Dallas Jeffs

Dallas Jeffs is a freelance writer, art school grad and lover of all things sci-fi. Visit her personal website HappySpaceNoises for book and art reviews, or follow her on Twitter.

Everyone has a dark side, but the quality of our lives depends not only on how aware we are of this dark side, but in our success (or not) in embracing it.

Embracing Your Dark Side: The Importance of Radical Self-Acceptance

Most of us strive to be good people. Whether it’s donating to charity, volunteering, or just helping out our families around the house, we all do things just to feel the satisfaction of having done a good deed. Yet this raises an interesting question: If we have to perform these actions in order to feel good …

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Color psychology has you buying, pining and vying for certain brands-- and you didn't even know it. Here are some basics on how color psychology works...

Color Psychology: How Color Controls Your Emotions, Buying Decisions and More…

Colors have historically been associated with many different meanings. Even in our modern era, you’re still likely to associate purple with royalty and riches, or blue with sadness. White may represent purity, while black reminds us of mystery or death. Colors also affect us physically and psychologically. Green is known to be a restful color, …

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Are you getting enough vitamin K2? If not, here are 7 health benefits of vitamin K2 that will most likely convince you...

7 Benefits of Vitamin K2: Skin Elasticity, Synthesizing Other Vitamins, and More

Did you know that there are two different types of vitamin K? Vitamin K1 is found in high quantities in leafy greens and other vegetables, while vitamin K2 is found in full-fat dairy, meat and fermented foods like natto, kimchi and sauerkraut. Together these vitamins are important in blood clotting and calcium synthesis – but …

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