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Smarter Work-From-Home Eating

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Picture this: it’s 11 a.m. and you’re feeling a little grumbly after an early breakfast. You’re working from home, so you wander into the kitchen and eat a handful of chips.

You make a quick and boring sandwich for lunch. An hour later, you’re hungry again, and you snack on some candy this time. Dinnertime rolls around, and you’re too tired to cook.

If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. 

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Three Ways to Change Your Relationship with Stress

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Stress expert Heidi Hanna has a saying: stressing is a blessing. If you feel skeptical about that, keep reading — Heidi convinced me, and her ideas have allowed me to take advantage of stress and make it work for my benefit.

Stress is often framed as a bad thing, but Heidi knows that there are ways to take advantage of stress to improve your mood and productivity. In her work as founder of Synergy, a consulting company that works with companies to improve performance through brain-based strategies, Heidi has developed actionable ways to change your relationship with stress.

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Beating Email Overwhelm

Sometimes small productivity shifts are actually huge. 

That’s the case with emails. Especially now that so many people are working from home, there’s an expectation that everyone needs to respond to emails and messages immediately.

That expectation of being constantly “on” is actually harming your productivity! It’s a hard one to tackle because email overwhelm is such a big issue in the workplace and it comes from the top down! 

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