So maybe you don’t have your dream job, or maybe you’re hitting a rough patch and it’s affecting everything – not just your work day. None of us ever want to be in the situation where we are miserable, lack career satisfaction, and just stare at the clock to count down the minutes. But some of us are. And most of us don’t have the ground to actually be unhappy at work – most of us (in fact, none of us) have grounds to be unhappy in life, period. Continue reading
During times of triumph in college, sometimes it takes a little extra motivation to get through those days that are packed with seemingly endless reading, assignments, tests, quizzes, and extra-curriculars. Here is a little food for thought and inspirational quotes for students as you pursue your education… Continue reading
Too many college students find themselves sick or suffering from a variety of physical and mental conditions they have never before experienced. Many of these problems can be attributed to poor diet, lack of exercise and sleep, and generally unhealthy habits. Does this mean you are doomed to suffer from health issues just because you are in college? Continue reading
For many people, the phrase “go to work” conjures up images of rows of cubicles with desks, with people hunched over their computers, typing furiously. While some people thrive in this type of environment, others wither and long for a job that doesn’t keep them chained to a desk all day.
Although desk work sometimes seems to be the norm, the truth is that sitting at a desk all day long can put a serious strain on the human body. A number of repetitive motion injuries are tied to desk jobs, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis. Other ailments linked to low-activity desk jobs are eyestrain, back pain, and even colon cancer. Continue reading
What separates the best performing workplaces from those that remain middle-of-the-road? It’s just one single word: productivity. The top-performing organizations all understand how to generate and maintain a high level of productivity within their workforce. Continue reading