Of course, we all want to get work done, but an empty stomach can be a big distraction! Here are some of our favorite spots near our Downtown location to grab a quick bite to eat:
Who says goals are just for the new year? The end of the year brings a time to hone in on what you want to achieve. While Q4 is full of work deadlines, holidays, travel, and events, it’s also a great time to center yourself before 2020. January will be here in a blink of an eye, so let’s focus and get serious about Q4 goals to help close out the year strong.
There are endless excuses as to why one cannot work out during the workday. We often think if we want to exercise, we have to squeeze it in by waking up extra early or taking away precious evening time. It’s why so many of us dread working out or skip the gym altogether.
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.
Back to school season is here! The lazy days of summer are over and it is back to homework, early mornings, and the general craziness that comes with a new school year. As a working parent, it can be tough to make the transition along with your kids. Here are four tips for slaying back to school season while keeping up at work!
The lazy, hazy days of summer are prime vacation time. It may feel like everyday there is someone new with an “out of office” bounce-back email. Whether you are biding time until your holiday, just coming back, or saving your PTO days for another time of year, it can be hard to stay on track during the last weeks of summer. Here are six ways to keep yourself motivated for the rest of the season!