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Who knew that academic performance could ever be linked to cosmetics? Babe shared a study published in the Cogent Psychology journal that said putting on makeup can help one ace a test.Researchers came to this conclusion by asking 186 undergraduates to
And it's simpler than you think.
We all pretty much have a morning ritual. We wake up, head to the bathroom, eat (or skip) breakfast, then go to work. Some days seem promising when we get up feeling energized before our alarm even rings, so we have time
A new study reveals the most productive way to sound off.
Most people agree that perpetual complainers are total downers-and a new study recently published in The Journal of Social Psychology confirms this. However, the research revealed something else: Complaining selectively and to the right audience could be the key to happiness.
Before you unleash some <i>nega</i> out into the world, take a quick breather. You'd be surprised how easy it is to calm down from a stressful state of mind.
Try a DIY rubdown.Stuck in traffic? Ease away your woes by keeping a mini massager in the car and run it over your knotted muscles when you need to.Get Zen.Calm your mind by putting on some feel-good music.
Turn up the volume, ladies! We've got the perfect soundtrack to make you the Most Fashionably Dressed Cosmo Chick at any given time!
Have you been feeling low-batt and <em>ngarag</em> all week? Get in the right mood as you satisfy your hunger pangs with these easy comfort treats.
1. Blues BusterIf you've been wallowing in the doldrums all week, whip up a dish of endorphins. This chemical is the body's natural antidepressant and painkiller, resulting in a sense of happiness. It's generally known that