Here Is Why People Who Suffer from Migraines Should Consume Grape Juice! — Radio Sargam

Sometimes a migraine headache can get so bad that it causes sensitivity to sound and light, nausea, and vomiting. Sometimes you can experience warning signs that a migraine is approaching like having a stiff neck, diarrhea, constipation, food cravings, moodiness, or depression. Even the foods you eat and drink like red wine may lead to […]

Here Is Why People Who Suffer from Migraines Should Consume Grape Juice! — Radio Sargam

15 Best Places to Propose Around the Globe — Funday Holidays Pvt. Ltd.

You know you love her. You imagine building a family and sharing the rest of your life with her. Even though this is all you can think of and you are sure that she loves you too, you feel apprehensive to ask her to marry you. Is it possible to bring up the delicate subject […]

15 Best Places to Propose Around the Globe — Funday Holidays Pvt. Ltd.

5 Reasons Why You Should Take A Social Media Break

Tiffany Shlain.

5 Reasons Why You Should Take A Social Media Break FEB.09.2021WELLNESS

24/6 Author Tiffany Shlain shares how a 24-hour break from tech has made her life better.

By Emilie Dingfeld

Tiffany Shlain founded the Webby Awards in appreciation of technology. But the author and filmmaker has also made it a life mission to point out the pitfalls of endless scrolling. In her book 24/6, she gets real about how her family’s 11-year-strong technology Shabbat, a 24-hour period inspired by the Jewish Sabbath, from Friday evening to Saturday evening, when screens are off the table. “It keeps getting better, and I keep seeing the different ways it makes my life better, and my brain better, and my soul,” Shlain says. Want in? Read on for five ways a social media detox can help you live better.

1. You’ll focus better

Removing the pings, dings, and other alerts from the equation could help us pay attention to what’s in front of us. “We’re reading more now than ever, but we’re skim reading,” Shlain says, noting she prints off articles and recipes to consume during her tech Shabbat. “I read very differently on Saturday and on Friday night than I do during the week. It’s harder for me to stay focused on a book during the week because inevitably there’ll be something in the book that will make me think of something. And then I go on the phone.”

2. It’ll inspire creative thinking

There’s no doubt that many social media platforms boast beautiful, inspiring images, but we have our own great thoughts and ideas within. For many creative types, like Shlain, it’s the introspective moments in which they thrive. “I’m a big journal writer, and I know that all of my best ideas in the last 11 years have happened on Saturday. They happen when I’m not getting new input, but I’m processing the input that’s already been there,” she says.

3. It can reduce FOMO

You’re not alone if you sometimes feel like everyone is having more fun than you are. But often it’s just a facade—a joie de vivre filter. “I always feel like when I’m online, I can never get enough. I can’t get enough news headlines. I can’t get enough email. I want those boots in that ad,” Shlain says. “And this fascinating thing happens when I turn the screens off on Friday night. It’s such a quick switch, but I immediately stop being hungry, and I switch into this mode of appreciation and being grateful for what’s right in front of me.”

4. It helps you live in the moment

Sometimes tech distractions are a good thing—helping us get out of our heads. But in excess, that method of escapism could be the root of the problem. “You don’t realize how much you’re missing when you’re looking down all the time,” Shlain says, noting that going for a walk sans phone is one way to enjoy nature. Instead of waking up and checking her phone, Shlain spends a few minutes writing in a journal.

5. It helps limit doomscrolling

“Doomscrolling” and “doomsurfing” have entered our vernacular during the pandemic, as we can’t seem to look away from the bad news. But setting screens aside is one way to create a buffer between you and the dumpster fire. “It’s been such a stressful period that every week I feel like this complete self-protective space around me that allows me to think and connect and recharge in this really powerful way,” Shlain says, of her tech Shabbat. She notes a profound statement her daughter made that stopped her in her tracks: “No one at the end of their life is going to wish they scrolled more.”

Lindsey Vonn, ex-fiancé P.K. Subban ditch their mansion after breakup — The New York City Daily Post

Lindsay Vonn and ex-fiance say goodbye to their love nest – hits market for $7.2M

[ad_1] Lindsey Vonn and ex-fiancé P.K. Subban are saying goodbye to their love nest.  The former pair have listed their Beverly Hills mansion for $7,175,000. Vonn, 36, and Subban, 31, purchased the home together last April following their engagement.   The World Cup alpine ski racer and the Canadian hockey player had been dating for three years before their […]

Lindsey Vonn, ex-fiancé P.K. Subban ditch their mansion after breakup — The New York City Daily Post

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Adjusting Your Glasses After Shopping Online

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