Posts tagged health
How to Stay Healthy at the Office [Infographic]

When you work in an office, maintaining your healthy lifestyle becomes much more difficult. From the coffee breaks paired with an unhealthy snack to the fact that office jobs are sedentary, work life can make it difficult to get enough exercise and eat well. The infographic below from Gundry MD outlines a few ways you can stay healthy at the office. 

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6 Things I Wish I Knew About Myself and Life 5 Years Ago

Five years ago, my life was vastly different than the one I live now. But somehow, not so different at all. Being a not-so-young adult in this modern era is confusing, hard to grasp and all around difficult -- perhaps not that different from previous generations but we sure are more vocal about it. Pair that with the burden of both physical and mental health issues and a handful of major life events -- shit got real, really fast, and I could not keep up.

Do you ever get that feeling like you’re drowning? In debt, in personal problems, in yourself? Yeah, me too. But if I knew then what I know now, I would have been able to tread that water in a way that wasn’t so completely and utterly exhausting.

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7 Ways to Stay Productive in Times of Crisis

This past month has been one of the most challenging balancing acts of my life. My partner’s mother was hospitalized and took a turn for the worse the week before Easter. Tests results later revealed what the doctors had warned us would be the worst possible diagnosis -- Leukemia. At a time when my loved ones were falling into pieces, it was critical that I prepare myself for all possible scenarios.

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Why You Should Prioritize Exercise Above Your Business

Entrepreneurs tend to put their businesses above all else. It's always at the top of their priority list, sitting high above relationships and even health. This isn't usually driven by money. Most entrepreneurs are driven by the idea of building something great, something that can change lives or even make the world a better place. It's this rationale that justifies putting the business above everything else.

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