The average American will spend about 30 percent of his/her life at work. If you do not find any meaning at work, that is a long time to go through the actions. You could always switch jobs, but the grass is rarely greener. Here are some ways to help you infuse meaning into your work life.
No one can guarantee that you will never become disabled, but there are numerous ways, through lifestyle choices, where you can lower the chances of disability greatly.
A recent Employee Financial Wellness Survey that reports on adults nationwide who are full-time employees indicates that political uncertainty and a slow economic recovery are a few reasons that worry 52 percent of respondents in regards to their financial well-being.
One of the more interesting aspects of this report is the similarities of concerns regarding financial well-being across generations. Below, we’ve chosen a few of the more interesting findings.
Burnout can diminish productivity and energy, leaving you feeling increasingly helpless, hopeless, and potentially angry. Do you have it? If so, can you reverse it?
There are plenty of reasons to be thankful for work. There are even reasons beyond a paycheck. This Thanksgiving try to give a little thanks for employment. There are others out there who would be willing to do what you do.
Are you a success or do you feel like you are pretending to be a success? There are a significant percentage of successful people who still believe that they are fooling people. This feeling is called imposter syndrome. Here are six ways to overcome it.
Even if you are healthy, flu shots protect your friends, family, and co-workers, who may not be as healthy as you are. Vaccinations help you and those around you, from catching and spreading the virus.
Like any benefits or insurance, Veterans Disability Benefits may take some time to understand. Here we try to boil down in their simplest terms five frequently asked Veterans Disability Benefits questions.
Even though our understanding and acceptance of mental illness continues to grow, we tend to make little effort to improve our own mental health. You can reduce your chances of developing mental illness like you can reduce your chances of a physical illness. Here are six ways.
We know what chronic stress does to the heart, but what happens to six of our bodily systems when exposed to chronic stress? It affects these systems as much as it does the heart!