The American Heart Association established National Walking Day – the first Wednesday in April – in 2007, and since has encouraged individuals, schools, workplaces and communities to get out and walk for at least 30 minutes and put themselves on the road to better health.
A healthy work environment is vital, not only to productivity, but to physical and mental well-being.
For April Fools Day, Gutterman Grifiths shares tips to avoid acting foolish during divorce proceedings.
Moving from one home to the next provides ample opportunity to take stock of life, love and achievements.
What is the one thing that causes you to lose you of inner peace and confidence?
As I write, I’m on the eve of my 65th birthday, have my Medicare card and coverage in place, am trying to delay taking Social Security until I qualify for a higher monthly payout, am finding job applications rejected due to my age (obliquely), and I’m constantly being asked why I don’t just retire by well-meaning but obviously ignorant people, mostly younger, who just assume that retirement is a piece of cake.
The truth of it is, owning a growing business and having a full life can be like a constant game of trying to get ahead of a fast-moving train.
Perhaps you'll find guidance, as I do, from Frank Sinatra in his song, "That's Life". Here's a useful interpretation of the song with seven key lessons
To have a life of purpose, we have to live on purpose. Here are three reasons why you should take the bull by the horns and make life happen for you, not to you.
It is wise for employers to be aware of the potential problems that can stem from inappropriate behavior or actions that might happen when co-workers interact in a more casual way.
We don’t strive for work-life balance, as the two never are in balance. Instead, we strive for work-life harmony.
Has anyone found my keys? And while you’re at it, has anyone found my peace? My joy? My fun life? My time? My career? My creativity? My smile? My youth? Thanks, I just really need to find those.