Burnout as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) is an “occupational phenomena”. “Burn-out” is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by three dimensions: feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related … More Burn Out
Hello, I wrote a blog post over on House of Lilac about “How to Spent FSA”. Head on over to their blog to read all about how you can cash in on those FSA dollars before they expire!
As I approach my one year wedding anniversary next week, I’ll share the following marriage tips: Have a Joint Calendar I keep a calendar by the door where we write our work schedule, appointments and important dates. We try to plan our week and weekends together in person. If we have plans, we inform each … More Forever & Ever
To build on a prior blog post about how to set an intention, I’ll offer the following tips on how I hold myself accountable. BE VERY SPECIFIC I do a version of Rachel Hollis “Start Today Journal” most mornings. I write down the same ten things I envision for myself in the next ten years … More Holding Yourself Accountable
Create Your Own Budget Pie Chart I know I’ve been saying that budgets don’t work, but you still have to decide how you’ll be spending your money. You have to agree on how much money you’re willing and able to spend on living necessities such as housing and food. This helps you track how you’re … More How to Manage Money