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Working from home sounds like a straightforward concept, but it’s a little bit more complicated than meets the eye.  Depending on what type of work it is you’re doing, there might be some challenges or obstacles that get in the way of being productive.  Yes there are a lot of things which could potentially distract you from focusing on your job, but this isn’t to say that it’s impossible to be productive when you’re working remotely.  In fact, depending on how you coordinate your affairs, it might even be possible to increase your efficiency when working from home.  Here are

In light of the threat to public health posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the government called for schools to close down, and communities to practice social distancing, as a way to slow down rapid spread of the coronavirus.  These closures or a good thing because they help keep communities safe.  However, there are many families out there who have suddenly found themselves with a full house of kids and plenty of spare time.  That might translate to more family bonding, but it also means more squabbles, quarrels and awkward situations as kids inevitably get stir crazy in close quarters. 

These are very frightening times.  There’s so much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak that it’s difficult to get answers even for the most basic questions.  How dangerous is the virus really?  Will there ever be a good way to treat it?  How long will it take for things to get back to normal?  All of this ambiguity has a big impact on your mental health whether or not you realize it in the moment.  So, as events surrounding the virus continue to unfold, don’t forget the very important task of managing your stress.  Keep track of both your physical

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a highly contagious pandemic outbreak designated as the COVID-19 coronavirus. In a matter of months, this virus has spread across several countries all over the world, and has triggered an historic public health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States is in fact currently dealing with multiple reported cases of COVID-19 transmission in all 50 States. If you want to do your part to fight the spread of COVID-19, follow these very important guidelines from the WHO:      1. Wash Your Hands:      Regularly

As public health institutions all over the world take measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the most common advice being given to the public about avoiding infection is good hygiene.  Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distancing, avoid contact with potentially contaminated surfaces, and to regularly wash hands as basic precautions against contagion.  It’s easy to think of keeping areas like workplaces or households clean, however, vehicles are often overlooked when it comes to matters of sanitation.  No matter what make and model it may be, the more time you spend commuting in your vehicle, the more

Sitting Disease sounds like a completely made up ailment from a child’s game of make-believe, however, did you know that sitting disease is a condition which actually exists?  Sitting disease, more formally known as sedentary lifestyle, is a clinical lifestyle disorder which affects millions of people every day. The bulk of sitting disease is actually caused by routine activities.  Activities such as going from the breakfast table to the driver's seat, from your desk to the car, to the sofa, then to bed, with little movement or physical exertion otherwise – day after day, week after week, and month after month. The issue

Losing weight is one of the most challenging commitments a person can make. It shouldn’t be, considering how straightforward it is to achieve weight loss, but the reality is that many people genuinely struggle with this task. The reason why weight loss is so difficult has little to do with the process itself, and everything to do with the psychology of following through with weight loss. After all, it doesn’t take an extraordinary amount of genius to join a gym or start eating healthy. The real obstacle to weight loss is mindset. Psychological hindrances such as having the wrong attitude

Pursuing a career can be a double-edged sword. On some days, work will feel fulfilling. On other days, unfortunately, it will feel pointless.  It doesn’t matter how much good work you do, there will be moments when your job is so unsatisfying that it’s downright exhausting.  So, what should you do in such circumstances?  How should you turn things around?  Even though you might feel lost when things go south, such anxiety happens to be an all-too-common problem in the workplace.  There are millions of people who feel stuck doing work they don’t enjoy, in environments that provokes stress.  Frustration aside, you should take hope in

Debt is a natural part of life. In fact, it’s impossible to build any substantial wealth without taking advantage of financial resources such as loans or credit. Debt is directly instrumental to the quality of life that every member of society enjoys, and when managed responsibly, debt actually enables everyday people to gain access to transformative opportunities. Unfortunately, not everybody has a gleaming success story about how credit has improved their lives. Millions of people default on their loans every day, and this lapse ends up dismantling their lives completely. If you want to avoid falling victim to crushing debt,

Life would be a dream, if it weren’t for all those dark and worrisome thoughts that creep their way into our minds every now and then. Perhaps you’re on the verge of a break-up, and you can feel it coming. Or business is bad, and bankruptcy looms just around the corner. Maybe the kids are acting up, and you don’t know what could be the problem. Or there’s a mysterious ache nagging away at you, and it’s hard to tell whether the pain is something serious. Such concerns and uncertainties can basically be summed up into one word – stress,