It's finally time to address the centre of your body in this third set of exercises designed for desk-sitting professionals. The main focus of this series has been strengthening the muscles that hold a proper posture while sitting at a desk - something that is difficult to concentrate on when you have important stuff to … Continue reading The Core Workout for Posture Correction
Sitting all day leads to atrophy of the muscles and an increased risk of injury, especially when combined with irregular or no exercise. Uh oh! The most common symptoms of this are stiff shoulders and/or neck, a sore upper and/or lower back, tight hamstrings and hips, and weak glutes. In the worst cases, you can … Continue reading The Lower Body Workout for Work-From-Home Warriors
The pandemic shifted many workouts to require less equipment and be more time-efficient due to reduced gym availability and opting to workout at home. Thanks to your New Years' fitness resolution, wherever you're choosing to stay active, it's likely you're noticing the benefits of your hard work: better sleep, improved metabolism, and better posture with … Continue reading The Upper Body Workout Circuit for Desk-Sitting Professionals
You've checked your list, you've checked it twice... and you're missing a gift for the career girl in your life. By this time in December, your delivery timing is cutting it close for anything you order online. That is why I made this list! All of these gifts are available for in-store or curbside pick-up, … Continue reading 10 Last-Minute Holiday Gifts for Career Girls
By now, we've been in work-from-home mode long enough for some bad habits to set in. I know I'm not the only one who has started to eat lunch in front of my computer! Last week, I STILL ate lunch in front of my computer… but not because I had too much to do. Instead, … Continue reading Relieving Work Fatigue When You Work From Home
The COVID-19 outbreak has businesses doing what they can to limit the spread of the virus. Phrases like "flatten the curve" are becoming an everyday phrase. The responsibility of "flattening the curve" has been passed on from workplaces to now employees who are now working from home. Some are excited to work from home - … Continue reading 8 Things You Need to Do When You Work From Home
Some of the most important learning I've done over the past few years is a principle of collaboration I had long believed in. Its significance was reinforced in an unforgettable fashion when I attended a course on negotiations taught by Peter D. Johnston, Managing Director, NAI Limited. I was part of a double-blind negotiation exercise … Continue reading When I Learned that Negotiation Isn’t About Winning
If you live in a big metro area, it's very possible that you measure your commute in more than just minutes. You have likely exhausted all of your music playlists and have heard the same traffic updates at least three times within the last 10 minutes. It's time to introduce your ears to something new: podcasts. Get started with three podcast suggestions specially curated for the emerging professional woman. Continue reading...