It’s 1 a.m. My eyes track lazily across my phone screen as I hop from articles about the pandemic and global warming to one-dish pasta recipes and funny cat compilation videos. I check the time again: 2.30 a.m
"You have power to make an employee's day enjoyable or miserable." - Bruna Martinuzzi
So you're great at listing the things you need to do. But how good are you at spotting the things that could hold you back
When times are tough, some people try to be "present" – while others look for ways to escape
"I don't bother myself with uncertainty because I understand I have no control over it."
Has staying home under lockdown given introverts the edge over extroverts? They can still feel overwhelmed
If you had told me a year ago that I wouldn't see my husband for four months, I probably would have said, "You'll bury me. I won't make it."
The past few days I’ve woken up and thought it was Sunday, only to realize it was a weekday and actually I should really be getting on with work or home schooling. Yes, the monotony of lockdown has finally struck
Thanks to COVID-19, we are all now living in a world that was beyond imagination just a few short weeks ago. For most of us, nothing in our old lives could have prepared us adequately for lockdown. Yes, we are all caught in the same storm
Crying at work is widely regarded as something of a taboo. If you're reduced to tears in the workplace, there is the very real fear that others will see you as weak, overemotional or unprofessional. And if personal issues are the cause of your distress, you don't want to feel disapproval from your boss or […]