Category: Work-Life Balance

Healthy Work-Life Balance

Tips for Women to Have a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Being an adult is a difficult task to do. As a child, adulthood has always been the goal but what we do not realize is that adulthood is filled with responsibilities. Work, most of the time, is the heaviest responsibility one has, well, aside from our family. It essentially is a vital part of our…
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Menopause and Workplace Health: 5 Tips for Menopausal Leaders to Thrive in Business

When women in business mature and reach those life-changing years, they tend to become even bolder, more courageous, but also more generous and kind. When women reach menopause, their bodies and their beliefs tend to change, but through adversity, we tend to rise and become better than we once were. That said, sometimes even though we were expecting it, menopause and all that it entails tends to come at us like a freight train in the middle of the night.

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3 Things Leaders Do To Make Sure To Sleep Well

Sleep is one of the most important things people need to survive and thrive in life. With this being the case, getting the right amount of high quality sleep is so important to your well-being as a leader.

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Health Matters: 8 Self-Care Practices For Super-stressful Work Situations

Stress at work is often unavoidable, regardless whether you work in a gift shop or at the stock market. Even if you do a job you love, there will be situations when the workload or the circumstances will cause burnout and anxiety. The main tool you need is knowledge of how to handle them.

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5 Reasons You Should Consider Working At Shared Working Space

Small businesses looking for flexibility and remote work have been using shared working spaces for a while now. This has been primarily because shared working spaces help businesses cut costs and workers network more efficiently.Sharing a working space with other professionals can also increase a worker’s productivity.

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4 Ways to Keep Your Mind Sharp While Furloughed

A week into quarantine, my job furloughed me. Like millions of Americans, I was left wondering – what now? You are probably concerned about how you are going to fill your days since you are no longer working from home. There are family and household obligations, of course, but it is vital to keep the mind and body active.

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Separating Work and Personal Life: 4 Things to Consider

You may be working at home and wondering, “How do I separate my work life from my home life?” You are not alone.

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4 Tips To Remain Productive Working From Home

You may be a month into working from home and wondering how to remain productive while working from home. You are not alone. There are many things that you can do to create a home office that ensures success.

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Switch to a Tech Career and Start Working Remotely

Breaking into tech is a recommended move, especially considering the future expansion of the industry. It is reported that 25% of American jobs are at risk of being replaced by automated tools or robots. According to this report, other industries will have lesser roles to fill in the future, while the artificial intelligence area will only thrive and generate more jobs. This goes to show that tech skills are more in-demand than ever today.

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3 Leadership Lessons I’ve Learned Working From Home With Kids

Watching over your children and still remaining productive is a big challenge of working from home. What are the tricks to work from home and continue to lead by example both at home and in the workplace?