Ladies, do you meditate? I’ve never found the time to learn to meditate myself, always considering it a luxury — but I just got back from an alumni networking event that featured a lot of mini-talks about the benefits of meditation for business women, lawyers, and other executives, and now I’m kind of fascinated. Did … Read More about The Benefits Of Meditation for Businesswomen
2019 Update: We still think this is a great discussion about the best ways to relax after a stressful day, but you may also want to check out our recent discussion of how do you deal with overwhelm, as well as how to make the most of your evenings. Here’s a fun topic: what are the … Read More about The Best Ways to Relax After A Stressful Day
What are your best tips to stop yourselves from overthinking, readers? How can you work through anxiety and excessive worrying about the future? We’ve talked about how to focus at work as well as how to deal with anxiety, but not in a long time — so let’s discuss how to stop overthinking. Reader C … Read More about How to Stop Overthinking/Worrying About the Future
Drinking and drug use can be a problem for anyone, but there have been a number of stories lately about how it’s particularly a problem for lawyers. (We’ve also talked in the past about how there are many high-achieving women who drink too much, too, and there was a great Medium post by Kristi Coulter … Read More about Open Thread: On Drinking Too Much, Jobs That Encourage Drinking, and Drinking Because of Job-Related Stress
Something I’ve noticed a LOT of friends doing lately is backing away from social media. I’ve been doing a partial social media break, since as a blogger I can’t really take a total break — but I’ve definitely modified my consumption. So let’s talk about it: What are you doing with the extra time if … Read More about How to Take a Partial Social Media Break
A great roundup of posts to help you look more polished, appreciate more and stress less, organize, grow your career, socialize more, save more, pay down debt, learn about personal finance, eat better, and move more!
It can be really tough to focus on work when SO MANY OTHER THINGS are happening right now…
Pictured: one/ two / three / four What kinds of hobbies do you like to take part in after work and on weekends? (We’re talking about offline activities here — no computers required/allowed!) This is the first in a series of occasional posts where we’ll take a look at how to pick up various hobbies. Today we’re talking about coloring books … Read More about Hobby Wednesday: Coloring Books for Adults
2019 Update: We still stand by this advice on making time for therapy, but you may want to check out some of our more recent discussions on mental health and stress. Reader C has a great question about work/life balance — and keeping a standing therapy appointment without being perceived as lazy. I can’t wait … Read More about Making Time for Therapy
2017 Update: We still stand by this discussion of crying at work — you may also want to check out our recent discussion of how to get a poker face at work. OK, ladies and gents, let’s discuss: How do you keep from crying at work, whether due to personal reasons or as a reaction to … Read More about Crying at Work: How to Deal
There’s a lot of talk about the best morning routines for succesful people, so let’s discuss — what do you do to set your day up for success?
2018 Update: We still stand by this advice on how to fit lunch workouts into your workday, but you may also want to check out our post about how to stay fit in winter. Lunch workouts: are you able to fit them into your workday? What are your best tips and tricks for exercising during your … Read More about How to Fit Lunch Workouts Into Your Workday