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Are your work and home lives pulling you in opposite directions? Here are some tips to help achieve that sought after balance.
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Could you use more hours in your day?
You start the workday filled with hope and high expectations. You end it in a mad rush to check off all the boxes on your "to-do" list.
If you don't use a to-do list, you may wonder if you should. Would keeping one make you more efficient? Better at meeting deadlines? More productive? More...effective?
Can't separate yourself from work? Long hours and constant connectivity may make you feel dedicated and committed. But they actually undermine productivity.
Balancing workplace, home, and holiday stress
We're not preaching--just being proactive! Use these tips to keep your kids busy, happy and, yes--out of trouble--all while maintaining your sanity and getting your work done.
It's a given: Nobody gets more than 24 hours in a day. How you spend your waking hours, and how well you fill the number of hours you work, will determine how successful and accomplished you feel at the end of the day. If your to-do list never seems to get done, if you feel like your day is a constant string of interruptions and redirections, it's time to get down to business. How can you take back your time and use it to its best advantage?
Stress and work seemingly go hand-in-hand. It's only normal to feel some pressure during your workday. But what can you do when stress gets the best of you? We've compiled five easy ways for you to banish unnecessary stress from your day.
Department meetings. Baseball practice. Dinner preparation. Project deadlines. Bill paying. Sleep. Hundreds of tasks at work and at home require your attention each day. And busy people like you are always looking for ways to reduce the stress and make life a little easier. We might just be able to help. Here are 25 tips that can help you better manage your time (and save your sanity).
Making a decision to change just because it's New Year's Day isn't enough to keep you motivated for long. Lasting change means being prepared to make sacrifices. Are you truly willing to make the effort to kick a bad habit and start a healthy one? If so, you'll need to develop a plan of action and make that plan a priority.
Do you feel increased pressure at work? Does your time spin out of control? Does your work lead to stress and overwhelm? Use these nine simple steps to reduce daily stress at work so you can enjoy the balance of life you were meant to live.
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