Eating Right for a Happy, Healthy, and Productive, Life

If you want to live a happy and healthy life (and who doesn’t?) eating well is an essential ingredient.

A study recently found that people who eat well are significantly happier than those who eat a diet high in processed foods. The authors concluded that “fruit and vegetable consumption has beneficial effects on different indicators of well-being, such as happiness or general life satisfaction”.

Over the long term, the stakes are even higher.

How to enjoy your office Christmas party without regrets

For many of us, it’s the most anticipated event of the work calendar. The annual office Christmas party. The firm’s way of saying ‘thanks for all the hard work: Let your hair down on us’.

But should you?  

Some live to regret it. In fact, more than a few careers have ended on that fateful night in December.

Seven Secrets for a More Productive Day

Whatever your occupation, it pays to be productive.

 The best way to achieve this is to become an expert in time management.

In this post, we share seven habits that can help transform even the most devoted procrastinator into a reliable workhorse.

Everything You Need to Know About the JobKeeper Payment

The Australian Government has been widely praised for its response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

It has won plaudits for both the public health measures implemented to combat the virus, as well as policy measures intended to limit the economic fall out.

The centrepiece of the government’s economic response is the JobKeeper Payment.

The Only 3 Stress Management Techniques You Really Need

At the risk of stating the obvious, it has been a stressful time.

Not only are we living through a once in a century pandemic. To make matters worse, the measures we have taken as a result have destroyed the economy. Not to mention our social lives.

If you are feeling a little stressed, well, that is normal.

Three Trends to Look Out For in a Post-Pandemic World

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major economic crisis.

Like most countries, Australia opted for an unprecedented public health intervention to protect people from the pathogen. So far, it is working. Compared with other parts of the world, the rate of transmission and number of deaths remains low.

If You’re Looking for Work, Here Are the Industries to Target

The corona-virus outbreak has taken a sledgehammer to the Australian jobs market.

While unemployment increased only slightly in March, it looks likely that many more Australians will lose their jobs in coming months. The government’s own Treasury figures are forecasting an unemployment rate of 10% by the middle of the year.

How to be more productive when working from home

With the corona virus outbreak threatening to overwhelm our health system, many of us are choosing to self isolate.

For others, it’s only a matter of time before we’re told to stay home.

This will mean an enforced layoff for some workers, such as those in hospitality.

How To Break Bad Habits

Bad habits can be a huge barrier to success.

At the very least, they waste our time and stop us from achieving our goals. At their worst, they can be truly debilitating. They can threaten our health, our career prospects and our financial stability.

Last month’s post, ‘How To Build Healthy Habits’, described some useful techniques for incorporating healthy habits into our lives.

5 Tips for Retaining Top Talent

It’s never been more difficult to retain your best talent than it is today.

For a range of reasons, people change jobs far more often than they used to. According to Harvard Business Review, Baby Boomers are likely to hold an average of 11 or 12 jobs in their lifetimes.