plants-as-rehab called Ecotherapy. Green stuff is being used in hospitals, schools and workplaces to improve a range of conditions.
Back to school means back to cool weather. Suddenly there's a need for cute, comfy and comforting Hygge-inspired items to send students off to school in style. We call it Collegiate Cozy (CoCo) and it's all about increasing well-being, decreasing studying stress and providing a-dorm-able items to make campus dwellers feel at home wherever they're off to. Here, our picks for the top 5 college must-packs right now.
Life can get chore-like, what with work, school, commuting, family obligations, all those passwords to remember. Even if you’re not a Type-A writer in an office full of chillaxed Hygge-heads (ahem), you can still lose track of a little thing called “pleasure.” “Fun,” um, is that an app?