1.) Later this morning, you will be your most productive at work. At least according to a survey conducted by Salary.com. Their study concluded the most productive time of the work week is Tuesday morning between 9 and 11. In general, Tuesday is the day of the week when the least time is wasted, followed by Thursday. The least productive time of the week is, not surprisingly, Friday afternoon between 3 and 5, and Friday is the least productive day of the week, followed by Monday.
2.) Children should be allowed to get bored. So says education researcher Teresa Belton, who has previously studied the impact of television and videos on children's writing. According to Belton, children need to have stand-and-stare time, time imagining and pursuing their own thinking processes, or just observing the world around them." It’s this sort of thing that stimulates the imagination, while a computer or smart device screen "tends to short circuit that process and the development of creative capacity".
3.) If you’ve never heard of “show rooming,” it’s when you go to a store to look at an item before ordering it online. It’s a problem for the store because you’re ultimately wasting employee time. Now a specialty food store in Brisbane, Australia has hung a sign, charging for show rooming.” The store is charging a $5 fee per person for "just looking." The $5 fee will be deducted when goods are purchased. The store sites a high volume of people who use this store as a reference and then purchase goods elsewhere. These people are unaware our prices are almost the same as the other stores plus we have products simply not available anywhere else.