As a government worker, you’ve got to take care of yourself so you’re able to care for the country. How can you practice self-care to reduce stress between now and the presidential transition?
Posts Tagged: Stress
Taking the time to “understand the other person” and listen to “emotions behind words” will not only enhance your communication skills, but build trust with your career and life partners.
Work throws us in a million directions and tests our ability to balance thought and action. But what if there was a way to channel your thoughts to become a better worker?
It’s Thursday—does anyone else feel like there are just not enough hours in the day? Stress is apparent in our lives at every level. In fact, did you know that stress is involved in 99% of all our illnesses? It’s true! Luckily, here are some quick healthy ideas to keep everyone rejuvenated and rip-raring to goRead… Read more »
In a dream world, every office would come with kittens and puppies, free therapists or nap rooms. The reality is there are low cost and low interference tactics we can implement to provide relief to our front line staff.
There are so many options in federal government that can make your schedule and stress level more manageable.
The physical signs of stress impact us all, whether through shortness of breath, heart racing or sweaty palms, and we’ve all heard that too much stress is bad for your health. But what if that wasn’t true?
A positive mindset, lightheartedness, optimism and yes, downright fun, all have an impact, not only on your own feelings of well-being and happiness in your life, but, also on your job success and the effectiveness of organizations.
It’s so important to nip anxiety and stress in the bud, and create strategies to deal with them before they spiral out of control. That’s been high on my agenda for the last few months, and I’ve been testing out different methods to calm down and let go. These 5 apps are some of my… Read more »
The pope is in D.C. and I got to see him yesterday during the Papal parade. Although the experience was unforgettable, the events leading up to the parade were nerve-racking and stressful. How could something so joyous bring me so much stress? As I strolled the streets of D.C. (at 5 AM) to head toRead… Read more »