Of my many lessons in vulnerability, none is more important than this: Vulnerability requires self-acceptance.
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GIS and public health go hand-in-hand in creating healthy and safe communities. Public health professionals can use a number of basic GIS tools to enhance their work.
Right now, regulatory agencies are deep in the throes of dealing with the coronavirus crisis. It may take months or years to fully understand and meaningfully change the way we respond to similar events in the future. But we can look to a not-so-distant past to provide some insight and guidance.
By tracking the way you spend your time this week, you’ll get a fascinating view into where your energy at work currently lies.
When your project’s success depends on people using it, your best move is to make sure that your whole community can use the service that you’re building.
Here are seven practical tips for managing your anxiety and depression while practicing more mindfulness in your professional and personal lives.
If you want to create an intentional career, you must first understand the core feelings you are looking to experience in our day-to-day job.
A black federal learning leader shares her own journey of becoming and what she’s had to both learn and unlearn in the quest to be her most authentic self.
Escape the frustration of inaction by approaching situations with solutions. Even small ideas can help you to relax and brighten someone’s day.
Here are tips to help anyone — temporary workers, students and government workers — network for success when starting virtual internships and details.