“Quiet Quitting” is Changing How We Work

Photo by Christina Morillo For many years, workers have taken pride in their dedication to work, often at the expense of mental and physical well-being. Words like “hustle” and phrases such as “rise and grind” have slipped into our collective career lexicon. These ideas about work lead to guilt over simply taking a vacation or Read More …

Spring Cleaning Must-Haves for Small Spaces

Photo by cottonbro from Pexels Spring cleaning may seem like a daunting task for busy college students or young professionals. And if you live in a tiny dorm room or apartment, it’s easy to justify skipping on a yearly deep-clean. But even small areas can become dirty and cluttered in a short amount of time. No matter where Read More …

2022 New Year’s Resolutions for Everyone

Photo by cottonbro from Pexels Many people make resolutions every year. If you’re like many people, you may stick with your resolutions for a while but give up because it’s not really what you want or need.  This year, don’t make resolutions based on what you think you should do but rather what you need. Whether you’re a Read More …

5 Red Flags of an Unethical Workplace: Q&A

According to the newly released Global Business Ethics Survey, close to 50% of US workers witnessed unethical and/or illegal conduct on the job in 2020. In addition, retaliation against employees who reported wrongdoing rose steeply, up to 61% in 2020. G. Richard Shell, Chair of Wharton Business School’s Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department is author of the bestselling Read More …

5 Products for a Better Home Office

Photo by Vlada Karpovich from Pexels With more people working and learning from home, it’s imperative that a home office fosters productivity. Not only should a home work environment encourage productivity, it should also be comfortable. Even if you plan to go back to work at the office or learning in the classroom, always keep a dedicated space Read More …