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The Healing Power of Nature
The temperature is plummeting and it is dark by 4:30 pm. Like many others, my initial response is to hibernate until Spring, binging on Netflix and classic movies. But a large number of recent studies have shown that spending time in nature is responsible
Will You Wear Out? Or Rust Out?
After foot surgery last November, I was forced to sit for months while the bones in my left foot healed. A relatively minor procedure, I was amazed how long it took me to recover and get moving again. It seemed that everyday I was sitting around, I had new...
Children With Working Moms Are More Successful Later in Life, Study Finds
New mothers are often left to choose between balancing family and career, or staying home full-time. The Harvard Business School released research last month revealing that children of working mothers benefit later on in life when they’re all grown...
Showing Gratitude During the Holidays!
The new studies on gratitude find that there are even more benefits than expected. There are 26 new studies published that indicate that grateful people report higher levels of positive emotions, life satisfaction, vitality, optimism and lower levels of depression...
Is Your Workplace Toxic to People?
Feeling stressed at work? It could be your rude co-workers. Incivility is a growing problem at work, according to recent surveys. The Civility in America 2011 poll of 1,000 adults found 43% of Americans say they've experienced incivility at work, and 38%...