What’s in The Cards? Gamifying Your Mindset


Teamwords: The makers of this game claim that instead of just talking about tasks this game will result in actual progress and accomplishing tasks for teams. Info-Graphic: Selecting board games. Ungame: The card game Ungame offers a method for discussing both hard and hard topics Other News: Did the pandemic make us nicer? How well […]

It’s My Body I’ll Do What I Want


ARFID: When we talk about eating disorders, ideas like anorexia or bulimia come to mind. We rarely hear stories like that of Summer Monro who has survived on chicken nuggets for 22 years. This is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder and it’s more than just being picky. Info-Graphic: The figures in fast food. MyFitnessPal: Keeping […]

You Good, Dog? Yeah I’m Cool, Cat.


(Wo)Man’s Best Friend: Caring for your dog has just gotten a wee bit more complicated. As our understanding of the complexities of the human mind advance, as to must our attention toward man’s best friend. Info-Graphic: Foods that agree with your pets. Bubbles the Chimp: Have you ever seen that chimp that used to hang […]

Don’t Watch Me! Watch TV!

Watching Reruns: Rewatching your favorite TV show may carry more psychological benefits than you think. Info-Graphic: Long stories in a short amount of time. Psychology Behind Netflix: How Netflix survives the streaming industry with you in mind. Other News: So what is short sleeper syndrome? Corporal punishment is beating and that is abuse and it […]

Is There More to This Life? Virtually, Yes.


Extended Reality: We just may be breaching life’s new frontier and the environment which hold this landmark may be all in our heads. Info-Graphic: Virtual reality in mental health. Oreoverse: The tasty cookie’s attempt at the metaverse is almost as enticing as the cookie itself. Or maybe its just exciting because of the business model […]

Practice Makes Perfect: But Does it Really Though?


10,000 Hour Rule: Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule, dictates that to become an expert in any field requires at least 10,000 hours of practice. It sounds legit but how does it measure up to real testing. Info-Graphic: Athletes hours of sleep and performance. Captain America: Who is Sam Hargrave and what does he have to […]

Why So Serious?: Stigma and Medieval Times


Blast From the Past: You know how some people always reminisce about the old days and call for a return to the behaviors and happenings of the past. Yeah this is not that, sorry millennials, even though we know you miss the 90’s. In fact this is almost the exact opposite. This may be why […]

Bird is the Word: Elon Musk, Twitter and Bipolar Disorder


Public Pariah: It’s kind of crazy that the first person to lose the most amount of money in history, between $180 billion and $200 billion to be exact, is still the second richest person in the world. While you may know about his status as a 1 percenter, he also shares lesser known status with […]

New Year, New Start, New Me: NO MORE RESOLUTIONS!!!


So it’s A New Year: But in all reality it’s just another day, So here are some tips to avoid the agony of broken promises in the new year, alternatives to New Year’s resolutions. Info-Graphic: How to keep goals in the new year. Blue Monday: The saddest day of the year. Other News: 4 Rules […]

Your Most Valuable Assets in Four Words: Time Management Mental Health

Some things never change. Like the rules of the universe they remain bound to logic and reality. Then comes time, the eternal judge and juror of all. None can escape its clutches, dust to dust, ash to ash. On a less grim note, time can also serve as a comforting crutch. Although, one receives a […]

An unorthodox form of therapy? W/ Detroit Street Photography Club

There are few things in life more therapeutic than taking a walk outside in a vibrant city in the middle of a rapid resurgence. The only things that come to mind are creating art for others to enjoy, or getting to meet new and interesting people. In this Hobby Hospitality post we talk about how […]