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Ten Ways to bring Balance to your Urban Lifestyle: Remodel Your Home Decor in Artistic Style!

You can now remodel your urban lifestyle and make it look bigger and better than before

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Urban Home Decor. Pixabay

June 21, 2017: 

Creativity has no end, you can experiment an infinite number of ways with the urban interiors and come out with flying colors each time.

Here are some of the DIY by which you can remodel your urban lifestyle and make it look bigger and better than before.

Master Bedroom Balcony

Master Bedroom Balcony. Pixabay

Ace your bedroom by creating a master balcony for it. Arrange seating in your balcony where you can sit and relax at tea. A glorious view from your bedroom will fill your day with freshness.

 Install Fireplace 

Fireplace at home. Pixabay

Install a fireplace in your living room, it looks edgy and unconventional. This gives a feeling of warmth and coziness. Fireplace at home is trendy these days in an urban lifestyle.

Wooden Wine Rack

Built in Wooden Wine Rack. Pixabay

Install a wooden wine rack at home and make great use of wasted space.

Hammock Retreat

Hammock at home. Pixabay

A hammock in the middle of any space at your home is a good concept. You can chill and have a great time even when you are alone.

Appealing Home Entrance

Home Entrance. Pixabay

Your home is the book and entrance is the cover, you can renovate your entrance by painting your door in a unique color, propping the entrance with greenery and flowers in a creative and artistic way.

Outdoor Library

Outdoor Library. Pixabay

This is a great idea for the nature lovers. Reading in an environment close to nature is a retreat for readers.

Conversational Pit 

Conversational Pit. Pixabay

You can create a conversational pit at your home by arranging sofas in a closed track and hanging curtains at the back. It will intensify the quality of talks by providing comfort at the same time.

Shabby Garden Into Beautiful Yard

Backyard. Pixabay

Construct your unused shabby backyard into a beautiful scenic site with greenery and chairs to sit.

Pillow Room

Pillow Room. Pixabay

With a variety of themes lingering in the bedroom, a pillow room is one of a kind and very unique. It is both stylish and very comfortable.

Waterfall Shower

Waterfall Shower. Pixabay

Waterfall like a shower is the best-suited idea for nature lovers. Experience bath in the waterfall as and when you desire.

– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram. Twitter: @Nainamishr94

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People who show Strong Curiosity Traits on Personality Tests perform Better on Creative Tasks: Study

Researchers evaluated the students' early-stage and late-stage creative problem-solving processes, including the number of ideas generated

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New York, November 18, 2016: People who show strong curiosity traits on personality tests perform better on creative tasks, according to a new study.

This is especially true for those with a strong diversive curiosity trait, or curiosity associated with the interest in exploring unfamiliar topics and learning something new, the study said.

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The findings contribute to a growing body of evidence suggesting that testing for curiosity traits may be useful for employers, especially those seeking to fill complex jobs, said lead author of the study Jay Hardy, Assistant Professor College of Business, the Oregon State University, US.

“This research suggests it may be useful for employers to measure curiosity, and, in particular, diversive curiosity, when hiring new employees,” Hardy said.

Diversive curiosity is a trait well-suited to early stage problem-solving because it leads to gathering a large amount of information relevant to the problem. That information can be used to generate and evaluate new ideas in later stages of creative problem-solving.

On the other hand, people with strong specific curiosity traits, or the curiosity that reduces anxiety and fills gaps in understanding, tend to be more problem-focused.

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While diversive curiosity tends to be a more positive force, specific curiosity tends to be a negative force.

For the study, researchers asked 122 undergraduate college students, to take personality tests that measured their diversive and specific curiosity traits.

They then asked the students to complete an experimental task involving the development of a marketing plan for a retailer.

Researchers evaluated the students’ early-stage and late-stage creative problem-solving processes, including the number of ideas generated.

The students’ ideas were also evaluated based on their quality and originality.

The findings, published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences, indicated that the participants’ diversive curiosity scores related strongly to their performance scores.

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Those with stronger diversive curiosity traits spent more time and developed more ideas in the early stages of the task.

Stronger specific curiosity traits did not significantly relate to the participants’ idea generation and did not affect their creative performance. (IANS)