Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on making sure you are buying the right house, maximizing your dollar at Subway, and creating work/life balance when your kids return to school. Top...Show More Summary
Ah, the elusive work/life balance. Many crave it, yet so few seem to achieve it. We are continuously burnt out,... The post 6 Tips For A Great Work/Life Balance appeared first on Lifehack.
Is your life in balance? By identifying stressors and associated feelings, evaluating lifestyle habits, engaging in relaxation activities, and monitoring self-care, balance is achievable. Identify what your stressors are: work, relationships,...Show More Summary
There are only so many hours in a day. Work and life fight over who gets more of yours and we call the struggle "work-life balance." However, giving attention to one doesn't have to take away from the other. Read more...
I’m a work-at-home-mom with two kids under the age of four. I’ve been doing the freelancing-from-home gig since my eldest was two months old. And despite nearly four years of evidence to the contrary, I still wake up every single morning...Show More Summary
This week we battled with our brains and willpower while giving up on work-life balance. Sometimes it seems like much of work life is spent trying to find a balance that is always just out of reach: coming up with great ideas, and having the willpower to follow through, staying both productive and healthy, networking without being annoying. Read Full Story
Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey split for the normal reasons: the accumulated stress of balancing home and work life, her stubbornness, his busy schedule, and Kim Kardashian.
A new study finds men are favored when asking to work from home.
The Internet has shrunk the world in terms of the way people communicate by making it possible to send an email from Oslo and have it show up in Cleveland almost immediately. But that instant contact has wrecked the work/life balance for many. Show More Summary
Sick of working so much that you don’t have time for anything else? More and more, it’s becoming tougher to keep a right balance between work and life. There are 168 hours in the week and if you scratch out the time necessary for sleep and labor, you’d be surprised at how much “other time” you actually have. Show More Summary
Working out his HQ in Sarasota, Florida, Joey is blazing his own path, one tutorial at a time
If you struggle to find balance between work and life, stop. You don’t need it. Here’s what you should do instead. The post Work-Life Balance is a Myth — Here’s What You Need Instead appeared first on Brazen Life.
Post by Jenny Erikson. It's always a delicate business to balance work and family life, but there are times when family definitely needs to come first. On Wednesday August 13, Celine Dion announced in a press release that she has decided...Show More Summary
Maintaining work/life balance is hard, especially when you're in a leadership position. But it's possible; here's how.
Some emails can, in fact, wait until Monday
According to managing partner Bruce Stachenfeld, if you're unhappy with your work/life balance, maybe you just need to change your perspective.
Getty Images Your doctor can only see you at 2 this afternoon. Your daughter's teacher says you have to get to school right now. Or maybe you just want to take a yoga class in the middle of your workday. How will your boss respond? Getting...Show More Summary
If you're pulling long hours and lament your lack of a life outside work, it's very likely that you're modeling the behavior of your boss. If you're feeling overworked, your boss could be to blame, but not for giving you extra work or telling you to stay late. Show More Summary
After my smack down lesson in "work/life balance doesn't include adding two ton bricks to both sides of the scale" and DNS'ing at the Tahoe Rim Trail 100m, I've rejiggered the schedule and will be headed to......the Pine to Palm 100-Mile...Show More Summary
Leila Janah runs three social enterprise companies simultaneously by applying the same "grit, grace, and optimism" to both work and life. Leila Janah is founder and CEO of three San Francisco-based companies: Samasource, which connects people in developing countries with digital work; SamaUSA, which replicated the model in the U.S. Show More Summary