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8 Daily Habits to Boost Mental Health — and Signs It May Be Time to Get Support

Written by Margarita Tartakovsky Mental health is a widely discussed concept, these days. You might notice discussions about mental health online, in conversation, on your favorite show, or any number of other places. But widespread, frequent use of any term can lead the meaning to become blurred, if not misinterpreted entirely. So, if you come acrossContinue reading “8 Daily Habits to Boost Mental Health — and Signs It May Be Time to Get Support”

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Foods That Will Reduce Stomach Bloating

By Tonny Wandella Do you feel bloated? The finest of us are subject to it. Even while all forms of bloat are uncomfortable, not all bloating is the same. In reality, there are two distinct types: water bloat and gas bloat. After eating specific meals, typically beans, dairy, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower, orContinue reading “Foods That Will Reduce Stomach Bloating”

How to Get Your Book Published By the World’s Top Publishers

By Claire Ransom For the past 10 years, I have worked with some of the world’s top publishing houses. I’ve worked as an editor, writer, project manager, and business analyst. I’ve worked on print and digital titles, and on publishing and commercial strategy, and am lucky enough to have worked with the teams behind someContinue reading “How to Get Your Book Published By the World’s Top Publishers”

Lowering Your High Cholesterol: 6 Exercises That Will Pay Off

Written by Colleen M. Story  When you were first diagnosed with high cholesterol, your doctor may have talked to you about exercise. Besides improving your diet, exercising is one of the most effective lifestyle changes you can make to help bring your numbers down naturally. Your first thought may have been, “I hate running.” Or maybeContinue reading “Lowering Your High Cholesterol: 6 Exercises That Will Pay Off”

8 Books to Read When You’re Stuck in a Rut at Work

By Charlotte Cowles The term bibliotherapy was first coined in 1916 by Samuel Crothers, a Unitarian minister who believed in prescribing books to help people deal with their troubles. More recently, bibliotherapy has been incorporated into medical treatment programs for depression and other psychological disorders, with positive results. Meanwhile, researchers have found that reading fiction improves general brain function and connectivity, boosting emotional intelligenceContinue reading “8 Books to Read When You’re Stuck in a Rut at Work”

10 Morning Habits to Start Your Day Off Right

By Melissa Eisler “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle Your morning routine sets the tone for the rest of the day. Here are 10 simple habits that you can use to create a morning routine that will set you up for success. Have you everContinue reading “10 Morning Habits to Start Your Day Off Right”

5 Major Factors Affecting The Quality Of Work Life

By Vantage Circle While the phrase Quality Of Work-Life is undoubtedly new for many, but it’s impact on today’s employee-centric world can’t be overlooked. Quality of work-life or QWL can be defined as the total quality of an employee’s work-life at an organization. Not only QWE is tied to happier employees but also better business results. When the quality ofContinue reading “5 Major Factors Affecting The Quality Of Work Life”

FIND THIS DAWN

By Tonny Wandella Not to be summoned by an alarm nor worry; I want you to rise up in the dimming night.And share with me the timid sun and savor its haze.And stir up dew asleep upon grass blades.Make way for the blue sky, make way for the birds:make way for these subtle wonders thatContinue reading “FIND THIS DAWN”

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