‘OG spot’: McDonald’s worker hides behind rack to decompress at work
'When you're sick of all the bs at work.'
On Oct 20, 2022 by Melody Heald
Study shows giving up Facebook could actually lower stress
There are negative effects, too, though.
On Apr 2, 2018 by Christina Bonnington
People are really sick of co-workers talking about Trump
Many Americans are ready for a Trump-free workplace.
On May 4, 2017
Spin away life’s stresses with this nifty desk toy
Meet your new favorite office toy.
On Mar 20, 2017 by The Daily Dot Bazaar
Can’t sit still at work? This tiny desk toy was made for you
Way better than Silly Putty.
On Feb 15, 2017 by The Daily Dot Bazaar
Should American workers have the ‘right to disconnect’?
Do we really want the government to decide how stressed out we should be?
On May 28, 2016 by Gillian Branstetter
This Japanese game about collecting cats is the antidote to Internet stress
Delete Twitter. Download Neko Atsume.
On Mar 26, 2016 by Jay Hathaway
How health coaches are using Fitbits to improve veterans’ wellness
The fitness and sleep trackers provide feedback for wholistic care.
On Mar 9, 2016 by Selena Larson
Meet Worry, a Kickstarter success story who wants to help you calm down
'Fluffy and soft, squishy for comfort and lavender scented to calm.'
On Feb 17, 2016 by Catherine Scott
The endless cycle of bad news can be bad for your health
The endless cycle of bad news is causing a lot of stress.
On Dec 30, 2015 by Cynthia McKelvey
A new wearable wants to test the stress of entire cities
One wearable company wants to find out what stresses out Boston residents.
On Nov 3, 2015 by Selena Larson
Tips and tricks for dealing with everyday Internet addiction
Tech-related stress is a real thing, and here are simple ways you can manage yours.
On Jun 22, 2015 by Jam Kotenko
There’s a new condition afflicting moms—and it’s apparently called ‘Pinterest stress’
Pin those photos of adorable mini-cupcakes at your own risk.
On Jun 11, 2015 by Jaya Saxena
How the first brain-altering wearable is being tested
The device that zaps your brain to change your mood is collecting user data—and it's ready to share some.
On Feb 12, 2015 by Molly McHugh