If you have a job, you most likely have a routine: Wake up, brush your teeth, head to work, sit in at your desk or in an office, interact with the same people and then head home. On most days,… Continue Reading
It’s 10PM. Have you seen your friends lately?
That old commercial encouraging parents to check on their children applies just as much to women and their friends. Our calendars are all too full, but quality time with those who know us best, or those we want to know better, is just the thing to restore some balance and laughter to our lives. Continue Reading
Many of today’s grandmothers are outfitted in business attire, carrying laptops and cellphones instead of aprons and recipe boxes. For those of us who spent years juggling motherhood and careers, the work-life balance focus has now been shifted to staying… Continue Reading
I’m sure you remember times when you’ve experienced what we call a “second wind.” It may come late in the evening when suddenly you get a burst of energy, perhaps allowing you to stay up later than normal, or when… Continue Reading
Women Leading Change – The “Four Pearls of Wisdom” “Women Leading Change” was a theme for a Simmons Leadership Conference, where keynote speaker, Ms. Carla Harris, Vice Chairman of Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley, ran a lively session talking about… Continue Reading
It’s not surprising that prolonged sitting or standing is bad for your health. If your physician hasn’t told you this then you’ve probably read it on the covers of health and fitness magazines. In fact, it’s become such a hot… Continue Reading
Some say it’s nearly impossible to achieve a work-life balance because three important elements – work, family and health – must be in harmony for this to happen. In a Harvard Business School survey, “94% of working professionals reported working… Continue Reading