Work free vacations may seem entirely impossible. Especially when you are responsible for so much at your job. The idea of putting away your phone to not check email may seem daunting. Knowing how to wrap up your work responsibilities is the only way to have a work-free vacation.
It’s finally that time of the year, we’re we can finally get away from work for a few days, focus on wrapping gifts, meeting up with friends we haven’t seen in months, scroll through Pinterest for the Christmas recipes, and squeezing in some last minute shopping before the big day.
I was watching a Netflix documentary called “Happy”. This documentary discussed about what it means to be happy (of course) and how people around the world find happiness. Through all the ways people find happiness in various countries, there was also unhappiness to be found. The country that was considered
Are you a sucker for saying yes to everything? Do you try to take on everything yourself because you think you can get it done faster? Do you feel burnt out from doing it yourself? Do you find yourself working late hours trying to figure things? I think sometimes we
“Work doesn’t work without play” – Shonda Rhimes My friend and blogger from Be Encouraged recently sent me a TED Talk video by Shonda Rhimes which, of course, I had to share here because I found it SO relevant to this blog. To give you a quick summary, Shonda takes us on a journey