Optimum Performance: Balance a Demanding Job and Working Out

Sep 30, 2020
working out

Performing at your best is all about being able to strike the right balance between the various demands on your time. However, strive though we might to balance work, wellness, fitness, and social demands, it’s all too easy for certain aspects of life to take a backseat to other, seemingly more urgent tasks. When work deadlines…

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Reclaim Your Productivity With a Clean and Organized Workspace

Sep 16, 2020
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clean workspace

In recent years design trends have shifted towards minimalism and decluttering and organizational gurus have become household names. There’s a reason for this. Clean and organized spaces are associated with balance, optimism, and productivity. In contrast, cluttered, disorderly spaces can have a huge impact on our ability to get things done – and on how…

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Returning to the Office: How to Manage Work Stress

Sep 2, 2020
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We all experience work-related stress from time to time. But now that Covid-19 is changing the very nature of how and where we work, we’re facing brand new stressors in addition to the old ones: stay healthy, wear a mask, collaborate while staying socially distanced, tackle technology to connect virtually, don’t congregate in office kitchens (or elevators…

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How to Stay Healthy and Motivated This Summer

Aug 12, 2020
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It’s the dog days of summer, and let’s be honest: You don’t really want to be working. You’re probably daydreaming about beaches and pools and barbecues, and your productivity is almost sure to plummet. In fact, 25% of workers feel less productive during June, July, and August. But fear not—we have several tips that can help you stay…

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Gear That’s Guaranteed to Make You More Productive 

Jul 8, 2020
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work products

In today’s day and age, it’s hard to stay focused and get things done. Not only are you constantly getting messages and emails, but you are being targeted with ads and a seemingly never-ending stream of media begging to be read. So how can you combat this? How can you save time, increase efficiency, and…

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4 Tips for Preventing Work Burnout

Jun 24, 2020
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burnout

When the nation switched primarily to at-home working, many employees rejoiced. Working from home meant no commute, no business casual, and none of the usual office distractions. But with reduced staffing, reshuffled priorities, and a new reliance on ever-present communications technology, workers are reporting high levels of burnout. Let’s take a look at what’s contributing…

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How to Stay Healthy in a Coworking Space

Jun 17, 2020
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healthy

As states start to re-open and some of us head back to the office, we now face a new normal. The Covid-19 pandemic will continue to impact our lives for the foreseeable future, so we have no choice but to adapt, which includes adjusting how we work.  You might be wondering how to stay safe when…

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The Morning Routines of Successful People

Jun 3, 2020
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morning-routines

The secret to a productive morning is both art and science. There’s no real magic involved, it just requires intentionality and paying attention to what works best for YOU, so that you can tweak your routine for optimum success. While something might work for Linda, it doesn’t mean it will also work for Bob.

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How to Create a Positive Work Culture

May 28, 2020
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positivity

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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