Work/Life Balance - Embrace Life
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A demanding job, too many personal commitments and a polluted environment are just some of the factors that can put us at risk of stress and affect our health and wellbeing.Try these earth-wise remedies to counter the effects of stress.
|Achieving a life balance12|
If you perceive your quality of life to be reasonably high, chances are that you’ve struck a happy medium between the things you have to do and the things you love to do, and between your role as an individual and as part of a wider community. If, on the other hand, you’re stressed, here’s how to get the balance back.
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Need a pick-me-up? Try our tips next time you need an energy boost at the office
|10 secrets to start a more productive work day9|
The way you begin your working day sets the tone for the rest of the day, not only in your workplace but also at home. A few simple measures taken at the start of your day can make all the difference to how it ends. Here are some tips to help you get off to the right - and healthy - start
|Cut Your Hours in the Office5|
Reclaim your life and cut your hours in the office
|Plan your free time3|
There’s no doubt that advance planning can result in considerable cost and time savings when it comes to organising your leisure activities.
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Trying to make a big life change? Dedicate the next 30 days to the task.
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Determined to break free of her ho-hum routine and regain her mojo, Kathy Buchanan decided to open her mind and heart to new experiences... for one long, exciting month
|10 questions to ask yourself2|
You don't need to go travelling to "find yourself". Asking yourself the tough questions will give you the introspection necessary to change your life for the better
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