If you feel stressed, you’re not alone. When deadlines are around the corner and people start breathing down your neck, it’s easy to feel stressed out. Plus, with the demands of both work-life and home-life, you might feel overwhelmed constantly. Work-life balance is becoming a more common issue amongst the workforce today and if you ignore it, it could multiply until you reach a total burnout.
Archives for November 2014
It’s hard to believe but 2014 is coming to an end and 2015 is right around the corner. With just over a month left in the year, now is the perfect time to reflect back on what you’ve accomplished, what you were proud of and what you wished you did differently. You can also take this time to look ahead and start thinking about what you want to do in the coming year.
It’s not a very pretty word, or one that we really like to say. To some, it has a very negative connotation. It means we won’t. We don’t. We shouldn’t. We can’t. But it’s also a very powerful word, and when used properly, ‘no’ can make a world of a difference in a very positive way.
A Guest Post by Hunter Gardner
My name is Hunter Gardner, and I’m a creative.
There, I said it. Apologies to my former econ professors, but it is just how my mind works. While some may envision creatives as dreamers who would rather be filming their indie movies or painting butterflies—and well, maybe some of us are that way—most are also realists. Not only that, but we are also grateful. We make our living with our words, our images, our ideas, and while it may not always be the most creative work, we can still paint those butterflies on the weekends, right?
If you’re like me, you often wish there were more hours in the day, even more days in the week. Time can pass by so quickly, and sometimes it seems like there is never enough.
The key isn’t to work quicker – it is to work more efficiently.
How do you add more value to the time you have? Here are 10 time management hacks you can start right now: