Category: Lifestyle

  • Thank You 2018!

    2018 you have been one hell of a ride! It’s been a fun and exhilarating year of successes, failures and as always growth from the valley! After a 7 year vision of having a women’s conference, I decided to not only jump over the hurdle of fear but bulldoze it over! The conference was held […]

  • Social Media: Is It Time To Eradicate It?

    There probably isn’t a person who’s been using social media for several years and hasn’t yet thought about renouncing it. Like other habits many of us have tried in the past, but we keep coming back for some reason. Well, the reasons why we keep coming back are somewhat obvious. Not only do they provide […]

  • Letting Go of Toxic People

    All of us had people in our lives who, at one time or another, harmed us profoundly. In some cases, that situation has changed with that person, while in others, it’s still going on. It may be that in some cases, you’ve forgiven that person and they, in turn, may have shown remorse and have […]

  • Exhaustion 101: Hope to Stop Getting There

    Today’s world, particularly in the Western Hemisphere, is not any longer dominated by overwhelming amounts of Physical Activity. The level of Exhaustion and burnout has never been higher. This trend can apply to many of us, even at this moment. The question of how many of us are at this moment are feeling drained, foggy, […]

  • Quick Guide: De-stress At Your Office (Home or Corporate)

    Every working person out there wants to be more productive and efficient, but at the same time, to be less stressed and healthier overall. Nevertheless, if this were so readily achievable, we wouldn’t be talking about it, right? In today’s working environment, more and more people are telecommuting. In fact, roughly four million people in […]

  • 3 Ways to Achieve Work-Life Integration

    In more recent years, the line between work and personal life has blurred with the appearance of all sorts of mobile and interconnected devices. We continually find ourselves looking over work-related emails in the evenings, filing reports after hours, or chatting with friends over social media when at work. Try as we might, but it’s […]

  •  How Being Selfish Is a Good Thing

    The Benefits of Being Selfish

    Selfishness and selflessness are two sides of the same coin. As the ancient Taoist religion of China teaches us, there is no such thing as something completely good or something completely bad. There cannot be darkness without light, as there cannot be hot without cold. The same thing holds true for selfishness and selflessness. In […]

  • One Hour per Day for Self-Care Is Not Only Required – It’s Necessary

    Self-care is not as elusive as it once was. And what’s more, it is not only required but also necessary. Luckily, however, self-care is now beginning to be widely accepted as a staple of healthy living. Taking some time for yourself, be it yoga, meditation, fitness, or even a good, long, relaxing bath, will help you […]

  • 4 Realistic Work-Life Integration Tips You Should Know About

    The many technological tools of today have created new ways for people to collaborate and work virtually, from home, bringing with them alternatives to the traditional working schedule. According to the UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, work-life integration “is an approach that creates more synergies between all areas that define “life”: work, home/family, community, personal well-being, […]

  • Understanding Work Life Integration

    Understanding and Implementing Work-Life Integration

    Work-life balance is a concept that’s been around for some time. It revolves around the idea of reaching a healthy balance by separating work and personal life, into two well-defined schedules. Nevertheless, the concept seems to imply that work is somehow removed from our daily lives, as a sort of separate entity, if you will. That […]

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