Lifestyle2020-04-23T16:15:03+00:00
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“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are”
E.E. Cummings

Improve the Mental Health of Your Employees

Health is more than just keeping our physical bodies healthy. We need to stay mentally fit as well. With all the hours that we spend dedicated to our profession, we need to pay attention to how it affects us mentally. As a supervisor or employer, taking care of your employee's mental health should be on your radar. Take care of their mental health, and you [...]

Staying Motivated

Even if you have a career you love, sometimes it can be easy for your workflow to feel stagnate, leading to boredom at your job. If you’ve truly found your passion, there are a few things you can do to re-ignite your inspiration. Work Harder Going that extra mile can sometimes go a long way toward making you feel accomplished, even if you feel like [...]

Work and Life

It’s pretty easy to gauge if your job has too big of a presence in your life. Do you feel like you don’t get much time to yourself, or that you never see your friends and family? Do you catch yourself thinking about work when you’re on your own time?  Do you miss out on doing fun activities because of your career? If any of [...]

Planners You Need to Try

Planners keep evolving, trying to fit the needs of every lifestyle. Those that love physical holding their schedule could get lost in all the options. Digital planners have a little less flexibility, but there are still many to choose from. There are benefits to both types. Weigh out the pros and cons of each and see which will help you balance your professional and personal [...]

Work Life Balance

Do you struggle to balance your personal life with your work life? It’s important to build in the balance in your life for a healthier, happier you. Some ways to do that are to schedule downtime, exercise, pick activities that relax you, and rethink your errands.   Too often, we schedule our appointments, children’s activities, and even vacations. How often do we schedule downtime, a [...]

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