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7 Effective Ways to Work Super Long Hours Without the Health Risks of a Workaholic

(Source: www.inc.com)

When we think of workaholics, we conjure up images of unshaven, bloodshot-eyed entrepreneurs working 80-hour weeks, eating junk food lunches at their desk (in the middle of a conference call), and… 1,109 more words

Money Matters

University Closure Dates: Needed for Duty of Care?

You can always tell when it’s Friday in my office – you can see the metaphoric tumbleweed blowing across our open-plan offices; this is possibly not helped by the wonderfully long Easter weekend, we just had for which some people tagged on some additional leave. 330 more words


Purposefully doing nothing

Today (a Friday) is the only true day off from my obligations and that is because I’ve signed up to do too many things during my hypomanic episode earlier this month. 341 more words


Rest Works

You don’t always know where your next good book is going to come from. You may search for one, but sometimes it will just appear in your life with surprise and delight. 1,026 more words


Term warfare: ‘Workaholism’ and work addiction are not the same

Reliable statistics on the prevalence of individuals addicted to work on a country-by-country basis are almost non-existent. Only two countries (Norway and Hungary) has carried out nationally representative studies. 1,260 more words


How many of you are Workoholic Synonymous?

There are many people among us who work more than 40 hours a week. And I am not talking of like 41 or 42 hours, but way over that. 719 more words


Workaholism and Anxiety

Workaholics- society reveres them, in the cost of their health. I’ve seen it happen, in my family, in friends, and coworkers, and it’s a lose lose situation for all parties involved in the long run. 444 more words

Mental Health