Four Tips for Staying Healthy and Fit at the Office

There are innumerable benefits of staying active in your daily life. If your job does not require you to work out for a living ( i.e. you’re not an Instagram model or fitness junkie with a billion followers), you may have find creative ways to keep your body moving at work. Most healthy adults need […]

Re-Learning How to Take a Full, Get-Away, Rejuvenating Vacation

We’re all about productivity in this corner of the internet, and it’s well established that seeking a work-life balance or blend, or just taking sustained breaks, help. But working in the new economy often means changing jobs, doing work for two, or hanging out a shingle. This results in reduced vacation days and fewer opportunities […]

Webinar: Only Human – How Lawyers Can Recharge Physically, Emotionally, and Socially

As an attorney, you have endless responsibilities and obligations, difficult cases and challenging clients. In the midst of all this, it is easy to forget that you are only human; and while you may possess many intellectual super powers; your emotions, your physical being, and your social life can get overwhelmed and depleted. Taking care […]

Don't Let Sitting At Your Desk Become a Pain in The Neck

We’ve become sedentary creatures at work and at home. We hunch over our desktop computers at work sitting for hours on end and do the same at home on our laptops and tablets – Facebook-ing and Twittering or binge watching shows on Netflix. All of that sitting can become a royal pain in the neck. […]

Getting Fit on 10,000 Steps a Day

Exercise is one of the three pillars of health. (The other two, according to Czeisler at the Harvard Medical School, are exercise and eating well.) And, better health and well-being lead to increased productivity. But, if you’re not a gym rat or have gimpy knees that keep you from training for a marathon, walking will […]

Don't Stress About Wasting Time. Your Brain Could Use The Downtime

Wasting time increases productivity. Paradoxical, but true. It leads to increased creativity, too. In a Scientific American article, Why Your Brain Needs More Downtime, that goes on for a hefty 6,000 words, the author summarizes: “research on naps, meditation, nature walks and the habits of exceptional artists and athletes reveals how mental breaks increase productivity, […]

Poll: What is Your Longest Vacation This Year?

Does the frequency of client emergencies rise the closer you get to vacation time? Does it keep you from taking more than a day or two off at a time? If you’re in the United States, it probably means that you’re one of the 61 percent who plan to work during vacation this year. Now […]