Learning to Take Breaks that Work: Seven Things You Should Do for Yourself Regularly

Let’s face it. Life and work can be stressful. Whether you are trying to wear all-the-hats running a small business (like me), have a pressure-filled position in corporate America, have to travel a lot for work or are under or unemployed, your professional life can be challenging. And when you add in personal pursuits and …

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Five Finger Reminders for a Healthy Day (Even at Work)

Healthy habits are important to build our stamina and increase our productivity. Inspired by my friend and Wellness Practitioner Audrey Christie, the Wholebeing RN,  (from whom I received some of these ideas) here are some “Five Finger” reminders for a healthy day. Many of these you can do at work! Using one word per finger, …

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April Freebies, Features and Fun: Discussion Cards and Productivity

2019 is certainly flying by, isn’t it? The first quarter of the year is done, and Spring is occurring in many locales. What form of growth are you looking forward to in the second quarter?  How about making adding some new life into your relationships at work? This month’s freebie is a downloadable set of …

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How to Handle Bad Drivers on Your Commute

Ever feel stressed on your commute to/from work – because of the other drivers on the road?  From drivers who refuse to use their blinker to passengers that like to play backseat driver, you’ll recognize each of these personalities. Here are some tips, compliments of CarRentals.com,  for how to deal with them and drive safely …

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Stressful Situation: How Different Behavioral Types would Respond

Hope stared at the computer screen.  She’d received bad news from IT that an app the entire team relied on was not functioning, and would probably not be for at least 24 hours. Von, holding his characteristic large mug of coffee (no creamer, no sugar) strolled by Hope’s desk and noticed her blank expression. “What’s …

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