Rebecca Vera

10 Flips | 1 Magazine | 1 Follower | @RebeccaVera2014 | I am a student at Brown Mackie College. I am in IT Technology. I have 4 kids 3 grandkids and a husband of 24 years. I am blessed.

11 Toxic Behaviors That Will Steal Your Joy (And How to Move Past Them)

Our thoughts, actions and behaviors play a powerful role in what type of energy we attract into our lives. That's the good news. It's also the bad news. Oftentimes, we find ourselves participating in negative behavior patterns, even if at a subconscious level.<p>Our thoughts, actions and behaviors …

Eating Fish Makes Your Brain Healthier, Study Says

Eating fish is linked to more gray matter in the part of the brain that controls memory, according to a new study.<p>As the number of people suffering …

Ultrasound May Increase Brain's Sensory Perception

According to a recent study, localizing blasts of ultrasound to different parts of the brain may improve sensory perception (i.e. heightened touch, …

5 Tips for a Better Spring Flower Garden

01 of 05<p>If your digging arm ran out of steam after planting the first bag of fifty tulips last fall, your spring flower show may not be as lush as …

Multi-sensory retail: why stores must appeal to all five senses

With the rise of e-commerce, many retailers are underestimating the role of their bricks and mortar estates. Indeed, Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland recently said that "online has replaced Marble Arch as our flagship store" – a bold claim that others would be foolish to take to heart …

The Real Reason Why Kids Fidget

Fidgeting is a real problem. It is a strong indicator that children are not getting enough movement throughout the day. We need to fix the underlying issue.<p>A perfect stranger pours her heart out to me over the phone. She complains that her 6-year-old son is unable to sit still in the classroom. The …

Right-Brain, Left-Brain is Dead

At least on one reading, the creative heart of the advertising industry was recently knifed; violently, and by one of its own.<p>The <i>Guardian</i> ran a piece on the results of a two-year study undertaken by neuroscientists at the University of Utah who — shock horror — have come to the conclusion that the …