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Ever Considered Not Taking Your Phone On Vacation?

Planning your next vacation? Perhaps consider leaving your smartphone at home to be more present and reduce your stress levels

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Dumb Phone, Smart Answer?

Could a simplified cell phone be the answer to your smartphone stress?

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The tell-tale signs of smartphone ‘addiction’

Is this you? It’d be wrong to try to equate most smartphone overuse with, say, gambling addiction.  But there’s no doubt that both can have real health effects and – at least as far as …

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C-app-e Diem: It’s Time To Re-take Control Of Your Tech Use

Are you struggling disconnecting from your tech? This guide will show you WHY and teach you how to free yourself from your smartphone.

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Four Signs That It’s Time To Change Career

There are four crucial signs that everyone should look out for when deciding if they should change their career.

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Could Ikigai Help You Find Job Perfection?

Are you considering a new job, or maybe even a new career? The Ikigai method could help with your decision.

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Hitting Refresh: Your Guide To Changing Career

This is a full guide for those who are looking to make a career change. Read on to learn the best steps to take today.

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How Are Millennials Coping With Burnout?

Do you struggle with burnout? Do you work too much? Here’s how you can deal with it.

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Vacation ruined by illness?

Don’t waste your vacation. Here’s how to avoid getting sick when traveling.

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How Giving Back Keeps Giving Back

 “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” The phrase “it’s better to give than to receive” isn’t just something your parents invented to get the 8-year-old …

 

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