What exactly is human-centric lighting?

What exactly is human-centric lighting?

You’ve probably heard the term ‘human-centric’ being thrown around frivolously on multiple occasions throughout the recent months. That’s because i...
Evangelists take on the Light Diet: Saskia Lorrison from 360 Workplace

Evangelists take on the Light Diet: Saskia Lorrison from 360 Workplace

“The most disruptive event in the history of bio-time occurred when Thomas Edison introduced the lightbulb to the world… Within a decade, night, fo...
A daily success routine, and it has light in it

A daily success routine, and it has light in it

There’s a strange notion out there that labels people who stick to their routine rigid and boring, while those who don’t incorporate routines into ...
In conversation with a LYS user: integrating circadian rhythms into your exercise routine

In conversation with a LYS user: integrating circadian rhythms into your exercise routine

How do you take care of your body when you feel tired, drained of energy or simply having woken up on the wrong side of the bed? Many of us turn to...
The psychological implications of being a morning person

The psychological implications of being a morning person

Could there be a connection between early risers and stable mental health? Besides the obvious stereotypes of night owls being tormented creatives ...
In conversation with a LYS user

In conversation with a LYS user

They say old habits die hard, but what does that even mean? In order to get to the bottom of our seeming inability to let go of old and often negat...
Why you should try to go to bed at 10 pm

Why you should try to go to bed at 10 pm

It might sound near-impossible to achieve and perhaps, even more, to turn into a lifelong habit, but according to a rising number of doctors and we...
Why it's important to know your chronotype when it comes to work

Why it's important to know your chronotype when it comes to work

The word chronotype isn’t something that hits the mainstream media all that often. In fact, a large number of us probably know very little about wh...
The clock has changed. Again.

The clock has changed. Again.

There is something remarkable about the shifting clocks, in that this daylight saving tradition gets us every time. Is it one hour forward, one hou...
It’s time to get back into sleep: but how?

It’s time to get back into sleep: but how?

In a world that never stops, with offices open around the clock and global business operating throughout international time zones, it seems that we...
Could beating the effects of jet lag be our next big challenge?

Could beating the effects of jet lag be our next big challenge?

This is a linear narrative that is repeated throughout our history. We invent world-changing technology, adopt our lifestyles, cities and economies...
What do office workers really want?

What do office workers really want?

Okay, it’s hard to generalise what all office workers want. And perhaps that’s why, with the rising fad of work-life company values, we’ve seen the...