World Health Day 2017

This year, the World Health Organisation’s World Health Day campaign focuses upon people suffering with depression. This is due to their latest estimates that more than 300 million people are living with the illness – an increase of more than 18% since 2005. The campaign aims to connect with those with depression and help them speak out about it, as well as seek and get help from others.

There are different types of depression. One of which is a single bout of major depression, or you can have recurring episodes. If depression lasts two years or more, it would be called a persistent depressive disorder. One less common type of depressions is called bipolar disorder, or manic-depressive illness. This involves an alternating cycle of extreme highs, or manias.

Depression can affect people of all ages, under any circumstance that has maybe lowered their self-esteem or a major episode of grief that has spiralled into depression. It can cause a mental anguish and can impact on a person’s ability to perform even the simplest everyday tasks. It can damage relationships with friends and family and you may even be in your room all the time. At worst, depression can lead to suicide – which is now the second leading call of death among people 15 – 29 years old.

But, depression can be prevented. It can be treated and as much as people suffering may not feel it, they all have someone who is there for them. No one Is ever alone. A better understanding of how depression can be triggered and how to reduce the stigma associated with the condition will hopefully lead to more people seeking for help.

Use the hashtag #letstalk to connect and speak out for help if you are or suspect you may be suffering from depression.

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4 ways to save printer ink

At the office, waste cutting equals cost cutting. By reducing the amount of supplies you use or how often you use them, you can improve your ecological footprint.

But where should you star? There are lots of easy to make your workplace into a green office, for one… Printer Ink. Every office uses it but few use it efficiently. Continue reading “4 ways to save printer ink”

Unwritten rules of the office

Unwritten rules of the office

It is true – every office has certain rules that play an important part in maintaining a safe and happy workplace. Some of the most essential rules tend to go unwritten, which is why we are here to help! We’ve listed 10 unwritten office rules that, if you follow, will ensure happiness for the whole office. Take a look!

  1. Never steal your co-workers lunch


  1. Don’t come to work if you are sick and contagious


  1. Always clean your dishes


  1. Avoid wacky fonts


  1. If you drop someone else’s food on the floor let them know


  1. Don’t waste paper


  1. Write down any phone messages


  1. Don’t disturb your colleagues if they are busy


  1. Know how to make tea and coffee


  1. Incorporate fun into your office for a more positive working environment


5 Steps to Kickstart Your Creative Juices

We’ve all had that feeling like we’re stuck in a rut, whether it’s writers block or you’re struggling for ideas for your next masterpiece. Even at work; in stressful situations that involve problem solving you need to let your mind free in order to think outside of the box. Well, if you’ve come for a solution to that problem you’ve come to the right blog. Continue reading “5 Steps to Kickstart Your Creative Juices”