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Calm your inner voice with these 18 daily affirmations. Seriously, print them out.
Megan Ducote saved to Advice
Stress can have different symptoms, as it appears in different areas of our body. Physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive symptoms all present themselves in different ways, so it is important to recognize them. Work stress and how to stop bringing it home. (2016, June 11). Retrieved from http://www.lifewrangling.com/work-stress-and-how-to-stop-bringing-it-home/.
Jordan Coyle saved to Stress Pins (PSY)
Toxic work environments are a drain on your personal and professional life. Here are ten common signs of a toxic workplace—and how to navigate (or escape) them.
Michelle Baker saved to Work Stuff
When you hate your job, but can't change the situation, change the way you look at it.
Victoria Robison saved to Inspiration/motivation
When it comes to setting boundaries, it's important to not only set boundaries in your personal life but at work as well. So here's how you can set healthy boundaries at work.
Weird Louise saved to Personal Development
Recently, I’ve been writing to you about burnout. We talked about this concept I invented called “lifestyle burnout” and I gave you 44 signs you might be experiencing lifestyle burnout. I also told you 3 things I personally use to combat lifestyle burnout. Over the past year, I was quickly on my way to burnout, and I identified my job as the culprit. This isn’t unusual -- burnout is very commonly associated with our jobs. Today, I’m unveiling three things that told me it was time to…
Guðbjörg Steinsdóttir saved to Learning
Millennial life skills, here we come.
Laurie Cooke saved to 2019 ⚜...DO THIS YEAR!?!!
Punch out for a few minutes and check out some relatable and hilarious work memes.
Hate is a strong word. But sometimes, a job is THAT bad. If it is, you’ve got no business “sticking-it-out.” Before starting my business, I was stuck in a toxic work environment. I didn’t leave because I didn’t think I could. I became someone I didn't recognize - stressed all the time, negative, an
Terri Bucklin saved to Job Search
The paradox of having a stable job is how much of a blessing and a curse it may be. Quite like a toxic relationship, you feel trapped in it but you’d be far worse off without it.
Sienna McKinley saved to Work humor