Thanksgiving is tucked away behind us, but most of us still have a long to-do list before 2017. Here are some suggestions to ensure you still have time to truly relax and enjoy the end-of-December holidays!
End of the year deadlines? Tips to get things done and still have plenty of time to enjoy the holidays
If you’re like me, you work really hard and sometimes your brain needs a break from work. Instead of the usual walk around the block or having lunch with a friend, you may want to try learning about other topics or subjects that interest you. We have access to more information than ever in our everyday lives, so how can we harness our focus on interesting topics to help increase our productivity and overall knowledge?
Here is a list of top great MOOC (massive online open course) resources and some great classes you can take advantage of taking for minimal cost or even for free!
Work-life balance has been a hot topic these days. The conversations are generally around the best number of hours to work each day and each week, what kinds of personal things we can address at work, and how often we should take breaks during the days.
Before we all launch into our personal saga of the way it should be, take a look at how the workday has evolved.
During the first two summers in college, I totally [and deservingly] vegged out. I didn’t have an internship or a job. Instead, I watched movies, painted, and hung out with friends. But oddly enough, what I remember most about those summers are the daily to-do lists I made for my so-called tasks:
- Go to the gym
- Watch a movie
- Lay out in the sun