Is your workspace working for you? Studies have demonstrated that the way you light your business affects everything from how customers perceive your brand to your mood and even employee productivity. Get lighting right and take your business to the next level! Here, we’ll cover seven lighting . . .
If you’ve ever purchased an appliance, light bulb, or television, you’ve probably heard the phrase “Energy Star”. And sure, it sounds like a good thing, but what does it really mean? There’s a lot we could say about it, but here are just four things we want everyone to know about Energy Star. . . .
Let’s face it. Life is hard and there are plenty of ups and downs. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to deal with a "down" day! We're no experts in chocolate, bath bombs, or the latest workout routines, but we do know an easy and little-known trick to help boost your mood. It all has to do with . . .
What would you guess is the main cause of death among the elderly? It’s not old age and it’s not health complications. If you already knew it was falling, we’re impressed. According to a recent New York Times article, falling is the number one cause of death among the elderly . . .
Did you know: The light in your house could be the cause of your depression symptoms?Have you ever noticed yourself feeling a little bluer during the winter months? If so, you may have experienced Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is quite common in most people. SAD is a specific type of . . .
Take a quick look around your room. Is it dark and dismal or bright and cheerful? The amount of natural light you have in your home affects how you feel throughout the day and has a huge impact on your overall well-being. So it’s important to make an effort to let as much light in as . . .
You know that feeling when you wake up on a summer morning and the sunlight is gleaming through your window? The day is brighter, your mind is clearer, and you can pretty much do anything. What about when the sun finally appears after a rainy day and you’re instantly filled with a sense of . . .
Feeling exhausted? Indoor light may be to blame. Because the average human is exposed to more artificial light than sunlight, our bodies are not able to receive the cues we once relied on. These cues include when it is time to wake up and when it is time to go to bed! Naturally, melatonin should . . .
As humans, we are surrounded by light. Unfortunately, over time, certain types of light waves can be damaging to our eyes! With the naked eye, we can only detect lightwaves on the visible light spectrum, so it’s important to educate yourself on how to keep your eyes protected. As you might know . . .
How LED Lights Might Be Unexpectedly Affecting Your Health LED light bulbs are touted as the latest and greatest thing in the lighting world, and for good reason! They’re brighter, more efficient, and more colorful than lightbulbs of the past. But are they safe? LED technology is still . . .