Commuting to and from work is one of the most unifying rituals on earth. No matter where we are from, what we do, or where we do it, we all have to get ourselves from our living quarters to our workplace. There are, of course, countless ways to do this: cars, buses, trains, trams, scooters, bikes, rollerblades, and feet are all well-used modes of transportation for these morning and evening trips.
Loose Lips Sink (Work Relation)ships: Handling Gossip in the Workplace
Humans are by their very nature, social creatures. It’s one of the foundational reasons why we’ve thrived as a species. Through forming relationships and working together, we’ve accomplished great things.
7 Tips for Self Care
Despite the anticipation of summer with its lure of warm, lazy days, for many of us, it rarely works out that way. That sunshine can mean more social obligations with friends, a need to program and supervise a full day of activities for children home while school’s out and an end to the ready excuse of putting off house repairs until the weather permits.
A Stiff Upper Lip to a Pink Slip: How to Rebound from Being Let Go
Let’s face it: getting laid off sucks. Even when it comes with a generous severance package, after investing a significant amount of our time into a job, getting let go can make you feel adrift, whether in regard to your career, finances, or your self-worth.
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A universal cliché: the eternal battle between the child’s messy room and the parent’s demand for order. I know that many of you fought this fight too. Perhaps if you’re like me, you begrudgingly accepted your chore, knowing you couldn’t win (or risk the withdrawal of other privileges), while promising yourself that one day, when you were on your own, you would leave your clothes in whichever pile you felt like leaving them in.
The current overculture is filled with hair-tousling aphorisms about less sleep, more work. ‘Sleep is for the weak!’ ‘You can sleep when you’re dead!’ These aren’t just lighthearted ribs, though. Over the span of just 70 years, we’ve cut our average sleep time by almost 20%.