Boomerang can help your workload and productivity

Continuing my series of secret #edtech weapons I wanted to share today a productivity tool which really does help if you are a Gmail user, which […]

How can you make progress with your business when your kids are sick?

I’m always filled with dread when I get the too-early-in-the-day call from my child’s nursery. It normally means my child is sick and needs to […]

5 lessons for parentpreneurs from Aleksandra’s exit from ‘The Apprentice’

In a first for ‘The Apprentice’, one candidate has walked away from the show before they’d even been began working on the week’s challenge. Lord Alan Sugar […]

Building an Effective Team in the Workplace

Successful teams are cohesive because team members work cooperatively, sharing common goals as well as the resources to achieve them. They are productive, not because […]

Tips and Apps for your Work-Life Balance

I’m a working mom with a high energy toddler, a needy cat and a busy partner. Balancing your life as a business woman, a loving […]

The Ultimate Guide to Balancing Study With Your Busy Life

Ducere students often ask if we have any tips that will help them balance work, study […]

Choosing Your Afternoon Activities Wisely

In many neighborhoods, the variety of planned and supervised activities available after school is both exhilarating and dizzying. At the same time, the benefits of […]

Unplug

Every day I seem to hear about unplugging and getting away from work. There’s a pretty undeniable link between unplugging and the topic of work-life balance. There’s […]

Got Balance?

Do you ever stop and think about how much you juggle to find balance on a daily basis? First, there’s the never-ending work or school/life […]

Finding the sweet spot

This weekend, my family attended two churches for Easter services. The experience really revealed to me a truth about education. On Saturday, we visited my […]

Doing it All: Five Tips for Balancing Work and School

From the second month of my first semester as a university student, I worked part-time. I’d worked through most of my high school years too, […]

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