You go to the gym to get fit and healthy. You work on your cardiovascular health and do some weight training, often in the hopes of losing weight. However, during your fitness efforts, you may be exposing yourself to billions of bugs, germs, viruses, and microbes that can make you sick.
What do you do when you love everything about your job, except that one annoying coworker? You have to be around this person at least 8 hours per day, 5 days per week. You spend more time with this person than you do with your friends and some family members.
Some people just like to push our buttons. There are individuals who are actively working against you to try to get ahead. And some are just completely clueless and don't even realize what they're doing. Do you work with someone like this?
Whether you work in a hospital or supermarket, you can make your job more meaningful. According to some studies, nearly two thirds of Americans are dissatisfied at work. While you probably need your boss to approve a raise or a bigger office, these are some adjustments you can make on your own. Take a look at these 5 ideas for putting more purpose into your job.
Do you feel stressed out at work? Deadlines, job insecurity, and dealing with a difficult co-worker or supervisor are just a few of the most common sources of stress in the workplace. Unfortunately, on-the-job stress can negatively affect your health, well-being, and relationships.
One well known study that investigates stress in the workplace is the seventh annual Labor Day poll by The Marlin Company, "Attitudes in the American Workplace VII." According to this study:
As a parent, you love your child more than anything else in the world, but even the most well- behaved children have their moments. Those with children are often reminded that parenting is a 24/7 job. Does your toddler constantly make you pull out your hair?
Try these tips for dealing with toddler misbehavior:
Great days rarely happen just by accident. They usually require a little preliminary work if you want to make them worth remembering. Just as the path to a great body is pretty simple (though not easy), having a great day can be pretty simple, too. Do you know what you need to have a great day? Have you ever even considered the question?
If your life seems too rushed, complicated, and unfulfilling, a simple routine might be all you need to get yourself on the path to having a better day.
If you’re not getting enough things done on your to-do list, you’re not alone. It’s common to feel a little overwhelmed, rushed, and even guilty when you’re unable to get everything done each day. Staying focused and in the moment is challenging.
Then the little things seem to start piling up. The dishes are dirty and the laundry needs to be done. The only obvious solution is to be even busier and to schedule every minute of the day.
Conscious uncoupling could make breaking up easier to do. You probably heard some journalists snicker when actress Gwyneth Paltrow recently used the term to describe her separation from her husband, Chris Martin.
What you may have missed was a number of prominent psychologists expressed their approval of the conscious uncoupling approach. In fact, the process includes many principles that have been part of marriage and divorce counseling for years.
When it comes to weight loss, we often focus on diet and exercise and forget about the value of social support. Experts report that teaming up with others helps you enjoy the process and lose weight faster. See how a food buddy can help you take off excess pounds and live a healthier life.
It’s unlikely you have any issues in your life that weren’t created by fear. You might not think that your financial or relationship challenges are rooted in fear. However, if you’re honest with yourself, you’ll probably realize that many of your obstacles are caused by your fears and your inability to deal with them in an appropriate way.