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  • 7 Major Workplace DON’Ts

    There are some things you definitely do not want to do while you’re employed, especially if you are someone on the low end of the totem pole. If you are unemployed but applying for jobs, you should listen up too. Here are 7 Major DON’Ts when it comes to working. 1. Don’t complain about your job If …

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  • Positives and Negatives of Remote/Hybrid Work

    After the initial lockdown from the spread of COVID-19, remote/hyrbid jobs have been gaining popularity. Not only do these work models provide a safer return to working, but also provides a variety of benefits to the employee. Let’s explore deeper into the pros, as well as potential cons, of the remote/hybrid workplace. Remote/Hybrid Working Positives …

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  • Don’t let your failures determine your path

    “Failure won’t kill you but your fear of failure just may keep you from success” Cynthia Hass Fear is innate to human nature. It is an unpleasant emotion that we tend to feel before we take any step just like doing something new. But should we let fear overcome us & stop trying new things?

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  • 6 Ways For Parents to Manage Their Wellbeing

    Parents can get frustrated from time to time. Parenting is no easy task; many new parents face anxiety, self-doubt, and frustration daily. Indeed, dealing with a newborn baby is not the easiest task in the world. Babies need constant care – they need to be fed, bathed, and need their clothes and diapers changed throughout the day. It can be very tiring taking care of a baby, which means the parents tend to forget about their well-being.

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  • Why You Should Choose Your Social Circle Wisely

    Your social circle, who you hang out with, and the people that you associate yourself with are the people that are going to not only impact you the most, but also represent you the most. These are the people that are going to motivate you, enlighten you and separate you from the crowd.

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