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Who doesn't want to have it all? To be able to have a great and productive work life and a healthy and rewarding home life is the goal of almost everyone. It used to be that in ...
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We are only a few weeks into the new year, and if you're like me, you've already made – and broken – several resolutions. It's perfectly normal, and in fact, it's just ...
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@page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } A:link { so-language: zxx } -->The holiday season is a time for sharing peace, joy and love with the people you care ...
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Since the introduction of social networking we've grown accustomed to the idea, in theory at least, that many parts of our private lives are no longer private. I say that we're ...
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 It's long been said that the early bird catches the worm, however I can't be sure that it's true. See, the chirping of the birds is usually a signal to me that it's long ...
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There are some things you simply shouldn't talk about at work. One of the cardinal rules is no discussion of religion, sex or politics. However, with the recent presidential ...
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Saving money is hard to do, but for some people, it's more difficult than it is for others. Maybe it has something to do with how your parents saved or how they taught you to deal ...
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When you're out of work and struggling to find work, paying the bills is next to impossible. The deeper in debt you get, the more you feel like a failure. Then depression sets in, ...
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The term work-life balance is often used to describe workers who have figured it all out – who don’t appear too stressed at work or frazzled at home. In reality, ...
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The end of the summer is almost here, and for children, it's time to get back to school and back to work. For many professionals, it's also the last chance for a summer getaway. ...
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In today’s technological age, many people are tied in to some sort of social connection thanks to things like smartphones and tablets. In many ways these items are a true ...
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Do you ever feel that you have to chose between your family's needs and your work responsibilities? So many of us struggle to find a balance between work and home. It can get to ...
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Working in a dream job is what everyone would love to do, but not everyone is able to accomplish. Some surveys show that over 80% of people spoken to say they are not working in ...
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 I was cleaning out some old notebooks and found a “to do” list I made months ago.  I was surprised to see so many things on the list.  I was shocked to ...
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Over the past three days, I've been trying to get over a bad cold. I knew it was coming a few days before I got the first sniffle. You see, last week, I wasn't feeling that great. ...
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 You know all those miserable people you have to work with that make your job unbearable?  The crummy cubicle you work in?  Your lousy work schedule and ...
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  Today I’m at the beach with my daughter and her family.  I could be at home, sending out resumes, following up on job applications or surfing the net for ...
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New York City has earned the designation, “The City that Never Sleeps.”  But NYC is not the only town up all night.  In practically every community someone ...
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 The shelves are loaded at the book store about how to create and manage a healthy work/life balance, yet so many people still have the issue (I guess the lack of balance is ...
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Tis the season for vacations!  After tossing the house upside down to pack, making 20 phone calls to find a dog sitter, and braving the chaos at the airport, train ...