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Stuck in a Winter Funk? 4 Tips for Finding Your Way Out

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Everything can feel a little harder in the middle of winter: getting out of bed, going outside to walk the dog or take out the trash, and staying motivated at work when the days are short and the to-do lists are long. Even if the reasons for your winter funk are unrelated to your job, […]

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3 Tips for Staying Energized This Winter

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It’s that time of year again, when shorter days and colder temperatures have many of us warming up to the idea of staying in, curling up with a book, and basically hiding until spring arrives. While extra rest can be useful, enjoying the slowdown a little too much can lead to feeling downright unmotivated. If […]

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4 Ways to Practice Self-Love Each Day

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Valentine’s Day is a time to show appreciation for those you love. But shouldn’t it also be about showing appreciation for yourself? Whether you’re partnered up or single, why not take some time this Valentine’s Day to practice self-love? Working in the social-impact space, most of our days are typically spent thinking about others. And […]

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What to Do When It’s More Than Burnout | Dealing with Work-Related Trauma

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Burnout. It’s something we’re all familiar with and there’s no shortage of advice on how to prevent it and how to recover. But what happens when it’s more than burnout? People working in the social-impact sphere may encounter more trauma than the average worker—it’s the nature of the work. But what’s concerning is how few […]

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