When you feel like projects are starting to slip through the cracks, it’s time to address the situation before your to-do list gets the best of you. Here are a few ways to tackle an overwhelming workload and get back on track.
It’s not always easy to take time out for ourselves, but let’s face it: It’s important. So we asked some of the most successful women we know how to fit some “me time” into a packed schedule.
We know: The job search process can be pretty exhausting, both physically and mentally. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, check out this video for tips on keeping your stress in check—and not letting it ruin your performance.
Between work, parties, family, and traveling, December can be an awfully stressful month. And while you may not be able to find the time (or the money) to splurge on a day at the spa, that doesn’t mean you can’t bring the spa straight to you.
When it comes to dealing with stress, there are two types of people: Velcro people, who hang onto it, and Teflon people, who let it roll of their backs. And turns out, the group you fall in could have a lot to do with your future health.
Realizing that your dream job has become a nightmare is as heart-wrenching as breaking up with someone you were once in love with. Here’s an honest look at what happens when you realize your love affair with a job is over—and more importantly, how to rebound.
Unfortunately, you don’t always get a break when you need it most. So, how do you stay sane at work when you’re coming off of a big project or a particularly stressful season? Battle your burnout on those rough days (or weeks) with these five simple ideas.