Understanding the probable causes behind mental health distress in the workplace presents an opportunity to learn how to avoid them and protect yourself. It would help to adopt work-life balance techniques to help you through any mental health challenges.
There’s no question that to be successful, you need to find ways to set yourself apart from the competition. Establishing yourself as an industry leader is one of the best ways to do this. But that’s often easier said than done. Luckily, there are three simple things you can do to encourage people to find you before anyone else.
This wasn’t the way I wanted to leave–certainly not without another job lined up and right after I’d just signed on for another year at my apartment. But I got out. I tried to focus on that and move on.
Unless I have a deadline coming up, I don’t usually work weekends. Nothing for clients, no social media scheduling, not even working on my manuscript. My days off are reserved for the normal stuff people do. But sometimes we do something a little special and take a day off to go on a special adventure.
I regularly go through old posts to fix any out-of-date information and prune anything that has lost its relevance or value. When I find an older story that still has something to offer, I add a short note about why it resonates with me now. This post is from when I worked full-time for aContinue reading “Work-Life Balance: Leaving Work at Work”
A reward system can also help break an overwhelming project into more manageable pieces. By focusing on one task at a time, you can avoid procrastinating, indecision, and poor time management. Plus it feels good to give yourself a pat on the back!
People often ask “What was it like to go to college for writing?” I have no idea what it’s like at other schools. All I know is my experience being a writing student at Savannah College of Art and Design.
When you’re trying to build your brand through social media and a blog, any absence or deviation from your schedule can feel like a failure. Fortunately, there are a few small changes you can make to get back on top of things and feel less guilty when something comes along to throw off your routine.
When you’re just starting out, it can be overwhelming. You may be confident in the products or services you sell, and your brand’s image. But success comes over time. Incorporating these habits into your daily business practices will help you achieve better results in the long run. It won’t be long before you’re surpassing the competition and your own expectations!
A cyberattack can destroy what you have built very quickly. Taking appropriate measures to boost your digital security will prevent a cyberattack from crippling your business.
There’s one piece of website traffic data that always seems to stress people out: bounce rate. This number tells you the rate of people who leave your site without engaging with any part of it. The wham, bam, thank you ma’am visitors. For businesses, this number represents the number of lost conversions. It can be scary and demoralizing if your bounce rate is high, especially if it’s unclear why your site visitors are passing through so quickly. But there is good news! If you want to reduce bounce rate, there is a way.
By following these tips, you can improve your website and make it more effective at attracting and converting new customers. Just remember that a website is never truly “finished” — there’s always room for improvement, so don’t be afraid to experiment and try new things!
If you’re considering redesigning your website with a darker background, there are a few things you should know about how dark mode affects energy usage and accessibility.
Maybe you want to start your own online business, or you just want to transition to doing more remote work. There are a few points to consider that will help you gain clarity and define your entrepreneurial goals.
But before you make changes to your marketing strategy, make sure your blog is set up to encourage a quality reading experience