Eight Tactics for Dealing with Professional Burnout–The Simple Dollar
This article gives helpful advice about dealing with the feelings that often come with working at the same vocation for many years. Some of the author’s tips include learning new things, forging new friendships and sharing the knowledge that you have gained over the years.
How to Make the Most of Your 401K-Wisebread
Most of those in the work force have 401K’s or have heard of them. However, the in’s and out’s of accounts and investments are often overlooked and/or misunderstood. This article from Wisebread provides beneficial information to those that are interested in getting the maximum benefit from their retirement savings.
Cure Your Email Addiction-Unclutterer
It is an undeniable truth that checking email is highly addictive. It’s a good way to procrastinate and lose lots of valuable time. This article gives some hints on how to avoid losing time to email addiction.
48 Fun Ways to Exercise-Zen Habits
For those that find working out to be a chore, it is often difficult make oneself exercise regularly. However, exercise can be fun. It just depends on how you approach it. This list from Zen Habits includes a variety of different and fun ways to get your daily quota of exercise in, and enjoy it!
What to Do When a Client Doesn’t Pay in a Timely Manner-Freelance Switch
Dealing with a client that won’t pay you can create a stressful and unpleasant situation. This article gives a list of suggestions on how to handle these kinds of dealings while retaining a polite and businesslike tone.
5 Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension-Pick the Brain
Effective comprehension while reading depends largely on the way that the reader interacts with the text other than simply reading the words on the pages. This article talks about several different ways to engage yourself in the reading in order for improved comprehension.
Is Your Money Distinguishable from Your Parents’?-The Simple Dollar
In this post, the author discusses the long-term benefits of learning how to spend within one’s means. He also discusses how making a habit of relying on others for financial help can be detrimental to you as well as them.
The Surprisingly Deep Benefits of Walking-Dumb Little Man
In this article, the author discusses the many benefits of walking for exercise. Besides the benefits from the exercise, walking also is easier on joints than running or other forms of high-intensity exercise, as the author points out.
Teaching Children to Fight Clutter-Unclutterer
Often, parents become frustrated with the clutter that their children seem bound and determined to create. This article offers some helpful hints for teaching children that keeping clutter at bay has a lot of benefits.
Don’t Let Irregular Expenses Wreck Your Budget-Get Rich Slowly
Setting up a budget can be trying, and sticking to it even more challenging. Because irregular expenses come up more than one might think, the author of this article offers some advice to keep these expenses from hurting your budget.
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