In case you aren’t aware, I’m not a full-time blogger. I make my money being a content developer for a medical software company; M-F 8-5. I used to think that I wanted to be a full-time blogger, but not anymore. First of all, your girl loves stability, which includes receiving a very generous paycheck twice a month post taxes and insurance deductions. However, I do love blogging more now that realized that I prefer to do this as a hobby. Therefore, my day in the life usually feature the same activities everyday, with some tweaks here and there.
Out of pure boredom and my end and maybe natural nosiness on yours, I’m sharing what I typically do on most workdays. Keep reading to read about a recent and very typical workday I had.
I have to admit that I’m starting to have a love/hate relationship with self-care. I despise that the word itself is on everyone’s tongue and plastered in every glass magazine or website. However, I can’t enough of practicing self-care whenever I get a chance, because they feel so good. Unfortunately, the time when I feel like I need self-care the most is when I’m woke drowning in emails and unnecessary meetings. I eventually started finding ways to help me evoke the power of self-care from the comforts of mesh back office chair.
If you’re interested in a few ways to hep you practice self-care when you’re at work, please keep reading to see what I do.
We all have and will reach a time when we reach a state where it feels like we’re not progressing. Thankfully, there is a instant cure to this feeling; makes some changes. A couple of months ago, I felt like I plateaued in my daily life, which is normal. I was just cruising through life, but not progressing. Also, I realized that this was causing my daily productivity to decrease. So, after realizing that this was happening, I decided to make some minor changes and tweaks in my life to increase productivity in my life. Although some of the changes were small, the payoff has been huge.
Maybe you’ve reached a point ion your life where you feel like you’ve hit a bump in the road. If so, check out these small tweaks that I recently made in my life that has caused my productivity to go through the roof. This is just an example of how small tweaks can make big changes.
When I wake up in the morning, I always aspire to have a good day. Even if I know I have a half finished project with an aggressive due date waiting for me at work; I’m waking up with the notion that the day will be great. In order for me to feel like the day is going to be good, it takes a little mind tricking some simple steps. By doing these basic and simplistic tips, my day gets off to a good start.
I know, you can’t guarantee you have a good day, but you can remove some of the potential ways to have a bad day. Keep reading to see what I do daily to help me have a good day.
I’ve been gratefully employed for over 10 years and I’ve been at my current job for 7 years, this May. However, there are have been plenty of moments when I’ve felt discouraged, sad, and overwhelmed with my job. Actually, there have been days when I’ve felt all those emotions before lunch. Thankfully, over the years, I’ve found and embraced different ways to have helped me cope with my job and can help you love your job.
If you feel that you are at the end of your ropes at your job, keep reading to see some easy ways to help you enjoy your job a little more.