How to Create a Positive Work Culture

May 28, 2020
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According to the Bureau of Labor, the average American spends 44 hours a week at work. Add in commute times and those out-of-hours calls, catch-ups, and one-off emails, and a significant chunk of our week is spent either in the office or doing office-adjacent tasks. Unfortunately, research shows that more than half of Americans are…

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Activities to Promote Wellness at Home

May 20, 2020
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We live in a mad, mad world. With the Covid-19 pandemic, has come a new current reality for many around the globe. That reality is you and I have been stuck at home, all dressed up with nowhere to go. We’re like a sad country song. Or, perhaps you’re not dressed up. No judgment here. There’s a…

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How to Find a Healthy Work-Life Balance in a High-Pressure Job

May 13, 2020
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work-life balance

With technology use at an all-time high, it’s seemingly impossible to separate work and life. Work is constantly at your fingertips and it takes self-control, and discipline to step away– especially in a high-pressure job. It seems there’s always more to do, and a lot is asked of you. This can come with stress that…

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Tips on Mindful Eating While Working from Home

May 6, 2020
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The new normal has us all working from home, adjusting to a very different routine. It also has us in much closer proximity to our kitchens and refrigerators– and food can be a remote workers’ weakness. Staying healthy and mindful of nutrition can get increasingly tough when you feel comfortable and close to all of…

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Working from Home: 7 Ways to Take Effective Breaks

Apr 29, 2020
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effective breaks

If you’re one of the many people working from home right now, you might be experiencing a whole new set of challenges. From virtual meetings and your normal workload, to interruptions from pets and kids, it might be more difficult than ever to take a break. But it’s still critically important to step away from…

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Why You Should Move to a Virtual Office

Apr 24, 2020
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As we work from home to help flatten the curve, many of us are finding that there’s more to remote working than simply setting up a laptop in our home offices. Today’s highly amenitized workplaces are packed with infrastructure, technology, and services that we don’t necessarily notice until we no longer have access to them on a…

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Implementing Wellness into your Life

Apr 22, 2020
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As we work from home and practice social distancing in an effort to flatten the curve, it’s easy to let wellness fall by the wayside. Social media is rife with people lamenting the loss of their routines, quiet time, and work-life balance. Articles abound with tips for juggling a seemingly impossible new set of responsibilities and…

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Tips to Increase Personal and Team Productivity Exponentially

Apr 8, 2020
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Productivity

If you know anything about pop culture, you might remember the artist Usher as a judge on the television show “The Voice,” using the catchphrase “Teamwork makes the dream work.” While yes, it is catchy, he’s not wrong. A skilled, streamlined, united team is crucial to running anything successfully, whether it’s a sports team, a…

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How to Maintain Your Mental Health While Working From Home

Mar 25, 2020

As the nation practices social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many workers are now working from makeshift home offices. This represents a huge shift in the day-to-day lives of most of us, and the change in routine combined with the relentless news cycle can do a number on your mental health. Here’s how…

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6 Tips for Networking in Coworking Spaces

Feb 27, 2020
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Networking

Luckily for those who work in a shared office space, the opportunity to network is right at your doorstep. Networking can sometimes be a bit awkward and forced, however in your coworking space, there’s a high chance you’re with motivated, like-minded individuals who are naturally curious about your business. There’s also less pressure because you…

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