Rounding out the conversation on role overload, E&B interview author and think tank policy wonk, Brigid Schulte on the national crisis that is worker overwhelm, and uncover how government can help.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, flying can be stressful. But it doesn’t have to be with the right preparation. I’ve always told people that it’s always best to arrive to the airport early. In fact, I arrive 2 hours early when flying so I never have a problem. The only
Single women aren’t always included in conversations about role overload. B&E talk with writer Julia Carpenter about what this looks like for all the single ladies. Learn more about today's interview guest, Julia Carpenter, at https://www.juliaccarpenter.com.
Are you having a bad week, tough month, or stressful start to the year? Or are you languishing in a truly toxic workplace? If these symptoms are apparent where you work, it's time to take action.
Would you tolerate sending your kids to school every day in a toxic classroom? Would you stand by as your best friend was subjected to a narcissist boss in a workplace that literally made them ill? Probably not. So why justify putting up with this sick status quo yourself?
A common theme of anxiety is guilt. Many of us feel that we are never enough, that we never do enough, or that we could always do more. When we can’t fulfill every goal or be everything to everyone, many of us can feel a sense of failure or inadequacy, which results in feeling anxious due to th
I began thinking about what to get my mom for Mother’s Day no less than three weeks ago. Various gift options kept popping into my mind in the most hectic times. While boarding a plane or in the middle of a meeting I’d think, OMG! MOTHER’S DAY! Get her that spa treatment! Don’t forget! And [
You have a To Do list a mile long and all you want to do is hole up on the couch. Another night goes by. You haven’t crossed anything off your to do list. The laundry’s still there. You haven’t sent holiday thank you notes, and the last time you went to the doctor… ahem…. Somewhere [&hell
I’m pretty sure busy is bullshit. Or at least all the problems we blame busy for…are bullshit. Messy house, messy energy… too busy. Didn’t call mom, feeling guilty… too busy. Haven’t worked out, feeling like crap as a result… too busy. Staying in the miserable job because the resume
Feeling burnt out? You’re not alone, boss. Last month, Cosmopolitan found that nearly 3/4 of women suffer from stress-related anxiety. These symptoms are indicative of burnout – a state of chronic stress that can quickly escalate and lead to more serious mental healthy disorders, even depressio