Posts Tagged ‘mindful living’

4 Bedtime Routines That Maximize Your Professional Productivity

Have you heard the joke about the guy who sleeps like a baby every night?  You know, he wakes up every two hours crying. That's a pretty 'tired' punchline, but sleep loss is no laughing matter to the millions of Americans (at least 1 in 3 adults) who sleep fewer than 7 hours each night. Travel […]

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20 Sneaky Ways to Fit Exercise into the Workday

You might want to read this article standing up—it's better for you. In fact, anything that gets you out of your chair during the workday is good for your health, says physician and obesity specialist James Levine. He says most people sit for more than half the day, raising their risk for diabetes, heart problems and all sorts […]

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7 TED Talks Healthcare IT Professionals Should See

In a workday filled with big projects, how much time do you leave for big thinking? Probably not much if you’re a typical healthcare IT professional working in what author Daniel Forrester calls “a constant fog of action and immediacy.” Here’s our suggestion to cut through the fog: take a daily TED break. For the […]

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5 Ways to Keep Calm at Work

Funny, hearing the command “Just relax!” doesn’t do anything to settle your nerves if they’ve been rattled. We can be unnerved by all kinds of factors while on the job, from sleep deprivation to mood fluctuations to high-stress situations. If you ever feel like you’re going to lose it, try one (or all) of the […]

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Is Your Health IT Job Making You Gain Weight?

Out with the days of factory work and assembly lines, in with the desk jobs and computers. If you’re an IT consultant, you may spend many hours sitting at a desk, reviewing lines of code, programming new computer systems and testing for software bugs – but what you probably aren’t doing is moving around a […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Hotel Room Healthier

Outside of airports, hotels are a germaphobe’s worst nightmare. And if you’re a frequently traveling healthcare IT consultant, you’re constantly in and out of both situations. With the 2014-2015 flu season starting this month in the United States, it’s best to prepare early to protect yourself against germs. In addition to eating right in your hotel room […]

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5 Tips for Mixing Alcohol and Work Events

Whether it’s at a holiday party, company retreat, project milestone celebration or happy hour, business and booze are frequently intertwined. Just like attending other after-hours work-related functions, having a drink with coworkers and superiors with can help you bond with your team or even move up the corporate ladder, depending on the situation. But since […]

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