9 Lessons That Made Me a Better Remote Worker.

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With more and more people working remotely at least some of the time, more employees are experiencing that things change when there’s no office. Dynamics, habits and workflows change in a remote organization. Some changes are obvious, but others are subtle. As an employee in a fully remote company for the last few years, I’ve […]

How to eat healthy when you work from home – breakfast, lunch and snacks.

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Source: https://www.peopleperhour.com/ Healthy eating as a freelancer is easier said than done. Yes you work from home so technically you have the advantage of a kitchen, but that’s just one part of the puzzle. Eating well requires preparation and routine. When a deadline is looming, eating kale isn’t exactly top of the priority list. We […]

The Covid-19 Pandemic Has Only Just Begun

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Source https://elemental.medium.com/ By Robert Roy Britt Photo: Kena Betancur/Stringer/Getty Images Why every U.S. city and county should brace for severe outbreaks, a possible second wave, and even a resurgence of the coronavirus later this year and next. While the worst Covid-19 outbreaks in the United States so far have occurred in a relative handful of […]

Social Distancing? Here Are Some Museums To Visit From Your Couch

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Source: https://www.allaboutarizonanews.com/ Social distancing and relaxing at home for next few weeks? You should be. Kids are home from school, you may be home from work… so what do you do when the inevitable boredom hits? Here are some museums that offer virtual tours online: British Museum, London This iconic museum located in the heart […]

7 Habits that Seem Lazy (But Actually Let You Get More Done)

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Source: https://medium.com/ Scott H. Young In 1850, French economist Claude-Frédéric Bastiat published his famous essay, “Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas” or, “What is seen and what is unseen.” In it, he argues against the “bad economist” who looks only to the initial effect of actions taken, and not their further consequences. […]

Your Coronavirus Work-From-Home Wellness Plan.

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Source:https://elemental.medium.com/y By:Dana G Smith Photo: PeopleImages/Getty Images Expert advice on staying active, where to sit, and what to snack on when your home becomes your office. In light of Covid-19, thousands of people are starting to work from home, and on behalf of freelancers, writers, and programmers everywhere, I would like to say, “Welcome to the […]

The Only 5 Things You Need to Live Well

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Source: https://medium.com/ By: Melissa Chu Photo credit: Mikita Karasiou “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” — Confucius Overload has become the norm. Every single day, we’re barraged with copious amounts of information. We’re told how to spend our time, what to eat, and where to go. While we search endlessly for […]

How Our Use of Social Media Fuels Envy, Comparison, Anxiety, and Depression.

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Source: https://medium.com/ By: Srinivas Rao Photo by David Calderón on Unsplash Through social media we have a continual window into the lives of friends, pseudo-friends, and celebrities. And what we see is not some unvarnished peek into their world but a highly idealized image that they present. We see only the most exciting images from their vacations, the […]

Meditation As Stress Management.

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By: Giga Stress is purely a mental problem. When the mind goes haywire, then the rest of your body will also do the same. You will become emotionally unstable when you’re under the throes of stress and you will mostly like feel the repercussions on your body, like muscle cramps, headache, and more. It is […]