Why having a job isn’t always better for our health

Unemployment is widely regarded as contributing to a range of mental and physical health issues.  Is any job better than no job though?  That was […]

The Benefit Of Playing Video Games At Work

For a long time organizations would ban access to social media at work, fearful that employees would spend their day goofing around on Facebook rather […]

The Last Stretch

This is the eleventh post in a series by former FLVS student Makaila, a model, author, and student advocate. Hey FLVS! Summer is almost in your reach. […]

Winning Over Exam Stress

Learning technology can help make your exams go by better     Exam season is in full swing as evidenced by the thrum of nervous […]

Learn How to Manage Stress for a Calmer, More Productive You

Stress is no stranger to the workplace, and there’s no doubt that every adult can say with confidence they’ve felt it at some point in […]

17 SATs Stress-busters

Simon Benn from Jack Cherry Ltd suggests there are essentially three ways to improve your pupils’ SATs results Improve their ability – the one everyone […]

SATs SUCCESS

Jack Cherry’s Remarkable Recipe for SATs Success A two hour course for teachers including a valuable resource, to stop worry, nerves and stress harming pupils’ performance […]

6 Ways to Handle School-Related Stress

Stressed out about upcoming exams? Thinking ahead to AP or EOC (End-of-Course) exams? Graduating this year and still finishing scholarship essays or college applications? Don’t […]

What are the Stress Cases in LX Design?

Having devoured Cal Newport’s Deep Work, I moved on to a smaller volume, Design for Real Life by Eric Meyers and Sara Wachter-Boettcher. This was […]

Reduce Workplace Stress to Improve the Bottom Line

A positive work environment can improve employee attitude and motivation. Stressed employees are less productive. Retaining the most productive people on your team can always […]

Redefining the Three Rs

Relax, Refocus, and Recharge Not long ago, I came across an online article 16 Signs You’re a Little (or a lot) Type A. The title […]

Don’t stress out

For several years, stress has been the number one cause of long-term sick leave in Britain, outdistancing other usual suspects like repetitive strain injuries or […]

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