6 Topics to Avoid Discussing with Your Coworkers

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Over time, it’s common to become at least somewhat close with your coworkers. As the relationships strengthen, it may feel as if no topic of conversation is off-limits. However, in reality, you still need to consider proper workplace etiquette.  Certain topics are usually very inappropriate in the workplace, or at least carry with them a level… Read more »

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Kids Entertained After a Tough Day at Work

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A tough day at work can be incredibly draining. While you may just want to kick back and relax, if you have children, that might not be an option. You can’t always expect kids to know how to entertain themselves, so you need to have options available to ensure you can give their energy some… Read more »

How to Respond When Someone Asks How Much Money You Make

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Most people find talking about money incredibly uncomfortable. When a person asks you how much you make, it is normal to feel a bit startled or even defensive, largely because people treat their salaries like private information. Figuring out how to respond to the person can feel like a challenge. This is especially true if… Read more »

4 Signs You Aren’t Being Treated Fairly at Work

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Nearly everyone struggles at some point in their career. Maybe the tasks aren’t particularly engaging or the environment isn’t a precise match to your needs. While few jobs are usually considered “perfect,” there is a substantial difference between having to deal with the normal challenges associated with being a professional and genuinely being treated unfairly…. Read more »

10 Affordable Places in Atlanta to Grab a Bite After Work

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Whether you are on a tight budget or just prefer not to splurge when eating out, Atlanta has plenty of affordable restaurant options. Many even serve full meals for less than $10, making them incredibly budget-friendly. If you want to grab a bite after work, here are 10 affordable restaurants in Atlanta that are worth… Read more »

How to Balance a Physically Demanding Job and Workout Routine

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When you work in a physically demanding job, working out after you end your shift usually doesn’t sound very appealing. After all, spending a day walking, lifting, climbing, carrying, dragging and pushing isn’t easy, so heading to the gym to squeeze in more may seem like too much. However, maintaining a workout routine is still… Read more »

Are Your Job Expectations Too High or Too Low?

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Everyone has expectations for their current role and, when the job doesn’t align with what is expected, it can create some unpleasant situations. Whether you set yours too high or too low, the fact they do not reflect reality can cause internal strife. Often, people give their expectations a lot of power, and that can… Read more »

Work-Life Balance is Necessary … Here’s How to Talk to Your Boss About It

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Work-life balance is something every professional hopes to find. However, it is incredibly elusive and certainly won’t happen by accident. This is especially true in today’s hyperconnected world, where work activities bleed over into your off-hours thanks to smartphones and other digital devices. If your work-life balance is disrupted over the long term, it is… Read more »

Safety Tips to Help You on Your Temp Assignment

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When you head out on a temporary assignment, you are entering an unfamiliar environment. As a result, you typically won’t know about potential hazards, especially if you will be working in an industry or role that is new to you. Luckily, there are things you can do to make sure you are safe on your… Read more »

Do Your Social Media Pages Need Some Spring Cleaning?

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It’s that time of year again. The days are getting noticeably longer, flower buds start to appear, and people turn their thoughts to spring cleaning to welcome the warmer, brighter season. While spring cleaning traditionally refers to one’s home, giving your social media accounts a good scrub can be a smart move too. After all,… Read more »