Archive for the ‘ Health Benefits ’ Category
“When you can’t change the direction of the wind – adjust your sails” ~ H. Jackson Brown Jr. Happy Thursday everyone, the weekend is just around the corner!
“Life is a balanced system of learning and evolution. Whether pleasure or pain; every situation in your life serves a purpose. It is up to us to recognize what that purpose could be.” ~ Steve Maraboli
Are You Stuck In A Rut?
We all have experienced a time, maybe a few, when we have gotten stuck in a rut. We feel down, maybe sorry for ourselves, and just cannot seem to pull ourselves out. Times like this may be triggered by some bad event or unhappy change in our life. If we do not pick our self […]
Be More Optimistic
If you asked 100 people if they would like to be happy at work what do you think they would say? I am sure they would love to be happy every day at work. I try to promote happiness each day at the office. If I had to work in a place or for people […]
Too Much or Too Little Work Causes Stress?
We often think that stress is related to having too much work to do. I recently read that having too little to do at work also can trigger stress. I know for myself when I am overloaded with job tasks that I can feel my blood pressure rise a bit and can become irritable by […]
Monday Evening Thought…..
I love knowing that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it. We can have a fresh start each and everyday, it is all about choices!
Beating The Monday Blues
I recently read a great article on the Forbes website about beating the Monday blues. International author and speaker on happiness at work, Alexander Kjerulf, states that the Monday blues are so prevalent that they have become a cultural phenomenon. He said because of this it makes the blues easy to laugh off as “this […]
Can H2O Improve The Moods At The Office?
Have you ever notice that certain co-worker’s moods are not quite so jovial? Check out what they drink during the day. Proper hydration can play a big part in our mood. Recent research in France showed habitual high-volume H2O consumption (8-10 glasses a day) led to a better mood and a significant decrease in fatigue and […]