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Category: Work-Life Balance

  • Five Tips for Working from Home With Kids

    I just received news that I will be working from home with kids for god knows how long. My kid's schools will be closing starting Monday until at least the end of March. Also, I just literally started a new job earlier this week. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. Maybe a little…

    How to work at home with kids during COVID
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  • Four Money Saving (and Earning) Tips for 2022

    If your goals for 2022 include saving some extra cash, you're not alone. According to CNBC, roughly 70% of Americans have money-related new year's resolutions. By learning about simple money saving tips, you're moving one step closer toward your goal. But simply having a vague goal to "save money" will most likely not give you…

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  • Three Signs You’re Headed for Career Burnout

    According to a recent article by NPR, the World Health Organization (WHO) has identified career burnout as becoming incredibly pervasive in the United States. So much so that in 2022, its International Classification of Diseases handbook will redefine career burnout as a "syndrome" linked to chronic stress at work. There's no vaccine to prevent career burnout.…

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  • Create a Productive Work from Home Schedule in Four Simple Steps

    If you're a work at home mom, creating a productive work from home schedule can be a bit like piecing together a large jigsaw puzzle. Read below to learn about four simple steps for developing an organized, efficient, and most importantly, productive work from home schedule: Step One: Find Your Happy Medium There are many…

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