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Whether you’re going back to work on Black Friday or enjoying a long weekend, the Thanksgiving holiday marks an important time to express gratitude, relax, and prepare for the rest of 2019. Read below for five tips on navigating the Thanksgiving season as a working professional!
It’s the season for expressing gratitude and giving thanks. Not just for family and friends, but your business, coworkers, boss, and even your workspace too. Gratitude is all about small gestures. It doesn’t take a lot of work to make an impact. Before you head out of the office for turkey day, take the time to express your gratitude at work.
The holiday season has a lot of perks, but with all the celebrations and time-off comes increased stressed and anxiety at work. According to the American Institute of Stress, 65% of workers surveyed said stress from work caused difficulties in their lives. In 2019, when we can access work from our phones and demands often stretch beyond 9-5, it is more important than ever to learn how to stay calm. Here are four tips for tapping into your zen side at work:
At work, it often seems that there are no in-betweens: either you’re living large with extra guac on that burrito, or sitting down for another sad desk salad. You think to yourself, “there must be a better way!” Ditching workplace mindsets around food is difficult. There always seems to be something that gets in the way of regular eating- not being able to take lunch, leftover catering from a meeting, mindless snacking, or not packing enough food. All of these reasons, and more, prevent us from feeling satisfied and eating well at work. It is possible to feel full and happy without sacrificing work time. Read below for four strategies for eating well at work!
1. Drink lots of water.
Engagement at work isn’t just about staying motivated. It’s about reassessing your place in both your job and career. Often, this lack of motivation stems from not getting what you want out of your workday. Summer is also often a slower season for many businesses, which only increases how difficult it is to be engaged. As we head into fall, here are three tips for jump-starting your office life and reigniting your purpose at work.
Discussions around employee’s experiences outside of the work they do often centers around benefits, like healthcare and time off. But a huge part of satisfaction at work comes from smaller perks that employees experience on a weekly, monthly, or even yearly basis. Office perks aren’t just for people at huge corporations with millions to spend a year. By choosing a shared workspace, a company can access great perks for employees no matter their size! Read below for five office perks to look for in new workspace.
“Moving is stress-free,” said no one ever… right? Well, not anymore. Gone are the days of endless paperwork, hours on the phone setting up a new space, and spending precious free time lugging furniture around.