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5 Ways to Beat Burnout

July 2, 2019

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Exhausted? Overwhelmed? Completely unproductive? You may be suffering from burnout. We’ve already covered the symptoms of burnout, the feelings that surround it, and how it’s different from depression or anxiety. So what do you do if you’ve identified yourself as suffering from burnout? Experts have given a few tips: “Prioritize self care,” recommends the Harvard […]

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Are You Suffering From Burnout?

June 18, 2019

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The World Health Organization has now officially classified “burnout” as an “occupational phenomenon.” This is important because it brings global awareness to an issue that can affect anyone in the workplace. It not only legitimizes the feelings of those who suffer from it, but also more clearly defines burnout so people can better identify it […]

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Cures for Job Search Burnout

October 10, 2012

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Feel like your career hunt has hit a standstill? You’re not alone. Updating your résumé, browsing hundreds of job listings, and writing cover letters can be exhausting and monotonous. So much so that you might not even realize you’re committing one of these job search faux pas. If you haven’t landed a position yet, we […]

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5 Ways to Disconnect From Work

July 18, 2019

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One of the top ways to beat burnout–and some would argue the only way–is to disconnect from work. This could be on a nightly or weekly basis (or in extreme cases, it may call for a week-long vacation or a months long sabbatical.) Here are five ways to incorporate moments of disconnection into your week. […]

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How to Get Better at Saying No

July 11, 2019

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One huge part of beating burnout at work is being okay with one word: “No.” But I have to be a “yes person” to succeed in the workplace, right? Not necessarily. Those who guard their time and energy and consistently produce their best work will not only earn the respect of their coworkers but will […]

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How a Few Key Habits Can Keep Your Life on Track

July 5, 2019

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As we continue to talk about topics like burnout as well as work-life balance, it’s important to get real about strategies. Because the reality is that sometimes life is completely and utterly overwhelming. A new job, a big promotion, a new baby, an illness, or any other major life event can throw your day to […]

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3 Signs You Are Burned Out at Work

April 16, 2019

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Feeling overwhelmed, overworked, and overtired? There’s a difference between being really busy and being burnt out. But what are those differences? There are a few tell-tale signs that you may be suffering from burnout. Your self-care has taken a back seat. Not drinking enough water? Skipping the last few weeks of gym time? Not sleeping well? […]

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Take a Vacation

July 7, 2017

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School’s out, summer’s on! This season is the perfect time to take a trip–so why aren’t you? If you can’t remember the last time you took time off for yourself, it’s time to set your priorities straight. You need a vacation, and you shouldn’t feel guilty about it. That vacation time is there for a […]

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10 Ways to Delegate at Work and at Home

December 8, 2016

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Delegating your tasks is no easy feat. There are many reasons why: you may be a bit of a control freak and think you can do the task better. Or you may be so overwhelmed that you don’t even have time to explain the task to somebody else. But there are many more reasons why delegating is good for […]

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4 After-Work Tips That Will Make Tomorrow’s Work Day Better

August 30, 2016

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When you get home each night, the last thing you want to think about is work. But there are a few habits you can start at home that will make tomorrow’s work day –and your whole work week — even better Do something you love. Whether it’s reading a book, going for a walk, grabbing dinner […]

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