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A Fool-Proof Guide to Outdoor Activities while Social Distancing

Spending time outdoors is good for the mind and the body. But as the current status of the country’s situation is still changing, access to fitness and recreational centres is still limited. If you’re planning to spend time outdoors but are unsure about what activities you can do while maintaining proper social distancing measures, here are some suggestions. Go on …

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You Are Hired: A Great Team Is the Sum of Its Parts

What does it mean to be a good leader during this global health crisis? Many people have lost their jobs due to the financial crisis brought about by the global pandemic. Many individuals continue to seek new opportunities during these challenging times. Despite the many applicants that have come up due to this demand, as a leader, you should maintain your …

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Exercising for the Aging: What Does Science Say?

Contrary to what many older people believe, aging doesn’t give them a free pass not to exercise. In fact, experts suggest that they need at least 2.5 hours of moderate physical activity each week. But it is also clear that several older individuals, particularly 65 years old and above, do not exercise enough. If you’re one of these people, then …

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Dental Health for Professionals: 5 Things You Need To Know

Let’s talk about teeth. Teeth, along with the bones, are the hardest parts of the human body, so having a strong set of pearly whites is an indicator of good health. Young or old, we all have to take care of our dental health, but as office workers are more susceptible to health and dental issues, we’ll be zeroing in …

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Online Jobs You Can Consider for 2021

The pandemic caused many Americans to lose their jobs as businesses were forced to close to stem the spread of the virus. The unemployment rate increased to a point where nearly 800,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits near the end of last year. Even those who have jobs may find that their monthly income is not enough to live comfortably. …

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A Guide to Stress Management for the Average Employee

Stress will follow you wherever you go. Your responsibilities at home and work will feel overwhelming, adding tension to your already busy schedule. It seems normal to assume that stress is already a part of a person’s life, but you might be struggling to maintain a healthy way to deal with it. Your health and development might be suffering, especially …

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Prepare and Protect: Tips for Bringing Your Team Safely Back to the Office

It’s a challenging time for workplaces across the globe. The pandemic has forced millions of businesses across the nation to shift to remote work. Since May of this year, however, all fifty states eased their COVID-19 restrictions, with the rules varying from state to state. While telecommuting is a trend that will likely continue for the years to come, business owners still need to …

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For Nature Lovers: Here’s What You Should Be Doing This Fall

Last spring, when the coronavirus pandemic broke out, everyone was forced to stay at home. Now, there’s more information about the virus and people have gotten used to wearing masks and social distancing. It’s easier to go out, do errands, and return to some semblance of normalcy. The stay-at-home orders were particularly hard on nature lovers who were looking forward …

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Training Stubborn Pets: A Guide for First-Time Dog Owners

Becoming a dog owner is a fun and exciting experience, especially if you are living alone. Knowing that you are bringing home an everyday companion will lift your spirits. If it’s your first time to own a dog, however, you need to make a few adjustments in your lifestyle. Remember, you have to fulfill your duty as a dog owner. …

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