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Work and Life

Love at Work Is a Lot of Work!

Jim Halfens | Posted 01.11.2017 | Healthy Living
Jim Halfens

With the holidays ending, I would first like to wish you all a fantastic new year filled with love, health and fun. January is typically a time for ca...

Is It Time To Scrap Your Five-Year Plan And Start Over?

Posted 04.12.2013 | Black Voices

Sometimes Plan B is really Plan A. Know when to quit and start over. By Nathan Hale Williams We all know the line, “The best laid [plans] of ...

6 Strategies For Work-Life Balance

Posted 03.10.2015 | OWN

By Martha Beck You have a work life. You have a home life. And you have, in all probability, forgotten how to keep them separate. Martha Beck dis...

You Never Know Until You Ask

Tammy Yee | Posted 12.08.2012 | Business
Tammy Yee

Imagine for a minute, that every person who somehow found a way to successfully manage their work and family life shared that bit of knowledge with someone else. Even it if that success was for one day, one month or throughout their career.

What Do You Work For?

Elizabeth Krupka | Posted 10.14.2012 | Healthy Living
Elizabeth Krupka

I recently read one of my college friend's tweets and it read: "What do you work for, money or health care?"

For A Better Work-Life Balance, Follow The Fearless Rule Of Engagement

W. Hunter Roberts | Posted 09.26.2012 | Healthy Living
W. Hunter Roberts

To hell with balance! Do what you love, really, and include loving yourself. The rest will fall into place. It's all about saying yes to what, and whom, you love, without guilt or fear.

Does The Soul Only Exist From 9 To 5?

Peter Baksa | Posted 03.06.2012 | Healthy Living
Peter Baksa

People love to pigeonhole; they make snap judgments based on the most obvious thing about you, which is usually your job. Being raised around this sort of thing, we grow up being domesticated into believing these 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. stereotypes as being factual.

Why Are We So Stressed Out?

Tracey Marks, M.D. | Posted 02.04.2012 | Healthy Living
Tracey Marks, M.D.

I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Patricia Adson, a psychologist who works to help men and women strike a healthy balance between life and work. Overextending yourself at home and at work, according to Dr. Adson, is a leading ingredient to a stress-filled life.