By Craig Watkins
If you asked 10 people their main reason for not working out, 9 out of 10 of them would most likely say, "I'm way too busy to work out."
This might be slightly exaggerated, but the world we live in today moves so fast and it is very easy to let all of the day's responsibilities and obligations take over the... Read More
Most people do well within the positions that they enjoy, positions that they can make a difference and feel proud of their accomplishments whether it's in the forefront or behind the scenes. If people are placed within the best position within an organization, club, or group they can succeed by leaps and bounds using astrology!
Here's the formula:
In short, there are four elements in which the astrological signs divide by. Along with the... Read More
By John Purfield
Sleep deprivation is when your body does not get the required sleep it needs. Sleep deprivation could be voluntary or not (through a sleep disorder). There are many signs of sleep deprivation. Some are noticeably obvious and some symptoms are not because you may think the other symptoms you're... Read More
The benefits of regular exercise on your body are undeniable, but did you know that breaking a sweat helps in the workplace, too? Researchers have found that office workers who incorporated exercise into their schedule were more tolerant of their own mistakes and more forgiving of colleagues, plus their work performance was consistently higher. They demonstrated better time management and improved mental sharpness. ... Read More
A cough and a sneeze can mean the start of something big - and not in a good way. It seems like your children come down with those icky ailments when you least expect them. Of course, there's never a good time for anybody in your family to get sick, but Murphy 's Law says that your offspring will likely fall ill at the worst possible time. That's why it's important to always have a plan in place for when your kids do get sick. This is... Read More
To work out or not to work out -- that's the question. Many people don't know the facts when it comes to exercising while ill. Some experts maintain there is some truth to the notion that working out when sick will make you feel better. However, they recommend activities that increase circulation. But avoid high-intensity exercises that make you gasp. Many enthusiasts follow these guidelines: If the cold is in your head -- sneezing, runny... Read More
Whether you're pregnant, on maternity leave or have returned to the office after the birth of a child, you may run into coworkers who aren't exactly excited to help support you in balancing parenting with work. But striking that work-life balance is important, primarily for you and your family, but also for your workplace. According to research from the Families and Work Institute, family-friendly work arrangements engender loyalty and... Read More
Does anyone really love the struggle to find something appropriate to wear to work? With styles that show too much skin for corporate and ones that are downright dowdy, sometimes it's hard to dress for changing office styles. Add to that the trouble matching separates like pants, skirts and tops, and it becomes a huge headache. Luckily, wearing dresses can solve all those issues. It's just one piece - nothing to mix and match --... Read More
What happens when professional relationships suddenly turn personal? We're talking about those workplace romances that are certain to get tongues wagging. If work and play have suddenly become intertwined, you are in good company. A survey conducted by CareerBuilder.com determined that an estimated 40 percent of employees have gotten involved with someone in the workplace. And while it may seem like everybody is doing it, there are... Read More