Tag: Mental Health

The Coronavirus Will Change the Future of Working from Home by @juliekminer

by Julie K. Miner If the last few weeks have taught us anything instructive, and may even contain a silver lining, it’s that telecommuting – working from home – is here to stay and will most likely increase in scope and frequency in the years to come as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Twenty […]

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The Secret To Thriving In Your Daily Routine by Meg Rohs of @nine56_studio

by Meg Rohs Maybe it was the postpartum hormones or the fact that I was in quarantine while being on maternity leave making me a little crazy, but I was determined to do more than just survive my days working from home. I wanted to thrive in them. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge […]

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Working From Home? 3 Easy Ways to Level Up Your Loungewear by Sandra Martinelli of @shopdelicora

by Sandra Martinelli Calling all quaran-queens: It’s time to level up your loungewear. We’ve all heard it before… “Dressing up makes you feel better.” I agree. However, if you are one of the millions currently working from home during the shelter in place, you know how difficult it is to get out of your yoga […]

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20 Tips for Working from Home during the COVID-19 Outbreak in 2020 by @DrRKayGreen

by Dr. R. Kay Green | Featured Contributor During this unprecedented pandemic, many people are working remote for the first time. For some, this can be very difficult to adjust to, especially since it was so unexpected. But having a productive day from a remote office is possible! Here are twenty tips for working through […]

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3 Ways to Reduce Anxiety and Put the “Fun” Back into “Functioning” by @DrSandraH

by Dr. Sandra Hamilton | Featured Contributor Most of us say we are “stressed” as often as we say we are hungry; but how often do we confuse feeling stressed with a health condition that may sabotage our functioning? Our ability to adapt to rising stress levels can become so familiar to our existence, that […]

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3 Ways to Rev Up Your Self-care Game in 2016 by @karen_doniere

by Karen Doniere | Featured Contributor With the New Year comes the expected, beloved, and somewhat dreaded New Year’s resolutions. While there’s nothing wrong with making resolutions, it’s time to be more intentional with your goals. Instead of making several resolutions that may or may not drift by the wayside by January 31st, you should […]

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The Face of Depression by @chicmompreneur

by Nancy Laws I was overwhelmed last week with the support that I received from sharing my story with you. So many women were happy that I had the courage to share my mental health journey with you, and some were encouraged and inspired to make a change. Seeing such an outpouring of love and […]

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