Working Women: Here are 11 ways to reduce your mental stress

Working Women: Here are 11 ways to reduce your mental stress

Average working women have tons of responsibilities on their plate. Surprisingly, mental stress in women was only discovered recently. It wasn’t until the late 90s that researchers and doctors studied and documented about mental stress and its effects on working women. However, their commendable research has helped millions overcome the daily stress and anxiety issues. Modern working professionals are interrupted by work, sudden plans and stress over 7 times an hour, and at least 3 hours per day. Here are 11 easy, working women can manage their stress and anxiety levels. Listen to Soothing Music If you’re feeling drained, take a break and put on some relaxing music to keep yourself calm. With Beethoven symphony 9 playing in the background, you’re bound to forget about all your problems and fall into a deep peaceful sleep. Playing soothing music effects not only your mind but also your body. It lowers blood pressure...
Balancing motherhood alongside the professional life

Balancing motherhood alongside the professional life

Motherhood doesn’t come easy. It comes knocking at life with a lot of responsibilities and sacrifices for the parents – especially the mother. She doesn’t just have to bear the baby within herself but also once she/he’s born. Waking up at nights, changing diapers, feeding the baby – there’s a lot to the picture than just getting the umbilical cords cut. The baby is always more connected to the mother. She/he wants her warmth almost all the time. It’s a difficult time for the whole family adjusting as per the desires of a little human and seeing the baby as adorable as he/she is through all the messes s/he creates. It is a divine feeling, yes. But let’s not forget how some mothers are pushed into PPD after giving birth to a baby. For those of you who don’t know PPD is Postpartum Depression that occurs quite often in mums after the baby is born. Sure, the months of pregnancy are passed by happily waiting for the little one to come and...
How to survive the quiet months as a self employed

How to survive the quiet months as a self employed

The earning potential of a freelancer or self employed is limitless, unlike being an employee. As a self employed person you determine how much you want to earn so long as you back it up with the work that will make that figure possible. In a 9 to 5 you’re only entitled to a fixed salary from month to month. There are pros and cons for each career path, so it all depends on what matters to you. Working from home works for me and my family at the moment, and I don’t see that ever-changing. I enjoy my work and the flexibility it brings. Plus, I make more money every month than I did at my previous traditional 9 – 5 job. Although being self employed is great, there are times when you face those dreaded quiet months where the inflow of projects or gigs is slow. This can pose a challenge in your life. However, if you’re prepared for those quiet months you’ll be unperturbed when those months knock at your door. Here are some quiet months...

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