Digital Nomads United

By  Brea Glasko In today’s fast moving digital world, all organizations, all businesses, and even all families should not only consider but actively seek out remote workers. This shift to location independence has been happening for some time now, and just like the shift from paper to digital, the digital nomad lifestyle will become the most…

Out of Suburbia

By Nicole Campbell Ever since mid 20th century, the suburbs have been considered the most iconic of places to live. Images of a nuclear family living in a house with a backyard and a driveway, wedged between other houses looking almost identical tend to spring to mind. But, times have changed! The psychology and living…

Me and My Mobile

By Brea Glasko We are all in a relationship with our phones. The mobile world we live in has turned our phone into something more than just a piece of technology; our mobile phone is our little companion–there in times of joy or sorrow, there when traveling the world, and even there for the boring…

The Phenomenon of Overspending

By Ammar Kazim Belonging to the banking sector, I meet people with a bad credit history on daily basis.  What astonishes me the most is the fact that most of the people I meet are educated and certainly capable enough to make wise choices, yet they still seem unable to control many of their whimsical…

How Traveling Changed My Life

By Vegard Haugen I can only speak for myself, but I have met many other travelers who also confirm that traveling has a huge impact on one’s personality.  I know that I changed a lot during the year I hitchhiked from Norway to Morocco and back.  It was a gradual change in perception, priorities and…

The Right Balance of Mind-Body in Fitness

By Andrea Bidowski As a society, we are urged to eat healthy foods and get regular exercise, however, is there a case where there really is too much of a good thing?  When it comes to physical fitness, do some people take it to the extreme?  Trying to understand the balance between health and what could…