28 results for tag: wellbeing


Take a Vacation From How You Think About Work

It’s vacation season. K-12 schools all over the country typically give the students a week off in mid-April. As a parent with sons in their twenties, I am well past those years. But I admit to having a picture of a pristine white beach tacked on my memo ...
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It is Not Just Now That We Do Not Have Control. It is Never

LOSING CONTROL PART 1 In early April 2020, I cut my own hair. Not a trim, by the way. That was the plan but it didn’t work out that way – I couldn’t get it quite the way I wanted so I just kept cutting. Which nobody in my family was particularly ...
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How to Avoid Committing to Too Much

This is a time of year when the daylight grows shorter, but our days seem to grow longer with to-do lists, errands, and responsibilities leading into the holidays. It's important to take inventory of all the ways we are either buoyed or depleted by the tasks ...
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Bring Balance into Your Life

Bringing balance into your life; well what does this mean? Does this mean a tricky yoga pose or one of those ladies from third world countries that carries an entire harvest and her baby on her head in a basket? Or what about those folks in India who balance ...
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5 Ways to Never Lose Touch With Yourself

Have you ever looked at an old snapshot of yourself and wondered who you are and where you went? If you do, you have company. Many women are just nurturing and agreeable by nature, then one day wake up and find that they have met the needs of other people so ...
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Create Space for Conversations About Mental Health in the Workplace

For too long, the topic of mental health has been the ultimate work-talk taboo. The stigma that comes from vulnerable conversations about mental health can be heavy. But the statistics are too significant to ignore—1 in 5 adults experience issues with ...
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Your Thoughts Create Your Reality: Want to Go For a Ride?

It happened again! It feels like I am writing an article I wrote a short while back and it's not. My fingers are busy typing away as I sit here at the breakfast table alone, back hunched over, face red and my heart beating quickly. Earlier this morning ...
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Strength When Life Gets Rough

Periods of life come and go just like the seasons. Some periods are full of smooth sailing. The sky is bright, your co-workers are happy, and everything exceeds your expectations. In other periods, it seems like everything is going wrong. Unexpected bills ...
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Men’s Guide to Practicing Self-Love

Tune Out Negativity This is a great first step to improving self-love. You should let the desire of being true to yourself outweigh the desire to fit the mold of what others want you to be. Here are two things that you can start doing now. Reevaluate ...
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10 Ways You Can Best Use Your Time to Mentally Recharge

Being good at what you do is fantastic. It generates self-esteem and helps your career grow. As a result of that skill, people will come to you for assistance or advice, which means you can help others develop projects, adding your voice to what needs to be ...
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Don’t Be a Man About It: Anthony Vlahos on Mindfulness and Music’s Impact on Mental Health

Stories help us become who we want to become. But men traditionally have a difficult time sharing their own stories, uncomfortable with expressing their vulnerabilities. However, it's these vulnerabilities that makes us more than just our titles. Execu...
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A Full Table at Christmas This Year May Mean an Empty One in the Years Ahead, Experts Warn

Choose to keep chairs empty at the holidays this year or risk having them empty for years to come. That's the message being delivered in various forms by public health experts and politicians as COVID-19 continues to spread at a devastating pace. The ...
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