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The first step (always the hardest, right?) in solving a problem is recognising you have one. We’re all familiar with the feeling of grappling with a head-scratcher for longer than we’d like. It can take a while to connect the time we’ve lost staring at the screen with the fact that we’re stuck on something and it’s time to try a new approach.
Even if you genuinely love your job, Mondays can be extraordinarily painful. This goes doubly for the danker months as we move past autumn and into winter. (Who likes getting out of bed when it’s still dark outside?) Here are 10 tips that can help remove the anxiety, stress and sadness from the start of each work week.
It’s Sunday morning and you’re relaxing at home. Have you checked your work email today? If so, you’re probably contributing to your own burnout.