Human Resources & Organizational Development
It's the time of year for merrymaking and gift-giving. You may be focused on what you can do to bring holiday cheer to loved ones. Take a moment to think also about what makes you happy. And celebrate the things you've accomplished, big and small.
Grab on to the good things. Before you wrap up the year, make a list of the activities that bring you joy. Now think about ways you can build on that happiness next year. Keep on striving for the good things in life.
Celebrate the small stuff. The everyday wins in life make you who you are. And they are worth getting excited about, too. Treat yourself to something special.
Everday wins worth celebrating
Taking a brisk walk around the block.
Climbing four flights of stairs.
Having a good conversation with someone new.
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You bring distinct strengths and personality traits to everything you do, both at work and at play. When you put your talents to good use, there's a domino effect: Enthusiasm, Passion and Positive energy.
Let yourself be yourself. Focus on your best qualities for greater happiness and work satisfaction.
Size up your strengths. Ask yourself: are you creative, organized, a risk-taker, thoughtful, outspoken, a quiet leader, dependable, caring, quick to adapt? Take note: write down your strengths. Keep your chin up: remind yourself of your strengths and seek opportunities. Watch and learn: find ways to combine your strengths with others.
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Between crunching on that project for your boss, scrolling through endless social media posts, and shopping online, it's easy to lose track of time in front of a computer screen.
Your eyes take a beating from those long hours, which could lead to Computer Vision Syndrom (CVS). Symptoms include eyestrain, blurred vision, headaches, and back pain. Fortunately, there are certain things you can do to minimize the effects of extended time in front of a computer.