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Ways Your Job Is Making You Sick

We often joke that work is slowly killing us, especially if it's a job we are not very fond of doing. Maybe you're bored or can't stand the drudgery of your daily duties. Perhaps it's the deadline pressure or the office politics. Whatever the reason it's more than just bad for your psyche; a rotten...
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What Are "Sunday Scaries" And How To Stop Them From Ruining Your Weekend

It's no surprise that in a recent survey, 80% of workplace professionals experience stress and anxiety that builds up on Sunday nights before the return of the work week, also known as the “Sunday Scaries.” Sundays can be especially stressful for a number of reasons: 60% of professionals blame...
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Bad Habits That Can Boost Your Career

While we try to rid ourselves of bad habits, some of them may be beneficial in the office. Procrastinating, gum chewing and complaining are all glaring faux pas at the office, but they could be signs that you’re smarter than you think. Waiting until the last minute to finish a project or deadline...
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Most Potential Lottery Winners Would Share Their Prize With Others

No one won the $430 million in Powerball last night (10/17/18) while the prize for Friday's Mega Millions jackpot (10/19/18) is now estimated at $900 million, second only to the $1.59 billion Powerball lottery in 2016. We all have a list of things we'd do if we won the jackpot. A survey of by TD...
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How To Get Through The Day When You Had A Sleepless Night

Sleepless nights result in an exhausting day. Unfortunately the day can't stop just because you were battling insomnia, so here are some ways to get things done when you're exhausted from not sleeping. Start by taking a quick power nap. Just keep it under 30 minutes if you want to feel both...
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People Who Work From Home Feel More Guilty About Working Than Office Co-Workers

There is something to be said about work efficiency when you gather your items from your desk and head home to complete them. While a third of workers find it easier to focus while working from home and report numerous benefits, they feel that there’s a perception from the outset that they are...
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Men Prefer Chores Over Work

While women still are the ones who do more household chores then men , regardless of either the man's or woman's career or income, times are changing and men are finding chores are more satisfying then their careers. A survey of 4,000 people were asked to rate their enjoyment of daily activities...
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Become More Productive By Breaking Your Work Into 30 Minute Segments

There’s a hundred things to keep track of in a typical work day and trying to accomplish everything at once typically means you’re less productive than you’d like to be. So to save your sanity (and perhaps your job), it may be best to shelf your multitask skill set and break your work load into...
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Natural Lights Makes Us Happier and Harder Workers

On the first day, God said, "Let There Be Light." Come to find out the number one perk we want as workers is natural light, according to a new study. The poll of 1,614 U.S. employees found that more than one third of workers say they don’t get enough natural light in their work spaces. What’s more...
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Why A Day At The Office Wears You Out

It's common to feel exhausted after sitting behind a desk all day. But how can that be? The "I'm beat" feeling eclipses that of a 60 minute cardio workout. Work fatigue, research has shown, really isn't about physical activity at all but scientists still don't know exactly why it is that our minds...
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