You’ve likely been told at some point that you should get out of your comfort zone. This could relate to your personal life, your professional life, or even to how you view yourself and others. Especially during challenging times, it’s natural to want to stick to the familiar, with the predictable. However, in the long run, this can hold us back or cause us to miss out on wonderful experiences.
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Even before the Covid-19 pandemic forced us inside and away from physical activity, many Americans had become sedentary, overweight, and at risk for a number of ailments including heart disease and diabetes.
As schools delay reopening across the country, parents are finding themselves continuing to balance working remotely with the care and virtual education of their children. Balancing professional and personal life can be challenging even without a global pandemic throwing more chaos into the mix, but the good news is that simple strategies like designating a workspace for yourself and taking breaks can help.
If you notice that you are repeatedly being passed over for job opportunities, there may be a reason—and something you can do about it. While each individual has their unique challenges, there are some very common barriers to employment, such as gaps in employment, lack of experience, or lack of references.
If the New Year’s resolutions you set in January of 2020 didn’t quite pan out (hello, Covid-19), you’re not alone. If you’re tired of hearing that you’re not alone, join the party. That said, have you thought about retooling those resolutions? September is a great time to harness that “back to school” / fresh start energy and set some career resolutions for yourself.