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The Benefits of Play for Adults

By Lawrence Robinson, Melinda Smith, Jeanne Segal, Jennifer Shubin — 2021

Just because we’re adults, that doesn’t mean we have to make life all about work. Learn how play can benefit your relationships, job, and mood.

Read on www.helpguide.org

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An Introduction to Rest

Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.

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The Emotion Missing From the Workplace

Sadness is a central part of our lives, yet it’s typically ignored at work, hurting employees and managers alike.

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Focus

SARK’s whimsical, hand-printed, hand-painted books . . . are guides for adults (kids, too) who long to play and be creative, but have forgotten how.

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How to Care Less About Work

As we peer around the corner of the pandemic, let’s talk about what we want to do—and not do—with the rest of our lives.

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Work from Home Works Until You Need Time Off

It’s hard to articulate what a remote worker does when they’re sick. You’re not really “staying home” when you already usually work from home, and if work is right there, you have to stop scratching the itch that says It’s just one email. It won’t take long.

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What Women Should Tell Their Bosses When They Have Cancer

We hear a lot about the struggles of working women and the notion that we can create some semblance of order between managing responsibilities at home and at work. It’s the elusive work/life balance every working woman longs to achieve.

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To Work Through the Great Resignation, Take a Cue from Nature

This lesson of The Great Resignation is clear. We are putting life first. We are not machines. We want to regain humanity in our work.

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3 Ways Leaders Can Prevent Emotional Drain

When it comes to supporting employees to thrive despite the emotional fallout of the pandemic, leaders (and mindfulness) have a critical role to play.

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6 Simple, Accessible Ways to Start to Feel Healthier

Some of the most effective methods people can use to improve their health are also the most accessible. The following six practices demonstrate how valuable it can be to go back to basics when it comes to well-being.

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By Now, Burnout Is a Given

The pandemic has stripped our emotional reserves even further, laying bare our unique physical, social, and emotional vulnerabilities.

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