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How exercise can boost work performance

[To comment:] This is excellent advice via the Courier-Post on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018: BY ERIC TITNER THEJOBNETWORK.COM We’re all familiar with the obvious benefits of exercise — regular physical activity can keep us looking and feeling fit and healthy, increase our energy levels and confidence and help us maintain high levels of self-esteem. Staying active […]

11 ways to manage year-end stress

[To comment:]   From Dale Carnegie’s Anita Zinsmeister comes this:   Knowing the holidays are a busy time, be prepared for the madness and take the time for self-care.  Dale Carnegie has compiled a series of scientifically proven tips to help manage stress as you approach the end of the year. Here are 11 […]

A bit of bathroom cellphone etiquette — A health disconnet

[To comment:] From The Philadelphia Inquirer (Oct. 10, 2017) By Mari A. Schaefer – Staff Writer Next time you want to check your cellphone on the way to the bathroom sink after using the toilet, fight the urge. You could make yourself sick, warns a microbiologist at London Metropolitan University. “Toilet seats, handles, sinks, and […]

Firework safety tips

[To comment:] Do not allow children to light fireworks, even sparklers, without parental supervision. Do not allow young children to handle sparklers at all — certainly not those younger than 5, says Jefferson Hospital surgeon Randall W. Culp. Do not pick up firework debris. It might still go off. Avoid buying fireworks wrapped in […]

Emergencies happen — here’s how to be prepared

[To comment:] As warmer weather approaches, more travelers will be hitting the road, rails and airways. Not long ago, The Philadelphia Inquirer carried some hints from Shary Nassimi, creator of the UrgentCall emergency service mobile app. She offers Seven Ways to Be Prepared for a Travel Emergency: Give your loved ones your emergency contact information. Carry your […]

13 habits of stressed-out people

[To comment:] From:  Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter By Anita Zinsmeister, PresidentDale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey  We’ve all been there: hearts racing, palms sweating, and panic rising when we realize that there is too much to do and just not enough time. Stress can be immobilizing, and it can negatively affect many aspects […]

7 Tips To Make Your Office More Green:

[To comment:] This week’s blog comes from: Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter By Anita Zinsmeister, President — Dale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey  Make Your Office A Mean Green Machine.   Making your office greener does not have to be a daunting prospect; there are countless small measures you can take to make […]

Fireworks laws by state — Stay safe this 4th

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How to unplug on vacation

[To comment: larry at larry litwin dot com] The first step is to recognize there is a problem. Here are some steps to take to get into the mindset as carried in the Courier-Post on July 23, 2015. It is by-lined by Shannon Eblen TIPS TO UNPLUG Plan ahead: Schedule out-of-office emails and assign a […]

Don’t worry — Be happy — It’s good for your health

    [To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] This comes from Aetna’s newsletter: Don’t worry. Be happy. It’s good for your health. The happiest place on earth isn’t Disneyworld. According to the latestWorld Happiness Report, it’s Denmark, followed closely by its neighbors, Norway and Sweden. So what puts the Danes in such a blissful […]