Whether you are a business owner or employee, you are likely not a stranger to business travel. Business trips can be highly productive and exciting, but it is easy to let these expectations slip, as various factors take away your control. "You know the feeling -- the tingling excitement of an upcoming business trip," Zeunep Ilgaz writes in Forbes. "You
It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean the wedding season is hibernating. Even though the most popular month to get married is June (accounting for 15% of all weddings), you can be surprised with a wedding invitation or save-the-date at any time of year. Unfortunately, not all guests’ budgets allow for opulence and extravagance, but with a few smart strategies, you can attend any type of wedding without breaking yours. Here’s a quick guide to help you keep your budget in mind when attending a wedding as a guest.
When was the last time you took a vacation? And not a business trip or a long weekend for your cousin’s wedding — a real vacation. If you can’t remember, then you’re probably suffering from burn out, and you’re not the only one who had a rough 2017. Today’s workers are often impacted by a culture of overwork, wasting vacation days to achieve more. If you identify with this mentality, you might be doing more harm than good to your health and productivity.
While sitting at your desk for hours on end might feel necessary for your creative flow, you might be feeling some back pain as a result. About 80% of the population experiences back pain in their lifetime, and sitting for work may amplify the problem. To ease your pain and reduce your number of sick days, a new study suggests swapping your creative
For millions of Americans, owning a home is the American Dream, and moving into your first home can feel like a major financial victory. Unfortunately, while real estate can be a huge asset, it can also be a huge liability. Let's say you hired a contractor to build a deck on the back of your home. Everything is going well