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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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Make Your Spring Break a Week of Professional Development

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When you think about your upcoming plans for spring break, you may dream about beach vacations or quality time with family. But since traveling to exotic locales isn’t a reality for everyone, why not use the time off to advance your skills and career? Whether you’re a student, teacher, or parent (or you’re just lucky […]

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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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Write it Down, Make it Happen | 3 Journaling Habits to Help Your Career

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If you’re aspiring to start a journaling practice, there are myriad benefits to what can be a quick 5-15 minute activity. In addition to waking up your more creative side, keeping a journal to track your professional goals may also help you to increase personal and professional accountability, focus, and goal awareness. Try one of […]

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