Many employees are becoming more selective about job offers, thanks to labor shortages and the increase in hybrid work. If you’re part of the Great Resignation or just considering your options, this may be an ideal time to find an employer who shares your values. Cultural fit has been a standard part of career advice for generations because happiness at work usually means … [Read more...] about Who Else Wants to Find an Employer Who Shares Your Values?
The winter holidays are supposed to be a magical time of year. However, they can pose extra challenges if you’re trying to live sober. You may look forward to decorating the tree and baking sugar cookies. Then, you remember crowded shopping malls and family dinners with distant relatives asking you about your childbearing plans. You may also wonder how you’ll handle … [Read more...] about A Sober Living Guide for the Holidays
If you’re like most consumers, you spent the pandemic watching more TV. However, if you’re middle aged and concerned about your brain health, you may want to put down the remote. Three new studies add to the evidence that watching a lot of TV in your middle years can negatively affect your cognitive function in later years. The researchers found that “the more television you … [Read more...] about What You Need to Know about Brain Health, TV, and Middle Age
Does making new friends feel overwhelming? Do you ever feel alone despite being surrounded by others? Have you ever wished that you could have a deeper connection with someone instantly? Maybe you feel overstimulated in a busy environment. Or maybe the reason you feel completely alone and drained is because of small talk. If you crave that deeper connection with others, … [Read more...] about Making Friends as a Highly Sensitive Person