In the popular book “10% Happier,” a cynical, hard-driving television news reporter takes a journey from investigating self-help claims to actually embracing meditation and finding greater balance in his career and personal life.
In my own journey, which began fleeing war and chaos in Uganda as a young girl, to working my way through school in London, building a career in human resources and management, and now serving as chief administrative officer/executive vice president at VITAS Healthcare, the nation’s leading provider of end-of-life care, I have embraced the principles of yoga in a similar quest for balance. For me, that journey has led to the understanding of how these principles can actually support career success as well as personal self-awareness and balance.
Having a child changes your life completely. Regardless of how strongly you try to continue living life as you knew it, there are major areas of your routine that will go through a bit of an upheaval. One of these areas is work.
Luckily for some women, the option to take maternity leave is a great chance to spend some much needed quality time with your little one while you’re still trying to get used to each other. But once the time to go back to work comes upon you, it can be a real challenge to make this transition. To help those working mothers out there achieve it all, here are three ways you can and should prepare for returning to work after maternity leave.
Inequality between the sexes has existed since the early times. Women were obliged to stay at home, which prevented them from pursuing education and careers. They were also hindered from voicing their opinions, participating in politics, and holding public office.
Whether you work in a cubicle, have your own office, or you work from a home office, you want to keep your office clean and organized. A disorganized office doesn’t just make it difficult to find the things you need when you need them, but it can also be a security risk if you have client info that your aren’t taking care of.
On top of that, clutter can make it really distracting when it comes to getting your work done. Instead of letting it take over your mind, take it over by working harder to keep your stuff organized, clean, and in place. Here are some tips to help you out.
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