Month: February 2021

I’m all for positivity and personal development, even (and especially more so) in really tough situations. But even I’ve had it with this pandemic. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve found myself toggling between feelings of anger, immense sadness, and just emptiness. Even though I’d consider myself to be pretty good at directing and controlling
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Just-in results from the latest i4cp survey confirm that employers continue to prefer encouraging, and not requiring, employees to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. Most of the just over 400 respondents (62%) surveyed last week say they encourage employees to be vaccinated or plan to; only 4% require or plan to require the injections. In both cases, 30%
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The coronavirus pandemic has caused communities that once met in person to move online, Black-only spaces included.  Allison Hill is the founder of the Toronto-based Black-only space Restore. The wellness program aims to give Black women practical tools to restore hope, joy and community through different wellness practices like group yoga, meditation and counselling —
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Takeaway: Some problems are best solved by continuously chipping away at them. For others, there’s a real benefit in letting your mind wander. This allows us to connect the future, past, and present and come up with new ideas and be intentional about our goals. Capture mode, problem crunching mode, and habitual mode are two
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