Reasons Why You Should Have Work Friends and How to Go About Making Work Friends

5 Research-Backed Reasons Why You Need Work Friends

Finding work friends to chat with can boost your happiness, health and productivity – and have a big impact on your work and personal life. With a few tips on how to make the right approach, forming those new relationships can be pleasant and easy.   Whether your job is […]

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family vacation

Frugal Family Weekend Trips You’ve Never Considered

Every family has a unique make up, but one thing is unanimous among any household with children: chaos. Imaginative play times can leave a mess, busy schedules can lead to stress and exhaustion — doesn’t it just make you want to get away? Everyone needs a break from the day-to-day and […]

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How to Stop Thinking About Work After Hours

Your feet may carry you home from work each evening, but what time does your mind truly clock off? If your inner voice keeps on working into the night, you’re putting your health, relationships, and productivity in peril. Working hours have become a blurry concept these days. Whether you’re still […]

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budget self care rituals

Budget-Friendly Self-Care Tips for Men + Women

American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger first coined the term “burnout” in the 1974, aiming to describe the extreme levels of stress and exhaustion commonly felt by those in service-based roles (e.g. nurses, social workers).1 Now in a time plagued by demanding work schedules and insane expectation of perfection in our personal […]

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US memorials and monuments

US Memorials and Monuments That Could Have Been

A well-conceived and executed monument delivers a stirring historical take and a moral imperative in one. But from Mount Rushmore to the Statue of Liberty, the intentions of those who commission and build these monuments are often compromised by expense and practicalities. Not to mention the controversy involved in choosing […]

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