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April 30, 2020 by Maria Gatea

The current coronavirus pandemic took us by storm and we’re now facing many uncertainties. Things we took for granted, such as being able to go out for a bite to eat, meet friends or go shopping, are now restricted, due to the social distancing rules and lockdowns in most US states. Being cooped up at home while also working remotely and homeschooling and entertaining your kids and can be stressful and even overwhelming. There are things you can do to make your life at home a little bit easier and this article focuses on how you can organise your kitchen. … Read More »

Productivity

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April 29, 2020 by Nathanael Siew

As Dwight Eisenhower once said, “Most things which are urgent are not important, and most things which are important are not urgent.” He was a former US President, and one who was deeply respected due to the large amounts of work he accomplished during his tenure, from developing the Interstate Highway System in the United States to the launch of the internet (DARPA) to so much more. And yes, this productivity hack is named after him. … Read More »

Career Development

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April 28, 2020

Have you always dreamt of starting your own company? Do you love the idea of creating something that you’re proud of and running your own show? It’s easy to think that your laptop and your home office isn’t enough to create an empire, but it can be. You just have to have faith. And if you’re still not sure, here’s why you really don’t need to be an expert to start your own company. … Read More »

Productivity

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April 28, 2020 by Robert Cordray

Most businesses are looking for ways to increase productivity. When production increases, the entire company benefits. Employees are offered higher pay, and job security is more certain. You may have spent hours pouring over the latest research on how to increase your company's productivity, but the secret may be more obvious than you think. Your employees are one of your most valuable assets, and you can effectively utilize their skills to help your company be more productive. … Read More »

Life Hacks

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April 27, 2020 by Sue Stoller

While many of us may already be aware of some of the health benefits when playing an instrument, many of us may not realize just how many benefits there truly are. While it may just feel like you’re simply strumming your guitar, blowing the reeds of your harmonica, or hitting the piano keys, you are actually unlocking a world of memory repairing, anxiety-reducing health benefits, and immune system boosting. … Read More »

Business

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April 26, 2020

Do you know about two and a half million years ago people lived in caves but still in that time relied on different types of tools made of stone? So, the use of machines or equipment is nothing new to them. In this respect, the construction industry is the oldest among others and has seen remarkable improvement overtime. And the most rapid improvement that has happened in this industry is in the last 40 years. … Read More »

Career Development

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April 25, 2020

Being a musician can be a tough gig. However, you shouldn’t just sit around and wait for your music career to take off. You can’t just wait around and hope for the best, you need to step up and make sure it happens. If you want to be an artist, singer-songwriter; part of a band, a rapper; even a music producer and instrumentalist, then this article should be able to help you. However, you have to want it, to be able to succeed. … Read More »

Home Office

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April 24, 2020

Over the last few months, thousands if not millions of people have found that they need to create a workspace in their own home. For some, that means taking over a corner of the kitchen table. While others end up perching precariously on the end of their bed. However, such solutions can only ever be temporary at best, because they aren't good for focus or for physical health. In fact, what each person that is now working from home needs is a home office. Fortunately, you can create the perfect customized office very easily. In fact, all you need to do is follow the instructions below. … Read More »

Home Office

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April 24, 2020 by Alexis Walker

Working from home tends to be a bit more stressful even if it doesn’t seem like that at first glance. Working in an office is simpler since you know why you’re there, how long you’ll be there, and what you’re going to do there. On the other hand, working from home tends to be a bit confusing, since it mixes the space you live in with the space you work in. If you don’t have a separate room for a home office, the situation is even more confusing. Next to this, they are other, more important factors that can make remote working stressful. To find out how to reduce those stress levels, keep reading! … Read More »

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April 23, 2020 by Ashley Hicks

If you are new to the working from home gig, you may find that you are struggling to create and stick to a schedule. This makes sense considering that you probably have a lot of other responsibilities that you have to take care of now as well, including kids. You might also be feeling a bit anxious or worried about the state of the world. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and unproductive, there are ways that you can create and stick to an at-home work schedule that will allow you to get things done. Here are some ways to achieve those goals … Read More »

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