Morning rituals set the tone for the day. They have a large say in preparing you to be productive for when you enter the office. What you do when you start your day has the potential to either make or break your day. In my case, I have to start my day with some form of exercise, followed by a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee.
Being a breadwinner basically means being the sole financial provider for your family. In many situations, it is not by choice.
For some young professionals, the idea of becoming the sole provider for their family is a daunting one.
Looking after our health has never been more important, yet so often a busy schedule leaves one’s health low on the list of priorities.
It’s that time of the year when we can so easily start to feel reckless and unmotivated. But we can’t stop now; we’ve come a long way to throw in the towel this far into the year.
To help young professionals understand how to separate work and home issues, life coach, Penny Holburn, shares eight great pointers definitely worth taking note of. Read full article here: Separating Work from Home
When it comes to setting up a healthy work space, are you a traditional and orderly person, or would you say your personality usually decides how you work as a professional? What does a healthy work space entail?
What exactly is a healthy work habit? A habit is a settled and regular practice, a way in which the brain drives us to be productive. It transforms our behavioral pattern by which we perform certain tasks, so that we can do them without even thinking, leaving us with more brainpower to focus on other things.
Employee wellness programmes are becoming more popular because employers understand the value of such programmes.