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Employee's Workplace, Inspiration, New Worker, Relaxation

Hiking Day at the Park – Work-Life Balance

This week I’m taking you out with me to the park while sharing some fun doable tips to help achieve a balance between work and life. It’s really important as workers that we live a well-rounded life!

Please share your thoughts in the comment section, let me know what you think! Also feel free to share topics you’d love for me to make a video about.

I really enjoyed filming this video and I hope you like it. Read my previous articles on work-life balance here and here.

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Have a great week ahead!

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Inspiration

September Inspiration: Appreciate your Challenges

Happy New Month!!!!!!!!!

It’s September and honestly, I’m so excited and grateful. August was so inspiring for me. You know that I usually put up inspiring articles at the beginning of a new month because we all need a bit of that for our work lives. So I’ll be sharing what kept me going in August and how we can make our work lives more meaningful.

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Employee's Workplace, Inspiration, New Worker

Make a Decision: A Job or Career?

Make the decision, what do you want: a job or career? Overtime, I’ve come to understand that there are so many ways to look at life and one of such ways is determining what you want to do with your work-life.

Living life goes beyond waking up every morning and setting out without having a consistent plan or goal.

I have heard of many people say that they want to do something because of the pay they will make from it. I think we should ask ourselves if we want to do something that gives us money only or  something that gives us both money and self-fulfillment?

A job or career?

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

11 Tips For Managing Stress

The journey of life can be stressful and demanding, I admit. It is even worse with modern day life. The workplace cannot be left out, it unknowingly becomes stressful if you fail to handle stress properly and make the best of it.

The biggest mistake you will make is accepting that stress is a way of life. No, it isn’t. It may be unavoidable, but its negative effects can be curtailed.

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