The coronavirus pandemic is stressful for many people for many different reasons. People are worried about the health of themselves and their loved ones, issues like job security, and are feeling isolated due to physically distancing from others and staying home more than usual. And in addition to these stressors, a new one has recently emerged: the pressure to do more.
Are you and your cat bored at home as you’re engaging in social distancing? There are plenty of fun and useful activities you can do while you’re stuck at home. These are just a few of our favorite ideas.
You’re hoping for happy holidays–but it’s also important to have a happy wallet. Holiday shopping can get expensive if you don’t approach it wisely. Try these 10 tips to help you handle getting your holiday gifts in a wallet-friendly way!
It can be tough to struggle with Impostor Syndrome on the job, as the fears, worries, and negative self-talk associated with this phenomenon can take a toll on your energy and your work. Below, check out a few ways you can gain the confidence needed to kick Impostor Syndrome to the curb. Even using just one of these tips can help you improve your mindset, but combining several of these ideas may help you create a powerful strategy to really crush Impostor Syndrome!
Selling your home during winter can be challenging. But a few simple home-selling tips can help you easily make your home more attractive to potential buyers. These simple home-selling tips can help buyers warm up to your property even on the coldest day.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), more than 41,000 people die from suicide each year. September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time to shed light on this important topic that is often stigmatized.
Moving’s never easy. When you have to sell your house quick, it’s even more challenging. Luckily, there are a few simple things you can do to help speed up the process. These tips can help you attract potential buyers quickly when time’s of the essence.
If you don’t already know what you’re really spending and where your money is actually going, now is the time to start finding out.
Keeping a spending diary is a simple way to track your financial activity, and it can provide valuable insight into how and why you’re spending money.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…but it’s also a stressful time of year, especially for those who have food allergies or intolerances. Because so many of the upcoming holidays focus on food, the food-allergic person has to focus on staying safe while eating at holiday meals—and if you’re hosting one of these meals, it needs to be top of mind for you as well.
Theodore Roosevelt once said “Comparison is the thief of joy”—and it’s often true. But it’s natural to compare yourself to others, especially at work. Unfortunately, this habit can backfire on you, taking a toll on your happiness, stress levels, and productivity. Use these tips and tricks to help you feel more confident in your own abilities, which can also help you feel happier, more fulfilled, and less stressed!
Unfortunately, it’s tough to really get a handle on reducing interruptions in the workplace, as many of them are out of your control—but you can work on learning how to better manage your time and your responses to interruptions so you can regain your productivity faster. Below, we’ve compiled our top 12 tips to help you minimize the impact of interruptions.