With the health insurance marketplace now open for 2019 enrollment, you might be spending a little extra time thinking about your personal well-being. As you compare plans and weigh costs, it can be downright unsettling to make predictions about how many insurance services you’ll be using during the upcoming year. (Really, who wants to entertain … Continue reading Fall Back into Daylight Savings with Healthy Sleep Patterns
The relationship between technology and productivity is complicated. On the one hand, modern tech introduces us to wider audiences, providing the opportunity to share ideas like never before. It speeds up time-consuming processes and streamlines operations. It gives us the unbridled freedom to play music, track our weight loss, chat with friends, buy concert tickets, … Continue reading 4 Productivity Apps to Help You Save Time and Stay Focused
Let's Get Personal Have you ever met someone and thought “Whoa, that dude really needs a hobby”? My father is one of those people. Not like he’s wound real tight or incapable of relaxing---quite the opposite, actually. He’s affable, easy going, has a razor-sharp wit, great intuition…and very little life outside of work. Now, the … Continue reading The Power of Passion: A Personal Hobby Is Crucial to Your Life Outside of Work
“Must be able to multitask.” How many times have you seen that in a job description? Furthermore, how many times have you highlighted your “extraordinary multitasking skills” in an interview or cover letter? In our line of work, it's a must. But it seems that despite our best efforts to boost productivity by accomplishing more … Continue reading Multitasking: A New Word for Counterproductive?
We all know that one person. The one who despite deadlines and curveballs manages to get their work done early, always appears calm and composed, and somehow still has time for leisure and vacation. It's a little infuriating. How do they do it?! How do they maintain increased productivity in today's world of constant stress … Continue reading Working Hard or Hardly Working? Simple Steps for Increased Productivity