When lines between work and home life are blurred, which is often the case whether you are working from home or in the office, work has a way of spilling over into evenings and weekends. You start to feel as though you’re always “on”. If you find you are stressing about work during (what should be) your down time, it may help you to establish some boundaries for shutting down at the end of each day. After all, we make more efficient use of a limited resource. And the resource in this case is your time.
Have you ever found yourself staring at a blank screen, feeling stuck and unable to create? Or do you find yourself procrastinating on even the most routine tasks because you just don’t have the energy? What if you could overcome this painful rut simply by making it a priority – and a commitment – to get more sleep? Here are 5 key reasons to make your sleep a top priority.
The emotions we bring to work are equally important as our cognitive skills but we always want to be authentic and true to ourselves. Sharing our positive energy does not mean we put on a happy face and pretend everything is fine when it’s not. But being aware of our energy means we demonstrate the best of ourselves and in turn, we bring out the best in others. Here are 2 simple ways we can bring our best to every situation.
We know stress is caused by the anticipation of future possibilities, and as humans, we prefer to sit in certainty. So, how do we cope in the midst of a global pandemic where there is no shortage of uncertainty?