You don’t have to do it all to be productive. In fact, one of the keys to productivity is reducing the number of tasks you do. It’s hard to accomplish your goals when you feel pushed to the limit. By taking a step back, you can re-evaluate your priorities and be efficient where it counts.
Continued from Part 1 Keep Your Work Life Separate from Your Personal Life Since your work is naturally stressful, its important to keep it separate from your personal life. Avoid checking work emails when you’re at home. You can hang out with your coworkers, but try to find friends that are not involved in your
Nursing is a fast-paced, high-stress career that often takes a toll on a nurse’s mental health. In fact, studies show that 18% of hospital-employed nurses experience depression. While this career can be rewarding, it is also mentally and physically draining. What can you do to get through the day and maintain a positive outlook? Check
Monday, 20 August 2018 by Urban Balance Blogger
We all have our insecurities, those small imperfections that we analyze with a microscope. We’re quick to overlook other people’s flaws, but we can’t get past the ones we see in ourselves. What’s the solution for that? How can we overcome the self-consciousness and embrace the beauty of our imperfections? Check out these self-esteem boosting
In that TGIF mindset and it’s only Tuesday? We hear ya! We’ve all had those days where we’re just counting down the seconds until we get home. Then the weekend comes, and it feels like all your free time flows like water down a drain. You feel defeated, frustrated, and stressed about the work week
Most celebrities keep their personal struggles private for fear of public rejection. Demi Lovato uses those struggles to show people it’s okay to be flawed. She has battled with everything from addiction to bulimia to bipolar disorder, and she has come out on top time and time again. What’s her secret? Therapy. Lots of therapy.
Friday, 01 June 2018 by Heaven Stubblefield
Dating as a widow comes with unique challenges. By now, you’ve handled the grief and set yourself up financially, but it still seems strange to jump into the dating scene. I lost my husband when I was 26, and I did not know any other widows in my life. Every time someone gave me dating
Thursday, 31 May 2018 by Heaven Stubblefield
As a new widow, you may be faced with the challenge of managing money for the first time on your own. This is something I had to adjust to as a 26-year-old widow, as I discussed in the first part of this grief recovery guide. No matter how you handled money in your marriage, you’re
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 by Heaven Stubblefield
26 and widowed. That’s how I introduced myself for the better part of a year. Losing a spouse at any age is difficult. It is particularly challenging for someone who is trying to navigate the world as a young adult. The average age of a widow in America is 59, but many men and women
Mental Health Awareness Month has been celebrated every May since 1949! It’s an effort to remove the stigma of mental health issues and promote people getting counseling. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 Americans affected by mental health conditions. Mental health awareness is also important for suicide prevention as 90%