How to Build a Healthy, Positive Remote Workplace

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many workplace trends that were already developing before the coronavirus changed the world. Perhaps the biggest trend was in remote and […]

Safety First: 5 Ways to Stay Safe & Connected This School Year

Headphones? Check! Laptop and notebooks? Good to go! Fresh new perspective and tips for making this school year safe AND fun? Keep reading! As a […]

Lessons from my 2021 Social Media blackout

My last post, on July 5th, was to announce I’d be off my blog, Twitter, LinkedIn and, for the most part, Facebook too from July […]

Social Media Blackout / 2021

Over the years I’ve seen friends and colleagues post about taking a break from social media and have always pondered on doing this myself. I’ve […]

Wildcard entry #JuneEdTechChallenge

So, we’ve been given a wildcard entry for Day 15 of the JuneEdTechChallenge. Halfway through, and we can choose what to tweet/write. I choose ‘the […]

Surrogacy for Old Couples

Men and women around the world are struggling hard to upgrade their economic positions for a secured and better future that makes some of them […]

How to Help Your Employees Maintain Their Mental Health Amid Challenges

Maintaining mental health in today’s age can be tough for employees. Business moves fast, and those who aren’t quick enough can end up being left […]

The daily burn or the daily energiser? The choice is yours…

How often can you relate to the feeling of being overworked or perhaps stretched to your limit and nearing your boiling point? Today more than […]

A conversation with Gamiel Yafai about mental health fatigue

To mark the recent launch of our Mental Health Fatigue course we spoke to its author, diversity consultant Gamiel Yafai who runs Diversity Marketplace about […]

Students’ Mental Health and Learning

Covid-19 has impacted students’ well-being, mental health, and learning since the pandemic began in March of 2020. Researchers say the pandemic has had a profound […]

How to Stay Sane During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a rollercoaster of emotions. The government and media have fueled both fear and optimism, as many unknowns collide in a […]

Online Learning Provides Learning Consistency

As coronavirus cases surge, online learning continues to grow in popularity for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Many Florida families have chosen to continue […]

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