New Year’s Resolutions in the Time of Covid The presence of Covid has created many challenges in our day-to-day lives. Because of this threat, we are all, at some level, in the fight or flight response most of the time.
You might be surprised to learn that, on average, only 13% of employees are engaged at work worldwide. The rest of the workforce is either not engaged (65%) or actively disengaged (22%). As for the United States, only 33% of
There is one very important aspect of resilience that most of us rarely, if ever, think about. And it is this: It’s usually not the event or adversity itself that causes us to be stressed or upset, it’s our interpretation
The winter of 2020/21 was among the most difficult seasons for many of us as we waited for the restrictions of the pandemic to loosen so we could see family members again, connect freely with friends, and resume activities that
We’ve all been through an incredibly stressful 2020, and although there is a light at the end of the tunnel, we still need to focus on remaining vigilant, while taking good care of ourselves and others. Here are five quick
I have a history of being an adult who attends college (online) while being a parent, but, as might or might not surprise you, that isn’t a bad thing. It also is not, as you also might know, altogether unusual. In